Los Angeles County selects CGI for $68.7 million IT systems modernization project

The Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) has selected CGI for the modernization of financial and human resources IT systems. Under a US$68.7 million, 5-year contract, CGI will deploy its CGI Advantage ERP solution, an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution designed for government and educational entities.

LACOE is the nation’s largest regional education agency and provides programs and support for more than 135 educational agencies and 1.5 million K-12 students in the Los Angeles County area. LACOE operates the payroll for approximately 150,000 employees with more than 300,000 job assignments and supports over 80,000 monthly payments for approximately 1.1 million active vendors.

[Image courtesy: LACOE]

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