CGI Inc. announced it has been awarded a contract by the government of Puerto Rico for ongoing disaster recovery IT services as part of the Commonwealth's continued rebuilding effort following hurricanes Irma and Maria. CGI solutions for Puerto Rico include an integrated recovery operations and management system featuring capabilities for financial management, program administration, grant management, systems integration, reporting and audit support, policy change management, and transparency assurance. CGI also delivered and maintains the COR3 transparency portal providing public visibility into recovery disbursements, including data presented in simple charts and interactive maps describing obligated and disbursed funds ? by funding source, infrastructure sector and recovery category ? across Puerto Rico's 78 municipalities. Systems deployed in Puerto Rico build on CGI's successful track record as a prime vendor supporting states and communities after hurricanes Katrina and Sandy. By continuing to leverage publicly owned software in the DRS, Puerto Rico is simultaneously benefiting from the previous investments made in this software from other governments, and also paying it forward by enabling other state governments to utilize components of the Puerto Rico implementation of DRS, increasing the overall return on investment across governments and across disasters. Puerto Rico's recovery has required one of the nation's largest disaster-recovery technology initiatives, which was designed to administer more than $69 billion in federal funding for recovery projects.