Buchanan & Edwards awarded geospatial support contract with U.S. Library of Congress

Buchanan & Edwards Inc. of Arlington, VA announced on March 8 that it has been awarded a new contract with the Library of Congress for Geospatial Hosting Environment (GHE) Support Services. The contract focuses on existing and future needs for geospatial data and technology.

Last year, Buchanan & Edwards won a contract to modernize and streamline the library’s technology applications by helping the agency migrate its IT Service Management platform to ServiceNow. “This win is an honor and reflects our team’s success in providing ongoing support to the library’s infrastructure and technology modernization needs,” said Dennis Kelly, president and CEO of Buchanan & Edwards. “We are looking forward to continuing to expand the scope of services we are providing to the Library of Congress. Our goal is to remain a leading ServiceNow Management and Training provider and to grow our reputation within the geospatial hosting space.”

The GHE Support Services effort is a library-wide initiative to deliver a geospatial environment that enables members of Congress, congressional staff, library staff and library patrons to perform cost-conscious and effective digital mapping research and analysis with state-of-the-industry geospatial tools and services, using authoritative data.

Source: Buchanan & Edwards