Intelligence contract extended

Boeing has received $24 million in new orders from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, extending the company’s work to speed delivery and analysis of intelligence imagery to the agency’s end-users.


Boeing has received approximately $24 million in new orders from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, extending the company’s work to speed delivery and analysis of critical, time-sensitive intelligence imagery to the agency’s end-users.



The work, to be conducted under the 10-year Global Geospatial Intelligence contract, will be utilised by military and homeland security leaders, as well as the commercial aviation and shipping industries.



The orders include assembling geospatial feature data of high security-risk areas worldwide, producing detailed maps of cities in Iraq and Southeast Asia, producing digital nautical charts to improve maritime safety and plotting vertical obstructions for more than 50 air fields around the world.


Boeing will also continue enhancing radar data of the earth from a previous space shuttle mission and will provide image analysis personnel and project management support to the NGA throughout the Washington, DC, area.