NGA Taps CACI to Support Geospatial Intelligence Missions Under $376M Contract
CACI International has received a five-year contract with a ceiling value of $376 million from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency to support the conduct of critical geospatial intelligence missions.
CACI will provide mission technology to the NGA under the indefinite-delivery / indefinite-quantity contract, which will run through the course of five years if all options are exercised.
The agreement covers solutions and services that will enhance and sustain a framework designed to organize and share GEOINT data. The contract also covers support that will enhance the agency’s GEOINT capabilities using tools supported by artificial intelligence and machine learning, CACI said.
The Arlington, Virginia-headquartered government contractor will develop and deploy a platform for processing and integration. The platform will be designed to allow the NGA and its partners to assess, train and field algorithms into the production framework, CACI explained.
Additionally, the company will help the NGA enable production capabilities to identify, access and consume the data generated by the platform, including space-based images, and develop data management capabilities.
Since 2009, the NGA has been designated as the “shared enterprise service for geospatial visualization for the intelligence community.” The designation is part of the NGA GEOINT Visualization Services program, which provides an on-demand environment of capabilities that empowers users to meet GEOINT mission requirements by discovering, visualizing and sharing NGA content and data.
The company is proud to bring its AI and mission technology experience to the NGA to provide actionable intelligence for the federal agency’s missions involving national security, CACI President and Chief Executive Officer John Mengucci said in a statement.
Category: Defense and Intelligence
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