Harris Corporation (NYSE: HRS) has unveiled its expanded St. Louis facility, which supports programs for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and other federal agencies in the area. The office, located in the historic Blanke Building at 1310 Papin Street, now has double the space previously available for production of high-resolution, imagery-derived geospatial data. Harris provides imagery processing, feature data extraction, mapping and charting, and production management for the NGA's Global Geospatial-Intelligence (GGI) program. These intelligence products are provided by the NGA to policy makers, military decision makers and warfighters. The products also can be tailored to support civilian federal agencies and select international organizations. The Harris facility in St. Louis provides independent quality assurance services of geospatial data created by Harris in its Melbourne, Florida production centers. The expanded space will provide additional capacity for geospatial production, data maintenance and "product on demand."