HII wins $84M National Geospatial Agency cloud migration contract

HII has announced that its Mission Technologies division has secured an $84 million contract to support the National Geospatial Agency’s (NGA) IT enterprise cloud migration.

The Department of Defense Information Analysis Center’s (DoDIAC) recompeted the contract under its multiple-award contract (MAC) vehicle, administered by the U.S. Air Force’s 774th Enterprise Sourcing Squadron. The contract is set to span over five years.

The contract work will be largely executed in Springfield, Virginia, by an HII-led team. This team comprises four subcontractors: AgileBeat, Ampsight, Compass, and GIT-G. These companies will perform research, development, test and evaluation analytical services as part of the NGA Cloud Program Management Office.

The team’s collective effort is expected to facilitate the migration of NGA missions to a multi-cloud environment.

[Image courtesy: HII]

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