NGA Seeks Info on Software Integration, Sustainment Services

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency requests for information on services to integrate, deploy, manage, operate and maintain baseline software.

NGA said Wednesday in a FedBizOpps notice it requires these services to support Foundation GEOINT, the composition of products, services and data that allow individuals to characterize the planet Earth.

The agency needs to sustain FG assets, testing, release management, governance and operations in support of work across security areas associated with geospatial intelligence.

Services will support the intelligence community, the Department of Defense and foreign allies.

Work under the services’ corresponding contract will commence on June 1, 2021 and continue for one base year. The contract will also feature four option years.

Interested parties may submit responses through Dec. 6.

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