Maxar Books $202M in Defense, Intelligence Contracts in Q1 2022
Maxar Technologies, a space technology company, announced that it secured government contracts worth $202 million over a six-year period in the first quarter of 2021.
The awards involve work related to artificial intelligence, data analytics, software development, data conditioning, geospatial intelligence, maritime domain awareness, and training and development, Maxar said Monday.
Maxar said that the total value covers 27 contracts across nine federal agencies, including eight from the Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community.
CEO Dan Jablonsky, a member of the Potomac Officers Club and a 2022 Wash100 winner, said the company is pleased to provide mission-critical geospatial intelligence technologies and related products. “We’re proud to kick off 2022 with a flurry of new and renewed partnerships with our U.S. government partners,” he said.
Jablonsky added that the company is eager to continue supporting national security missions with precise and trusted offerings.
The company said it is exhibiting its situational awareness and mission planning offerings at the U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation’s 2022 GEOINT Symposium in Aurora, Colorado.
According to a Maxar event page, the company’s booth is featuring the capabilities of its Tactical Access Program, Global Enhanced GEOINT Delivery program and its Prescision3D data suite.
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