UltiSat wins contract to support NGA's geospatial intelligence missions
UltiSat has received a task order from the Defense Information Systems Agency Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization (DISA-DITCO) to provide satellite bandwidth for geospatial intelligence missions.
The contract was awarded under the Future COMSATCOM Services Acquisition (FCSA) Schedule 70 contract vehicle.
Under the task order, the company will provide Ku-band bandwidth capacity to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) Deployable Communications Systems (NDCS).
UltiSat programme director Steve Roth said: "We are excited to partner with the NGA to support their critical mission responding to worldwide crisis or conflict events.”
NGA delivers strategic intelligence that allows the president and national policymakers to make crucial decisions on counterterrorism, weapons of mass destruction and global political crises.
It also enables the warfighter to plan missions, gain battlefield superiority, precisely target the adversary and protect the country's military forces.
Additionally, NGA provides timely warnings to the warfighter and national decisionmakers by monitoring, analysing and reporting imminent threats.
The contract requires the company to provide Ku-band bandwidth and backhaul services in continental US (CONUS) and outside the continental US (OCONUS), in order to support NDCS GEOINT operations.
Roth further added: “Our ability to provide high-availability connectivity between the NGA's communications systems deployed CONUS and OCONUS and the core network infrastructure is a key component to successfully delivering geospatial intelligence data. UltiSat is committed to helping NGA achieve its operational objectives."
UltiSat provides secure, reliable managed network solutions in support of the US Government and federal agencies.
The company provides satellite communications products, as well as very small aperture terminal (VSAT), airborne ISR / COTM, teleport, and mobile satellite services for mission-critical applications.