Ball Aerospace Acquires NGA Prime Mission Analysis Contract Work; Rob Strain Comments

Rob Strain
Rob Strain

Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corp. has acquired responsibility for National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency prime contract for mission analysis and engineering in a transaction with the agency and OGSystems LLC.

The company will provide testing, validation and systems engineering to NGA under the Total Application Services Enterprise Requirements contract, Ball Aerospace said Friday.

Dan Gibson, vice president and general manager of systems engineering solutions, will lead the team responsible for implementing the contract.

“Ball Aerospace is focused on strategic growth opportunities that expand the geographic and customer footprint of our intelligence and information services business, ” said Rob Strain, chief operating officer.

Other work under the TASER program includes software engineering, integration and information technology services with the goal of adopting new geospatial intelligence technology.

Ball Aerospace also supports NGA mission under the U.S. Air Force‘s Advanced Technical Exploitation Program prime contract and performs subcontracted work under NGA’s Innovision, NextView and EnhancedView contracts.

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