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Leidos Secures Potential $206M NGA Contract for Mission Software Modernization

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Leidos Secures Potential $206M NGA Contract for Mission Software Modernization

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has awarded Leidos a contract worth up to $206 million to modernize its geospatial processing software.

Part of the NGA’s Exploitation Services Program, the five-year, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract aims to improve the efficiency and interoperability of the agency’s systems, Leidos said.

Under the Maru contract, Leidos will leverage its expertise in mission-critical software and tech-enabled services to provide software development, maintenance and integration of new technologies.

The company will also conduct testing and deploy advanced analytical capabilities for geospatial data processing, supporting the NGA’s daily operations in imagery and geospatial analysis.

Roy Stevens, president of Leidos’ national security sector, a 4×24 member and past Wash100 awardee, acknowledged the challenges faced by geospatial analysts due to the surge in data volume and complexity and said Leidos is committed to using its combined expertise in intelligence and software development to develop improved solutions for the NGA.

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