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Geospatial Product and Service Contracts

We administer a set of Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts through a competitive process, which provide a mechanism to obtain geospatial data services throughout the United States.

The contracts primarily support The National Map, but they are flexible enough to be used by other Federal, State, and local agencies. The Geospatial Product and Service Contracts (GPSC) is a suite of contracts, broad in scope, that can accommodate activities related to standard, nonstandard, graphic, and digital cartographic products. Services provided may include: photogrammetric mapping and aerotriangulation; orthophotography; thematic mapping (for example, land characterization); digital imagery applications; IFSAR and LiDAR; geographic information systems development; surveying and control acquisition, including ground-based and airborne GPS; and much more.

NGTOC personnel have been providing technical support to digital cartographic services contracts for over twenty years. This technical expertise supports the contracting officer services provided by the Office of Central Region Services, Acquisition and Grants Branch in Denver, CO. For further information on how the NGTOC can provide Federal, State, and local agencies with access to these contracts, please send inquiries to

The User Engagement Office supports the development of National Geospatial Program (NGP) partnerships to acquire geospatial data. USGS liaisons interact with over 200 geospatial councils and committees to advance spatial data development in their respective states. Liaisons can assist in coordinating the use of the GPSC contract among the geospatial communities they serve. You may contact the The National Map Liaisons serving your Map of Partnership Contacts