NGA taps small biz for support tasks under MOJAVE contract
- By Nick Wakeman
- Mar 21, 2019
Quadrint Inc., a Falls Church, Virginia., small business provider of analytics, cloud and data solutions, has won a trio of task orders for support services to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
The three task orders were awarded under the MOJAVE task order contract, which the company won last year and should be worth $600 million over five years.
The company will focus on helping NGA improve performance and reduce risks in agency operations.
Under one task order, Quadrint will support the NGA Office of Strategic Operations as it develops a unified strategic approach to operations.
A second task order is for support for the Corporate Assessment and Program Evaluation office, which is trying to develop a better understanding of NGA operations and processes.
A third task order calls for Quadrint to support NGA’s Mission Oversight and Compliance program as it develops standard business processes to ensure that NGA complies with rules around oversight, civil liberties and privacy.
“Quadrint has a long history of supporting NGA and its efforts to improve the management of its corporate operations,” said Glenn Merberg, managing principal at Quadrint. “In particular, we understand how to leverage corporate analytics to drive improvements in operations, workforce management, and strategic planning.”
Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.