Harris Corp. Lands NGA Geospatial Data Service Contracts

HARRISHarris Corp. will deliver geospatial data services to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency under a series of potential five-year contracts that could total $770 million with all options exercised.

The indefinite-delivery/requirements contracts will include development of mapping technology and services designed to accurately and quickly meet the mission needs of the military and intelligence community around the world, Harris said Friday.

The company said it plans to deploy its One Feature One Time, a database management system that works to eliminate duplication and ensure data is current, to execute the contracts, which come under the Foundation GEOINT Content Management program.

The FGCM platform seeks to provide a thorough and geospatially precise world map for use in theaters of crisis operations.

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