NGA chooses 7 for $250M elevation model support contract
- By Ross Wilkers
- Jun 29, 2018
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has chosen seven companies for a potential 10-year, $250 million contract to help maintain NGA's library of digital elevation models.
This contract covers products generated, modified or assessed by NGA that give users a digital representation of the terrain surface of the earth.
- BAE Systems' U.S. arm
- Bias Corp.
- CMCS LLC
- Harris Corp.
Called "Janus Geomatics Elevation," this contract is a companion to the separate potential $920 million "Janus Geography" vehicle for services to help NGA manage and use geospatial data. Both were announced in a pair of May 18 FedBizOpps award notices and are new requirements.
Hexagon and Leidos are winners for both contracts.
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