Human and machines working together – We apply intelligence that agencies can trust to automate, secure, and enhance their operations. Our people unlock the power of data and bring technologies to improve the now and shape the future. We push GEOINT further, expanding human capacity to make better decisions and implement smarter actions, faster.
GDIT has taken innovation to the next level by creating its DeepSky Lab to enable secure and rapid development of our customer’s most critical infrastructure. Through our innovative lab environment, our team is able to test network updates and changes to ensure compatibility and transition prior to enacting the change on the customer’s network.
Our DeepSky innovation Lab enables GDIT to develop and revise solutions for our customer's most critical infrastructure which improves network resiliency and improves mission response.
St. Louis is rapidly becoming the geospatial hub for the country, and GDIT is committed to St. Louis and we are making long-term investments in the region and its geospatial ecosystem. To help lead collaborations to develop innovative solutions and incubate startups that will grow the geospatial industry in St. Louis, GDIT is focused on developing tech talent that will stay in St. Louis and lead the sector into the future. GDIT has formed partnerships in the region with non-profit and talent development organizations, large and small businesses, and academia to fuel innovation, expand the talent pipeline, and increase our presence in the community.
ST. LOUIS CHAMBER INTERVIEW
The Download Interview: St. Louis Chamber of Commerce and GDIT’s Deb Davis, VP & GM, Mission Solutions Sector
Harris Stowe State Summer Immersion Program
GDIT, along with several other partner companies supported the development of curriculum for Harris- Stowe State University’s (HSSU) pilot summer immersion program. Eight students from historically Black colleges and universities (HBCU) from around the U.S. spent four weeks in St. Louis learning from industry and The National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA) experts on the basics and mission of Geospatial intelligence. Additionally, the students completed and presented a capstone project where they incorporated the GEOINT skills they learned to measure environmental degradation in various countries in Africa.
The program is looking to expand to host more students in 2023 and continue to show off St. Louis and its geospatial opportunities to students around the country.
The Little Bit Foundation is committed to breaking down barriers to learning for students living in poverty through partnerships and programs that serve the needs of the whole child. Their aim is to empower students to achieve their academic goals and dreams for the future, while leaving an imprint of love and hope on young lives for whom a little bit means a lot.