Report: NGA Could Put $830M in FY 2019 Contracts Up for Competition

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s updated forecast for contracting opportunities shows that nine potential solicitations totaling between $460M and over $830M could be awarded in fiscal year 2019, Bloomberg Government reported Thursday.

The nine potential contracts for FY 2019 are:

  • Digital Engineering
  • Foundational Engineering
  • GEOINT Tradecraft Learning Program
  • ITEMS Transport II
  • Maritime Publication Modernization
  • NGA Segment Engineering
  • Projected Internet eXchange follow-on
  • Star Sapphire
  • Zeus as follow-on to IGAPP vehicle

The report said NGA expects to release by the second quarter of FY 2019 a request for proposals for the potential $100M ITEMS TS II contract to procure services needed to facilitate data transmission between user-facing endpoints, data center demarcation points and local area networks.

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