The U.S. National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) has awarded 14 companies contracts expected to be worth more than $1 billion in total to provide engineering services across a wide variety of mission areas, according to a Feb. 16 agency press release.

The five-year, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contracts the agency issued will enable it to purchase services for engineering and trade studies, pilot projects and prototypes, integration and deployment, and application sustainment, the release said. Task orders are expected to first be issued in March.

The companies awarded contracts under the Total Application Services for Enterprise Requirements program are: Accenture National Security Services LLC; BAE Systems Information Technology Inc.; The Boeing Co.-Autometric Inc.; Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.; Computer Services Corp. Enforcement, Security & Intelligence Group Inc.; Environmental Systems Research Institute Inc.; General Dynamics One Source; Lockheed Martin Information Systems & Global Services; NJVC LLC; Northrop Grumman Corp.; OG Systems Inc.; QVine Corp.; Raytheon Intelligence and Information Systems; and Science Applications International Corp.