Raytheon Wins $600 million US Contract from National Geospatial Intelligence Agency

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Raytheon Wins $600 million US Contract from National Geospatial Intelligence Agency
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Raytheon has been awarded two contracts worth US$600 million from the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency to develop data automation, analytics and artificial intelligence capabilities for the NGA Janus program.

The contracts go toward the Elevation Content and Precise Imagery programs, which are part of NGA's Janus initiative to give greater interchangeability between agency partners with access to NGA data and imagery.

"Our advanced analytics, automation and AI will keep NGA capabilities on the cutting edge," Raytheon IIS president Dave Wajsgras said in a statement.

"The solutions provided by NGA to the broader user community will offer higher quality and faster delivery of mission critical information," Wajsgras said.

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