BAE Systems awarded $43 million NGA contract
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) has awarded McLean, VA-based BAE Systems a five-year contract with an estimated total value of $43 million to provide mission essential training and instructional support to NGA analysts and intelligence officers stationed across the United States and around the world, the company announced January 29.
Under the Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) Learning Program contract, BAE Systems experts will provide NGA analysts with a robust training curriculum that includes more than 70 different courses from entry- through expert-level. The courses promote a core curriculum designed to sharpen analysts’ expertise in tradecraft areas such as imagery analysis, Activity Based Intelligence, and human geography. These courses also provide context and background on different tools and sensors to help analysts expedite data collection, enrich their talents in processing intelligence, and enhance their skills in imagery collection management.
“BAE Systems is involved in all facets of geospatial intelligence, from data collection and processing, to the development of actionable intelligence reports that support global mission priorities,” said DeEtte Gray, president of BAE Systems’ Intelligence & Security sector. “Our seasoned experts have an outstanding reputation in the GEOINT community and they’re backed by our company’s trusted GEOINT analysis tradecraft and solutions that are integral to supporting NGA’s daily operations.”
Source: BAE Systems