Capgemini Government Solutions’ move to reposition itself in the federal contracting market aimed to capture a greater percentage of a sector that wants to increasingly adopt commercial technology, the Washington Post reported Friday.
Marjorie Censer writes the 160-employee business has changed leaders, opened a new office in Washington and won a prime position on the Department of Homeland Security’s potential seven-year, $22 billion EAGLE II vehicle.
“We’ve got to stop acting like Capgemini (is just a) small business. We’ve got to act like Capgemini, but have the agility of a small business,” Douglas Charles, president and CEO of Capgemini Government Solutions, told the Post.
Charles was appointed to the position in January.
Capgemini employs about 125,000 people worldwide.
The Washington office space at L’Enfant Plaza serves as a venue for meeting with government clients, and also hosts visiting employees who work with federal agencies in the city, Censer reports.