General Dynamics Information Technology has won an $88.2 million software development contract from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency to support the Geospatial Intelligence Search and Retrieval program.
This indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract has a 5-year ordering period. Under the contract, GDIT will provide full software development life cycle services, including agile program management, system deployment support, security engineering and compliance, software development, IT architecture and system engineering.
The GSR program is hosted on a multidomain cloud environment. It allows NGA and its mission partners to rapidly search, discover and disseminate large volumes of complex data acquired through various geospatial intelligence sources efficiently. The data is then used to support military operations, intelligence analysis and disaster responses.
“We are proud of our long-standing support of NGA and look forward to leveraging our enterprise investments in artificial intelligence and data analytics solutions to support the agency’s geospatial missions,” said Kelly Ferrell, GDIT’s senior vice president of intelligence and homeland security.
Some of the work for the GSR program will be performed out of GDIT’s geospatial innovation center at the Cortex in St. Louis, Missouri.