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Radiant Solutions, Partners to Support NGA GEOINT Modernization Efforts; Tony Frazier Comments

Tony Frazier

TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 3, 2018 — Radiant Solutions, a subsidiary of Maxar Technologies (NYSE: MAXR), will work with partners to provide content data management support for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s Janus Geography program through its position on a potential 10-year, $920 million contract, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday.

Maxar said Thursday Radiant will lead a team of more than 25 companies and universities to manage topographic and human geography data in support of the initiative, which aims to provide NGA near-real-time access to commercial geospatial data needed to enhance decision-making.

The team also seeks to help NGA and its customers access content that can support mapping and analytics, said Tony Frazier, president of Radiant Solutions and a 2018 Wash 100 recipient.

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