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Continental Mapping Hires Greg Johnson as Defense and Intelligence Practice Director

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Monday, June 9th 2014
Continental Mapping Consultants, Inc. | 121 South Bristol Street, Suite 201, Sun Prairie, WI 53590

Continental Mapping Hires Greg Johnson as Defense and Intelligence Practice Director


(Sun Prairie, WI)—June 9th, 2014—Continental Mapping Consultants, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Greg Johnson as defense and intelligence practice director, working out of our St. Louis, Missouri office. Greg will be responsible for expanding our global geospatial intelligence services to the defense and intelligence community, including private companies and government agencies such as the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA).

Greg brings 31 years of experience in geospatial intelligence with both NGA and the private sector. Within NGA, he most recently served as division chief for the GGI Contract Execution Division and as the GDS program manager. He spent the last three years with Northrop Grumman as a program manager.

“Greg is a great addition to our team. His background and experience in the defense and intelligence market will help us better serve both our private and public clients,” said Continental Mapping President David Hart.

Greg can be reached at or via phone at 888.815.3327.

Headquartered in suburban Madison, Wisconsin, Continental Mapping is a leading provider of geospatial data development solutions, including full service land survey, aerial and mobile lidar, photogrammetric mapping, and remote sensing.

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Cody Baertschi

121 South Bristol Street, Suite 201

Sun Prairie, WI 53590


Voice: 888.815.3327

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