NJVC Wins Option On $379M NGA IT Services Contract

NJVC logo_GovConWireNJVC has won an option on a re-issued National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency information technology services contract potentially worth $379, 945, 641.

NGA re-issued the contract for administrative reasons and awarded the company an $11, 632, 110 option to continue providing enterprise operations and sustainment support worldwide, the Defense Department said.

The Chantilly, Va.-based company will perform work at 90 manned and 80 unmanned sites this calendar year under the cost-plus-award-fee and firm-fixed-price award.

Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) won $295 million in awards from NGA in October 2012 to develop new types of services and information.

Those awards fall under a larger $873 million enterprise support and technical services contract to help provide NGA users geospatial intelligence data.

Check Also

US Navy

Navy Seeks to Advance Maritime Sustainment Tech Prototype Projects Through Consortium

The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division has asked industry for proposals to organize and run a consortium that will carry out individual and collaborative prototype projects related to maritime sustainment technology concepts through its members.

Marine Corps Taps BAE for Wargame Hub Design Project; Peder Jungck Quoted

BAE Systems has received a $19M contract from the U.S. Marine Corps to design a wargaming center prototype that will incorporate artificial intelligence, machine learning, data analytics, modeling and simulation processes.