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BAE Systems Wins $182M NGA Contract for GEOINT Modeling Services

Improved analysis workflow

BAE Systems Wins $182M NGA Contract for GEOINT Modeling Services

BAE Systems has secured an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency valued at up to $182 million to provide geospatial intelligence enterprise modeling services, also known as GEM Cutter.

GEM Cutter offers advanced modeling capabilities to streamline analysis workflows, reducing analysts’ cognitive workload and enhancing decision-making speed, BAE Systems said.

According to the company, the modeling solution is crucial amid the increasing volume and complexity of data the intelligence community faces.

“Our investments in GEM Cutter and deep enterprise experience enable us to deliver on our customer’s needs,” said Meg Redlin, product line director for mission systems at BAE Systems.

The GEM Cutter system will integrate with existing enterprise workflows, offering improvements in analysis quality and streamlining processes to increase GEOINT production impact. It also introduces new capabilities through the Analyst Workbench, a platform designed to integrate data analytics and machine learning tools, BAE Systems said.

Work on the GEM Cutter system will be performed in Denver, Colorado; San Diego, California; St Louis, Missouri; and Washington, D.C.

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