BAE to Help NGA Process Intell Data; DeEtte Gray Comments

DeEtte Gray

BAE Systems will provide the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency software analysis tools to help automate storage and processing of intelligence data across multiple sources, the company said Thursday.

The company won a multi-year $60 million contract under NGA’s five-year Total Application Services for Enterprise Requirements program.

BAE’s Activity-Based Intelligence systems integrate with commercial off-the-shelf computing infrastructure to help intelligence analysts identify adversarial activity patterns and understand relationships between individuals, activities and transactions.

DeEtte Gray, president of the intelligence and security sector, said ABI helps perform intelligence analysis in defending against terrorism, insurgency, drug trafficking, and weapons proliferation.

The company will also provide NGA engineering, system integration and application sustainment support.

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