The Department of Homeland Security plans to award up to $50 million in contracts for aerial remote sensing services to support incident management.
In a request for proposal, DHS said it plans to award up to four indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts over a five-year period.
The sensing services would support DHS missions with geospatial surveying and mapping.
Contractors will perform aircraft and sensor configuration, deployment exercises, airborne imagery acquisition and processing.
DHS said that contractors must demonstrate expertise in LiDAR data acquisition and processing, data dissemination, photogrammetry and aerial mission planning.
Work will be performed within the U.S. and its territories.
DHS is accepting responses until March 9.