Small biz procurement worth nearly $10 million envisioned by Army Geospatial Enterprise

Army Geospatial Center The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to award multiple cost-plus and firm fixed price contracts to small business set-aside vendors who can help design, develop, document and implement what is called the “Army Geospatial Enterprise,” or AGE.

This procurement, which has an estimated value of $9.9 million, will consist of one base year of performance plus two one-year options, according to a solicitation issued by the Corps of Engineers on April 29.

“The AGE is an integrated system of technologies, standards, data, and processes that delivers a Standard, Shareable Geospatial Foundation (SSGF) which facilitates a Common Operational Picture (COP) to the Warfighter at all echelons,” explains the notice.

Among the U.S. Army Geospatial Center’s objectives are:

  • Enhanced situational awareness for soldiers;
  • Extension of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s data holdings with Army-produced operationally and tactically relevant geospatial information;
  • Dissemination, exchange and synchronization of geospatial feature data between echelons.

Further information is available from Tabassam Salim at 703-428-7863.