Defense Logistics Agency wants an enterprise GIS solution

Defense Logistics Agency wants an enterprise GIS solution

The Defense Logistics Agency is researching an enterprise geospatial information system, or eGIS that would integrate data from multiple sources and non-geospatial information, display the information and provide situational awareness/ and reporting. 

DLA envisions the eGIS providing up to date information to up to 500 users while assisting in several decision making processes, including:

  • Managing infrastructure and property
  • Planning for contingency operations
  • Tracking logistics routing
  • Supporting disaster response
  • Strengthening emergency services capabilities

Responses to the request for information are due by Aug. 26.  Responders must be prepared to provide a live demonstration.

About the Author

Mark Pomerleau is a former editorial fellow with GCN and Defense Systems.

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