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In 2008, the Army Geospatial Enterprise was created as an integrated system of technologies, standards and processes that provides a comprehensive data, information and services that enables the Army's full spectrum operations. The AGC Geospatial Acquisition Support Directorate Architecture Team was charged with developng the Army Geosiatial Enterprise Architecture to provide support to the Army Acquisition Community to implement the Army Geospatial Enterprise.

The Geospatial Information Officer position, which serves as the Army's central manager, responsible for all Army policies and standardization requirements for the Army Geospatial Enterprise, was also established in 2008.

The Geospatial Enterprise Governance Board was the third prong established in 2008. This decision making body addresses issues brought up by the Army Geospatial Enterprise  in shaping the current and future forces. The board serves as the Army's central manager for geospatial information and services and is responsible for coordinating, assessing and synchronizing policies and requirements.

In 2009, The Army Geospatial Center organized as a major subordinate command center under the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to suppor tthe Army's LandWarNet/Battle Command systems, as well as facilitate dissemination of relevant geospatial information to every echelon throughout the battlefiled environment. 

In 2014, Army Geospatial Center, with support from the Geospatial Research Laboratory, launched a test bed to accelerate research and development to programs of record. This innovative enterprise gives developers an environment where systems could interact with fielded systems to improve planning, testing and fielding. 

Today, Gary Blohm serves as the director for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Geospatial Center, Research Laboratory, and as part of Army staff as its Geospatial Officer. Army Geospatial Center leads the development and integration of the Army Geospatial Enterprise to enable systems within Programs of Record; lends Geospatial Intelligence expertise to develop and field tools for optimize location data; and, provides geospatial products, data and training for an array of military operations.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Geospatial Center is enabling a decisive edge through geospatial information dominance

The mission providing timely, accurate, and relevant geospatial information, capabilities, and domain expertise for

the Army Geospatial Enterprise in support of unified land operations

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What is the Army Geospatial Center in relation to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers/Army?

The Army Geospatial Center provides geospatial-based information, capabilities and expertise to the U.S. Army and the nation as a direct-reporting center of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 

How does the Army Geospatial Center relate to the Army Geospatial Enterprise?

The Army Geospatial Enterprise is an integrated system of governance, technologies, policies, processes, standards, data and organizations that is enabled by the Army Geospatial Center to address standardization, interoperability and geospatial certification for more than 100 U.S. Army systems that either create or consume geospatial data. 

How does the Army Geospatial Center relate to the Geospatial Research Laboratory?

The Geospatial Research Laboratory is a part of the Engineering Research and Development Center, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, with work that centers on geospatial technologies and how they can measure phenomena in the physical and social environments encountered by the U.S. Army. The AGC and GRL share physical space and are very close collaborators. The GRL's research areas include LiDAR, remote sensing, geospatial intelligence and 3D visualization to support modernization goals.

How do I get products from the Army Geospatial Center?

Products are available for the use of government programs. The Army Geospatial Center allows users access to its geospatial data and products via a secure online repository. It also gives users the capability of having that data physically shipped to their location using any of the following interfaces: Standard Ordering Form, CMB Online, or DataDoors through The Army Geospatial Center Warfighter Support products are also available by emailing the specifics of the request to

How do I contract with or do business with the Army Geospatial Center?

Army Geospatial Center supports small business. Army Geospatial Center postings to FedBizOpps use keyword: AGC. New opportunities are posted on the website, under Contract Opportunities. Please send questions and electronic Capability Statements to

Could private companies get data from the Army Geospatial Center?

If you are working on a government program, AGC geospatial data is available through the website “How to work with us” tab. We are not resourced to service needs outside of warfighter support and civil works within the Corps of Engineers. For geospatial data requests outside of government programs, one of the largest free sources of satellite and aerial imagery is available through USGS Earth Explorer at

How do I apply for a job with Army Geospatial Center?

Thank you for your interest in working with us! All civilian job opportunities available with the federal government, including the Army Geospatial Center, are posted on USAJobs at Follow the link "Search for Jobs" to search by specific vacancy announcement number, agency, job category, or geographical location. Follow the link "Create Resume" to enter and maintain your resume data. You must have a current resume in the USAJOBS database before you can apply for a position with the Army Geospatial Center. After you create your resume in the system, select the “Apply Online” button located at the bottom of the vacancy announcement to which you wish to apply.

How do I conduct employment verification for an Army Geospatial Center employee?

We cannot provide personal information regarding former/current employees. Employment verification is provided through an online self-service tool that allows current employees to send employment and/or salary information to an external entity. Access to the MyBiz+ Employment Verification tool is available with Common Access Card at