Engility’s NGA app store opens for business

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  • 3 years ago


It took nine months, but the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has finally launched its app store.

Known as IGAPP or the Innovative Geoint App Provider Program, the app store is managed by Engility’s TASC business under a contract the company won in September, but bid protests delayed the start.

Now, the four-year, $25 million contract is underway and is making its debut at the Apps World Conference, an event that draws in app builders and developers from the across the tech world. It’s being held at the Mosonce Center West in San Francisco this week.

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