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Ball Aerospace - Geospatial intelligence analysis and operational support

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Ball Aerospace & Technologies
: 26 April, 2008  (Company News)
The National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC) has awarded Ball Aerospace & Technologies two contracts worth more than $21M to continue providing actionable intelligence to warfighters through service contracts that support the Department of Defense (DoD).
NASIC, located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, awarded Ball Aerospace and its teammates a $10.8 million Spectral Exploitation Center/Cell and Thermal Infrared Operational Support contract to continue performing non-literal Geospatial Intelligence analysis and operational support. These tasks include data processing, data analysis, software modification and maintenance, system and network administration, analytic support, and instruction and training on the use of software tools and techniques. Teammates include AAI Corporation, BAH, CACI International Inc., the Space Computer Corporation, and The Boeing Company.

Wright-Patterson AFB is the source of air and space intelligence for the DoD. Ball Aerospace has provided on-site and off-site remote sensing and analysis support to NASIC's Measurement and Signature Intelligence Exploitation program for nearly 25 years.

NASIC also awarded Ball an $11 million contract to extend its current program that transforms sensor data into intelligence information, for the Integrated Overhead Non-imaging Infrared (ONIR) Tasking, Processing, Exploitation, and Dissemination System (IOTS) program.
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