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BAE Systems bags geospatial imagery contract from DHS

Vancouver: The Geospatial Management Office within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has selected BAE Systems to provide geospatial imagery and analysis for real-time intelligence products. This award identifies BAE Systems as one of four prime contractors on DHS’s Remote Sensing Services to Support Incident Management and Homeland Security Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract. The ceiling value of all task orders to be released under the five-year IDIQ is $50 million.

BAE Systems’ intelligence experts will acquire, process and disseminate geospatial data and airborne imagery to produce high-resolution maps that reflect current environmental conditions. The data will be used to produce real-time intelligence products to support a variety of DHS missions, to include emergency management of natural and manmade disasters, and possibly security planning for special events. The geospatial intelligence products may also be used to assist public safety and law enforcement with tactical planning and incident response.

Source: Business Wire