Altamira Picks Up Task Order for Geospatial Database Under NGA’s Janus Contract

Jonathan Moneymaker, Altamira

Jonathan Moneymaker, Altamira

Altamira Technologies Corp. has been awarded a task order under the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity Janus contract.

The task order calls for Altamira to support NGA in building a single homeland infrastructure foundation-level data geospatial database to support to enhance domestic operational, situational and strategic awareness of the nation’s infrastructure.

For the HIFLD effort, Altamira has successfully completed an initial delivery — encompassing geospatial data on the U.S.  Northern Command area of interest — that will support homeland security crisis and consequence management, preparedness planning, analysis and protection, the company said.

“On this Task Order, Altamira and our strategic partners bring industry leading GEOINT and data science innovations to consistently deliver high-quality geospatial data in support of the homeland infrastructure initiative,” said Jonathan Moneymaker, president of Altamira Technologies. “The HIFLD contract award and our successful Phase One Data Submission emphasize Altamira’s commitment to supporting our customers in their mission to advance GEOINT throughout the homeland security space.”

Related: Altamira Technologies Wins $6M Contract for Navy Geospatial Services

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