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Jacobs Receives $302M Contract to Update NGA’s GEOINT Data Platform; Caesar Nieves Quoted

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has selected Jacobs (NYSE:J) to support the NGA’s geospatial data services under a seven-year, $302 million contract.

The company said Tuesday it will provide mission-driven and data-centric tools to support the agency’s Geospatial-intelligence Enterprise OpenDataStore.

“Jacobs will provide wide-ranging cyber, digital services and modern software engineering that support geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) for accessing and delivering digital intelligence and collection automation,” said Caesar Nieves, senior vice president of cyber and intelligence at Jacobs’ critical mission solutions unit.

He added that the company will work to modernize the agency’s on-premise data center architecture to a suite of data services in a hybrid cloud environment.

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