The program selects prime contractors to help small businesses develop technical and business capabilities that will help them compete for prime contract and subcontract awards.
Harris will mentor SDI in remotely sensed data processing and quality assurance tools and processes that help to deliver cost-effective data collection.
“We are honored that the NGA selected Harris to serve as a mentor to SDI,” said Sheldon Fox, Harris’ group president of government communications systems. “The program allows us to continue to demonstrate our strong commitment to small businesses in general, and to help foster the growth of small businesses in the competitive geospatial industry. Successful mentor-protégé agreements provide winning results for everyone involved.”