BAE Systems has won a $335 million contract to help the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency manage a system for collecting, maintaining and utilizing GEOINT data sources and products.
The company said Thursday it will support the agency’s Map of the World, a digital platform designed to give U.S. military personnel access to intelligence pictures.
“Our GEOINT experts will be exploring new sources of data, including commodity data, open source intelligence, and NGA archive data to deliver new products in line with the agency’s changing mission focus, ” DeEtte Gray, BAE president for its intelligence and security sector.
BAE will perform work in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.