Booz Allen wins $315M geospatial intell contract

Work will contribute to solving problems in DoD, intelligence community

Booz Allen Hamilton has won a $315 million single-award contract to provide technical research and development subject matter expertise to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.

Under the contract, Booz Allen will apply this expertise to all facets of the InnoVision Future Solutions Program through November 2017, the company said in a release.

The program supports scientific research and contributes to advancements that are needed to solve complex problems within the Defense Department and the Intelligence community, Booz Allen said.

“We can help NGA achieve its objectives to advance geospatial science, and to deliver innovative tools and processes to address difficult geospatial intelligence challenges,” said Lee Wilbur, Booz Allen Senior Vice President.

“This win is a true testament to our long-standing partnership with the NGA that dates back more than three decades,” he said.

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