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Leidos to produce digital maps for intelligence community

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) awarded Leidos Inc., a contract potentially worth $20 million to provide digital mapping production services to the national security and geospatial intelligence communities.

Leidos, which describes itself as a national security, health and engineering solutions company, provides production services for imagery, map-based intelligence and geospatial information for national security projects. It also supports the National System for Geospatial Intelligence, the collection of of technology, policies and programs necessary to geospatial intelligence in an integrated environment, the company said.

Under the single-award, indefinite delivery requirements contract, Leidos will work on production flow efficiencies and improved customer services for producing mapping deliverables to the intel community. It will also provide online and on-demand capabilities to the mapping production process, according to the company.

Leidos said its team will produce digital and plate-ready, standard and non-standard NGA geospatial intelligence mapping for navigation planning charts as well as digitized and compressed raster graphics.

“We look forward to providing global products … as well as services designed to further automate and streamline NGA's effort to deliver global products to its customers,” said Leidos Group President Larry Hill.

 

Posted by GCN Staff on Aug 29, 2014 at 7:49 AM


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