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Podcast: NGA Funding Decision Threatens GeoEye’s Future

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Tuesday, June 26th 2012


Over the weekend the world learned that the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) had informed GeoEye it will be canceling parts of the 10-year, $3.8 billion EnhancedView contract because of budget cuts. DigitalGlobe recently got the nod for at least the next year's worth of funding. What does this mean for NGA? For the commercial remote sensing marketplace? And what does the future hold for GeoEye?

Show Notes

 

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Show Notes

GeoEye Remains Upbeat, Will Fund Operations Without NGA Money if Necessary - All Points Blog
SASC Report Lifts Veil on Commercial Satellite Imagery Rift-SpacePolicyOnline
Letter to GeoEye from NGA-EnhancedView Contract HM0210-10-C-0003, Option 2, Contract Year 3
Letter to GeoEye from the NGA - EnhanceView OTFPP
EnhancedView News Not so Rosy for GeoEye-SpacePolicyOnline
GeoEye Stock Rating Lowered by Benchmark Co. (GEOY)-Daily Political
GeoEye faces funding cuts from U.S. government - Reuters
NGA Casts Uncertainty Over EnhancedView Payments to GeoEye - Space News
MJ Harden
Geospatial Data Providers Segment Data Products and Continue to Innovate Beyond Just Raw Data #esriuc - All Points Blog
GeoEye Considering Selling off MJ Harden - All Points Blog
GE ACQUIRES M.J.HARDEN ASSOCIATES, INC., A GLOBAL LEADER IN GIS SERVICES FOR PIPELINES AND UTILITIES - Directions Magazine
GeoEye Acquires MJ Harden Aerial Business From GE Oil & Gas - Directions Magazine
Photo Science Aquires HJW Geospatial - Directions Magazine
Photo Science Purchases MJ Harden - Directions Magazine


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