US Army contracted BAE Systems to provide GEOINT 42106161

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US Army contracted BAE Systems to provide GEOINT
BAE Systems has been contracted by the US Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) to provide enhanced geospatial intelligence technical and analytical support. The indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract will run for a period of five years, with a cost of USD75 million.
     
US Army contracted BAE Systems to provide GEOINT
US Army geospatial engineers study intelligence data and prepare maps during the Ebola relief operation in Liberia (Photo: US Army)
     

BAE Systems was contracted to assist in the exploitation and processing of geospatial data and develop various intelligence products for INSCOM’s Military Intelligence Brigade – Threatre Integrated GEOINT Division. For this reason, work will be carried out mainly in the US and secondarily at overseas locations.

In addition, BAE Systems will also assist the US Army with its next-generation geospatial intelligence developmental and experimental intelligence collection systems and technologies.

Gray DeEtte, BAE Systems’ President of the Intelligence and Security unit, said "We are proud to support the development of solutions that enhance the situational awareness and safety of our men and women in uniform".
 

 

 

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