NGA taps Lockheed for training

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency will pay Lockheed Martin $176 million to provide technical training to its employees and other Defense and intelligence workers.

Under the Learning Management Services (LMS) contract, which covers one base year and four one-year options, Lockheed's Integrated Systems and Solutions division will support NGA's Human Development Directorate. The work includes technical skills training, systems training, and leadership and intelligence professional education.

The contract is part of NGA's Human Development Technology and Services initiative. NGA will award a second HDT&S services contract for human capital management services in the next few months, according to an agency statement.

The work under LMS will be performed in the greater Washington and St. Louis metropolitan areas.


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