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Next NGA West Presentations Among The Highlights at 2017 DoDIIS Worldwide Conference in St. Louis

Next NGA West Program Director, Sue Pollmann, will host an informative breakout discussion that covers the future of NGA in St. Louis at the annual Department of Defense Intelligence Information System Worldwide Conference being held at the America’s Center in downtown St. Louis. This breakout session takes place on Monday, August 14 from 1:30-2:20 PM.

Final Environmental Impact Statement

In accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969, as amended, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has prepared a Final Environmental Impact Statement analyzing the environmental effects

Draft Section 106 Programmatic Agreement

The Draft Section 106 Programmatic Agreement addresses the potential adverse effects on historic properties from the construction and operation of a new purpose-built NGA campus, known as Next NGA West

NGA Environmental Study

In 2014, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) announced plans to move from its current location at 3200 South 2nd Street and Arsenal Street in 2021.


In The News

Job fair at future NGA site seeks to fill construction industry void

To meet a growing need for construction workers in the region, a host of trade unions, training schools and contractors took part in a job fair Monday on the site of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency's future campus in North St. Louis. Construction of the $1.75 billion campus will require around 300 workers at any given time, said Leonard Toenjes, president of the Associated General Contractors of Missouri.

HUD awards nearly $30 million to the city of St. Louis Choice Neighborhood

Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro announced Monday that the city of St. Louis will receive $29.5 million to redevelop severely distressed public or assisted housing and revitalize the surrounding neighborhood.

For first time, NGA holds mapping technology conference in Cortex

If a conference this week is any indication, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency appears to be making good on statements that it wants to shed the low-profile reputation it has maintained in St. Louis.

NGA director signals closer ties with community at new St. Louis headquarters

When the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency opens its new facility on the city’s North Side early next decade, it doesn’t want to be an obscure federal agency tucked away in an industrial corridor anymore.