BAE Systems receives GEOINT contract
BAE Systems has received a $75 million, five-year contract from the US Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) to provide enhanced geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) technical and analytical support, the company announced on 21 June.
The award was issued under the indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity INSCOM Global Intelligence contract and will involve BAE Systems assisting in the exploitation and processing of geospatial data and developing various intelligence products for INSCOM’s Military Intelligence Brigade – Theatre Integrated GEOINT Divisions.
The company team will also help the army with its next-generation GEOINT experimental and developmental intelligence collection technologies and systems. Most of the contract-related work will be carried out in the US, with some work being performed overseas.
DeEtte Gray, president of BAE Systems’ Intelligence & Security, said: ‘We are proud to support the development of solutions that enhance the situational awareness and safety of our men and women in uniform.’
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