Capgemini wins large IT contract with US government

27 January 2013 1 min. read
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Capgemini has signed a large 7-year framework contract with the U.S. federal government. Together with five other major IT consulting firms Capgemini is selected to contribute to the EAGLE II program (Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions II). As part of the contract Capgemini will provide IT consulting services, including the testing and development of applications, to the Department of Homeland Security.

By signing the framework contract, Capgemini can participate in tenders for various services, including:

Testing, validation, verification and evaluation for providing quality assurance with regard to the various applications of the Department of Homeland Security;

Offering best practices, technologies, tools and support for quality and operational assessments, including security systems (certification and accreditation);

Other services in the area of ​​monitoring and evaluation of projects, including conducting audits, project and performance management, system analysis and design.

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"We are delighted that the Department of Homeland Security has selected Capgemini in support of their IT programs”, says Charles Douglas, Chief Executive Officer of Capgemini Government Solutions in the U.S. "The expertise of Capgemini's Eagle II team, combined with their experience in the market, provides a solid base for success. We look forward to further expand our long-term cooperation and to support them in realizing their programs".