Jeremiah Johnson joins Continental Mapping as Janus program manager

Continental Mapping of Sun Prairie, WI announced on February 20 the hiring of Jeremiah Johnson as deputy general manager and Janus program manager.  Johnson brings more than 13 years of experience from Leidos, Hexagon U.S. Federal, and Perspecta where he directly supported the NGA Foundation mission for products and services.

Johnson is an alumnus of Gettysburg College, where he earned his undergraduate degree in environmental studies, with a concentration in spatial analysis.  Johnson also earned a graduate certificate from George Mason University’s USGIF-accredited geospatial intelligence program.

Johnson’s hiring reinforces Continental Mapping’s dedication to providing innovative and reliable products and services to its GEOINT partners. As deputy general manager, Johnson will support the defense and intelligence sector’s expanding opportunities, and he will also act as program manager on Continental Mapping’s 10 year, $570 million Janus contract with NGA.

Source: Continental Mapping