CGI Federal has won a potential five-year, $40 million contract from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for system modernization support.
Under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, CGI Federal is expected to deliver continuous assistance to NRC financial management systems, which already use the company’s Momentum federal enterprise resource planning tool, CGI Federal announced from Fairfax, Virginia on Tuesday.
Stefan Becker, senior vice president and regulatory agencies business unit lead at CGI Federal, highlighted the organization’s decade-long history of supporting the agency’s financial management operations.
“NRC entrusted CGI Federal to move its financial management system to the public cloud years ago, making the agency one of the earliest adopters of cloud for its ERP systems. Today, commission professionals can access information from NRC’s entire financial operation via this single, cloud-based, agency-wide system,” he said.
As ordered by the contract, CGI Federal will extend its work to provide an integrated managed services ERP offering for the NRC’s Office of the Chief Financial Officer. The system is intended to align with the NRC’s specific mission and processes to support the agency’s efforts to ensure transparency, accountability and efficiency across its operations as it moves to meet changing government financial requirements.
“CGI Federal’s continued support allows the efficient and timely operation of agency-wide financial management processes and empowers NRC to execute against its critical public environmental and safety goals,” said Vishal Ranjan, the contractor’s vice president of consulting services.
In 2012, CGI Federal transferred the agency’s Financial Accounting Integrated Management Information Systems to Momentum under a $21.28 contract, representing the company’s support for the NRC’s early efforts to move its financial systems to the cloud.
CGI’s Momentum platform has been adopted by multiple other federal organizations, including the Department of Justice. In February 2022, the enterprise secured a $250 million blanket purchase agreement and an initial $133.9 million task order to operate, manage and maintain the department’s Unified Financial Management System, which was implemented using Momentum, and its Unified Asset Management System.