BAE Systems‘ U.S. subsidiary will continue providing enterprise support and technical services to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency for management and resources, the company announced Wednesday.
The Arlington, Va.-based subsidiary received a follow-on award to an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract won in 2006.
BAE has worked with the agency for the past five years, said Kate Hall, vice president and general manager of the subsidiary’s global analysis division.
Cleared personnel will help the agency with web development, corporate communications and financial and resource analysis.
Recently, the subsidiary received a U.S. Army delivery order to provide the branch new laser target locator modules for geolocation targeting.
The modules are designed for mobile warfighters including snipers, observers, small unit leaders and scouts.