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Defense

For over 20 years, Critigen has provided industry-leading spatial enterprise services to U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) organizations, including the Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air National Guard, Army National Guard, National Guard Bureau, the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, and the Office of the Secretary of Defense. Critigen staff are proven leaders in these services and have...

Federal Government Services and Solutions

Critigen delivers services and solutions to U.S. government and other national government agencies and ministries. Specific U.S. agencies that Critigen serves include the Forest Service, Department of Agriculture, Department of the Interior, Environmental Protection Agency, Department of State, General Services Administration, and Department of Energy. Contract Vehicles U.S. GSA, IT...

Transportation GIS Consulting

Whether they manage airports, roadways or maritime ports, transportation departments face many similar challenges that affect master planning, data collection and management, and asset management. While attempting to meet their particular business objectives, those departments also face issues unique to their industry – security and emergency management, alternative route visualization, lease...

U.S. Air Force GIS Consulting

For over a decade, Critigen has been at the forefront of the U.S. Air Force's (USAF) GeoBase program, providing the strategic and technical expertise and innovation required to address a broad range of program management, as well as mission integration requirements to deploy GeoBase at Air Force bases worldwide. Our GeoBase services have been recognized as industry leading, and include our...

U.S. Army GIS Consulting

Critigen has successfully delivered geospatial data and technology solutions to hundreds of U.S. defense clients in North America, Europe and Asia, and is proud to be helping the U.S. Army (Army) realize its vision and achieve its goals through low-risk and high-value location-enabled solutions. For the Army, Critigen has provided a broad range of geospatial data and technology solutions to a...

U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) GIS Consulting

For more than 10 years, Critigen has provided the U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) GeoFidelis program with world-wide support and consulting services on GIS, program management, surveying and mapping, and information technology and systems. Critigen is a trusted advisor to Marine Corps leaders, and provides innovative services such as enterprise architecture support, IT and GIS strategic planning...

U.S. Navy GIS Consulting

For more than a decade, Critigen has been providing both program and technical support to U.S. Navy clients. Support has included environmental data management and analysis, GIS for munitions response and remediation, as well as comprehensive GIS support for the Navy GeoReadiness Program. Critigen is supporting GIS program management activities at the headquarters level, performing above- and...

U.S. National Guard GIS Consulting

Air National Guard For almost 10 years, Critigen has been at the forefront of the Air National Guard's (ANG) GeoBase program. Critigen’s on-site staff at the ANG Headquarters and at regional hubs across the nation led the design, implementation and execution of geospatial information and services to support ANG operations across the ANG’s 175 separate installations and facilities in all 54 U.S...

Airports and Aviation GIS

At Critigen, we realize that airports must provide value while minimizing risk – that's why we offer a broad range of solutions and services that improve facilities and operations management, security management, and business intelligence. Critigen's solutions and services support airport priorities. Lease/tenant and revenue management Public safety Master planning Facilities design...

Actionable Real-Time Energy Knowledge

Tearsheet
Until recently, it has been difficult to monitor performance of geographically dispersed assets, facilities, and critical infrastructure in real-time through easy-to-use, map-based displays.

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