Intelligence Today for Tomorrow’s Fight
Are you interested in joining a diverse and highly skilled workforce while filling a critical role supporting our nation’s intelligence, security, and information operations? Looking to grow your career in one of multiple family-friendly areas rich in amenities and recreation options? These opportunities are now available via the National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC) Maintenance of Enterprise Technologies and Applications (META) contract.
META supports the mission of NGIC and its major component, the Army Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) Battalion (AGB), in two locations:
Located approximately 100 miles southwest of Washington, D.C., and 70 miles northwest of Richmond, Charlottesville is home to the University of Virginia as well as Thomas Jefferson’s mountain-top plantation, Monticello, and serves as a gateway to Shenandoah National Park along a section of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
The NGIC Mission
NGIC, a Major Component of The United States Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), is the Department of Defense’s (DoD) primary producer of ground forces intelligence, delivering ground force intelligence across all domains to help prevent and decisively win wars.
What NGIC Does
We focus on foreign ground forces from the operational through small-unit level, maintaining detailed knowledge of current foreign ground force capabilities as well as a focus of five, 10, and 20 years in the future.
We are the primary agency within the DoD responsible for the acquisition, requirements management, and exploitation of foreign ground systems materiel and helicopters.
Finally, we provide a range of sophisticated geospatial and intelligence products, images, and infographics for our warfighters.
Located approximately 100 miles southwest of Washington, D.C. and 70 miles northwest of Richmond, Charlottesville is home to the University of Virginia as well as Thomas Jefferson’s mountain-top plantation, Monticello, and serves as a gateway to Shenandoah National Park along a section of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Charlottesville Named America’s Happiest City
by The U.S. National Bureau of Economic Research
Charlottesville has a population of approximately 47,000 and features:
- Miles of scenic trails, overlooks, and hiking, with Travel & Leisure ranking it No. 9 on a list of America’s best mountain towns in 2016. The area also offers horseback riding, boating, skiing, snowboarding, and picking at numerous orchards and farms.
- A highly rated school system, with Charlottesville City Schools placing seventh overall among Virginia school districts in a 2021 ranking.
- A small town feel that still offers a variety of nightlife and socializing options, including more than 40 local breweries.
The AGB Mission
The AGB is a vital member of the National System for GEOINT (NSG), providing second and third phase GEOINT support, executing the Army’s distinctive GEOINT capabilities, conducting research and advocacy, and serving as the Functional Manager for Army GEOINT Foundry Training.
What the AGB Does
We are a regionally engaged, globally responsive, indispensable partner and provider of collaborative GEOINT for the U.S. Army.
We enable the agility, versatility, and depth to accurately visualize the battlefield for our Army to win our current and future conflicts.
We are committed to intelligence production, training, research, advocacy, and collaboration, enabling us to provide customer-centric global support with regional impact.
Aurora is Colorado’s third largest city, located on the eastern outskirts of Denver approximately 70 miles north of Colorado Springs. Known as the “Gateway to the Rockies,” Aurora offers ready access to the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as well as Rocky Mountain National Park.
Aurora placed 36th on Livability’s 2021 Top 100 Places to Live in America.
With a population of approximately 380,000, Aurora is known for its cultural food, artistic exhibits, outdoor recreation, and relaxing atmosphere, including:
- Sailing, golfing, and fast-pitch softball.
- One of the highest concentrations of top ranked public schools in the state.
- A bustling arts scene, including live theater.