The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has named Brett Markham as the NGA west executive and deputy associate director for operations.
In the News
Next month, the Kansas City District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which oversees military construction projects in the region (the St. Louis office handles civil construction), will issue a final request for proposals to the three construction joint ventures that it tapped as finalists to build the campus.
In response to a public records request, KMOX News has obtained letters the EPA and Missouri DNR sent to the city of St. Louis–last month–both saying they see no human health risk at the NGA site.
The houses are down and a fence is up, separating the now-cleared land from the rest of the neighborhood. On that fencing, signs announce the expected arrival of a high-tech government intelligence agency.
The construction of Next NGA West is among the many good things happening in the city of St. Louis, says Mayor Lyda Krewson.
From nearly any point on the NGA’s south St. Louis campus, we can see the Gateway Arch — that iconic symbol of Thomas Jefferson’s vision and St. Louis’ role in the westward expansion of our country. As current geographic professionals, that arch is a constant reminder of the intrepid spirit of Lewis and Clark.
The message seemed counterintuitive for an event focused on cybersecurity, but one of the country’s most important intelligence agencies wants to make it easier to get inside its building and access its networks.
Aerial view of the project site
Drone shot of site preparation efforts provided by St. Louis Development Corporation.
NGA in the Community
NGA has been a proud member of the St. Louis community for more than 70 years. The agency continues its commitment to be a positive dynamic force in the region through partnerships with:
St. Louis-area Schools
On average, NGA employees volunteer approximately 500 hours of service annually to St. Louis-area schools and educational events through NGA’s Partners in Education (PIE) program, which connects NGA employees to local schools to serve as tutors, mentors and science educators. Visit NGA's PIE program page for more information.
St. Louis-area Colleges and Research Institutes
NGA scientists work closely with local scientists through special collaborative research relationships with Saint Louis University, the University of Missouri –Columbia and the Boeing Company to advance science and technology.
NGA also works with several St. Louis-area colleges to identify potential future employees. NGA actively recruits at the University of Missouri St. Louis, Saint Louis University and Washington University.
St. Louis-area Businesses
NGA works with companies such as ESRI, Leidos and Harris, who maintain a presence in the St. Louis area.
Older publications related to the Next NGA West project are available in the Archive section.Archive