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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...

Energy and Facilities GIS Consulting

Critigen has provided facilities management and energy-related services to the U.S. and international governments for more than 20 years. These services range widely from strategic consulting services in support of renewable energy to development of customized software and business systems to enable management of worldwide facilities. Critigen's expertise in geospatial technology and solid...

U.S. Forest Service GIS Consulting

For the past 10 years, Critigen has been providing specialized mapping, GIS, surveying, application development, system hosting and other consulting services to the U.S. Forest Service (USFS). Our experienced staff possess deep domain expertise in all aspects of National Forest management, including the NEPA process, travel planning, fire and fuels management, habitat conservation, sustainable...

Environmental Data Management Solutions

Critigen’s Cloud-based Environmental Data Management Solution makes data acquisition, management, collaboration, reporting and IT infrastructure a simple, one-stop contract with no capital expenditure and fast setup.  Solidify your project or organization’s data management processes with Critigen's pre-configured infrastructure and expert workflow development from our multi-disciplinary team...

Solar Map - Standard Edition

The Critigen Solar Map–Standard Edition directly engages a municipality's citizens with a tool for making informed solar energy decisions. The powerful functionality of the Critigen Solar Map–Standard Edition makes it the single resource for consumers to understand and appreciate the potential of solar energy at their home or business: View solar potential for every structure in a...

Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Critigen provides GIS strategy, systems and analysis support to the worlds largest owners of Natural Resources, Health data and to CI project teams around the world. Critigen staff played key roles in developing the geospatial strategies employed by the US Department of Defense, made GIS and CAD work seamlessly together, provided courtroom-defended analysis of energy transmission routes and...

Protecting Bighorn Sheep with Repeatable GIS Analysis

Bighorn sheep are timeless symbols of the Wild West, but their numbers have plummeted to just 8% of their peak population. Surprisingly, a significant cause of this decline is disease transmitted from domestic sheep. To mitigate disease spread, US federal land management agencies and state wildlife managers have discouraged shared use of ranges by bighorn and domestic sheep. In 2012, The US...

2014 Best of New York City Awards Announced

2014 Best of New York City Awards announced on November 13, 2014 that the award for Best Internal Application was awarded to the Department of Sanitation for their BladeRunner program. Critigen is proud to be part of this team of professionals and to share in the celebration of being recognized for producing one of the best applications of the year by e.Republic. The City of New York...

gDashboard

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Critigen gDashboard transforms complex enterprise data into geographically relevant, timely, and navigable information available on mobile devices, through web-browsers, and in the cloud.

GIS Day 2014

The Okinawa Critigen team hosted a phenomenal series of events in recognition of GIS DAY 2014 on November 17, 2014. Our target audience was elementary and middle school students of the Department of Defense schools (Lester Middle School and Kadena Elementary Schools) here in Okinawa, Japan. It took a completely volunteer team of 6 of us to make it happen. We were able to secure the venue(s),...

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