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Unlocking NGA’s $290M GEOINT Contract Opportunity

Complex intelligence missions, time-sensitive defense strategies and space operations are increasingly relying on geospatial intelligence, or GEOINT, and space imagery during an increasingly competitive moment in the space domain. A myriad of opportunities are now being unlocked as government agencies turn to commercial space companies to help them keep a watchful eye on space.

One such opportunity comes from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, which is soliciting proposals for a $290 million contract to acquire unclassified commercial GEOINT-derived computer vision and analytic service capabilities. 

Devin Brande, director of NGA Commercial Operations said, “Because of the incredible success with the EIM contract, we’ve substantially increased our financial commitment to commercial capabilities with Luno A. As the quantity and quality of commercial data continues to increase, we must continue to partner effectively with industry to keep pace with state-of-the-art analytic capabilities and meet the increasing demands of our customers.”

Curious about Luno A and other space contract opportunities? Hear Devin Brande speak on a panel discussion at the Potomac Officers Club’s 2024 Space Summit on March 5. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet space leaders, ask them questions and learn more about opportunities to partner with their agencies. Register here

NGA’s potential five-year Luno A contract replaces the $60 million Economic Indicator Monitoring contract, awarded in 2021. The first iteration of EIM was $29 million but grew to $60 million due to strong demand for GEOINT analytics and services.

Luno A is expected to select multiple vendors in the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2024 to compete for task orders focused on monitoring global economic and environmental activity and military capabilities.

Proposals must be submitted by March 26, 2024.

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