ST. LOUIS, MO/September 11, 2017 (STLRealEstate.News) NGA (National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency), one of the country’s most important intelligence agencies that works to combat cyberterror and other kind of hacking in our world today, is going to be setting up shop in north St. Louis. The facility will sit atop 97-acres of St. Louis real estate so they can build their new western headquarters. The $1.7 billion campus with 3,100 employees is expected to have significant effects in an area that saw disinvestment for decades.
NGA is stressing the importance of building more partnerships with mapping tech companies and training and research institutions that could work together for the advancement of cybersecurity in America today. NGA is hoping that companies will cluster around their new location to meet the NGA’s need to analyze a growing torrent of data. They are hoping to turn the area into a hub of geointelligence that can