Marine Corps seeks IT solutions to support geo-intelligence programs
- By Matthew Weigelt
- Jun 23, 2015
The Naval Surface Warfare Center is asking industry for input on types of deployable IT solutions that can process and send out intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) that would work with the Marine Corps’ military applications.
The Marine Corps System Command (MCSC) needs to develop a common IT solution for its geo-intelligence programs that include TEG (Tactical Exploitation Group), TPC (Topographic Production Capability), TMP (Target Material Production) and METOC (Meteorological and Oceanographic) programs.
The MCSC is looking for a standardized, field deployable IT solution that can receive, process, exploit, and disseminate data from multiple ISR sensors.
The Naval Surface Warfare Center released a request for information June 23. Responses are due by July 10.
Matthew Weigelt is a freelance journalist who writes about acquisition and procurement.