Intergraph Corporation recently announced it has signed an agreement with Tyonek Native Corporation to deliver homeland security, geospatial and infrastructure solutions to U.S. governmental agencies. Together, Intergraph and Tyonek will deliver a comprehensive solution to federal agencies, with an emphasis on services, software, hardware and support. The Tyonek-Intergraph team recently signed its first deal: the FIGHTER contract administered by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Research and Development Center (ERDC), Information Technology Laboratory, CADD/GIS Technology Center. The center was chartered by the Department of Defense as the focal point for this technology, including providing acquisition vehicles for the center and its partnering agencies. FIGHTER is a replacement for the Installation Management/Facilities CAD-2 (IM/FCAD-2) contract, one of the largest CADD/GIS Technology Center contracts, to support previous users. FIGHTER stands for facilities, infrastructure, geospatial, homeland security, technical support services and environmental requirements. Tyonek is the prime contractor, and Intergraph is the subcontractor.