“The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is nearly complete in getting one of its largest IT-related acquisitions out the door through a series of contract awards under its “Janus” initiative.”
“According to Deltek data, NGA has six total contract opportunities for Janus that have a combined ceiling value of $1.92 billion. Four have been awarded to date and those have a combined ceiling value of $1.84 billion, all over up to 10 years.”
“Ten companies won the potential $920 million Janus Georgraphy track awarded May 18 to help NGA manage and use geospatial data. Seven took spots on the potential $250 million Janus Geomatics Elevation piece also awarded on May 18 help maintain digital elevation models.”
“NGA also awarded Janus’ “Geomatics Precise Imagery” and small business-only “Aeronautical Feature Data” portions, respectively on April 20 and also May 18.”
“The potential $350 million imagery contract covers content management services to support the collection of new data and targeted maintenance of existing data holdings. NGA awarded that contract to BAE Systems Inc., Harris Corp. and Ratheon Spares.” Read the full article here.
Source: NGA nearly complete with $2B Janus program – By Ross Wilkers, June 10, 2018. Washington Technology