The single-award contract to support the innovision directorate will run through November 2017 and include scientific and technical fact-finding in all aspects of the program, Booz Allen said Thursday.
“We can help NGA achieve its objectives to advance geospatial science, and to deliver innovative tools and processes to address difficult geospatial intelligence challenges,” said Lee Wilbur, Booz Allen senior vice president.
“This win is a true testament to our long-standing partnership with the NGA that dates back more than three decades,” he added, referring to the company’s 30 years of support across the agency’s many military and intelligence operations.
As project lead, Booz Allen will be working with ten small partner businesses in the areas of big data processing, 3-D visualization, remote sensing, analytics, surveillance and geospatial intelligence applications development.
IFSP serves as a think tank for concepts and capabilities that could help solve problems encountered by the intelligence and defense communities.
The contract follows the McLean, Va.-based management and technology consulting services provider’s eight task order-win in October 2012 to provide management and technical services to the NGA.