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July 17, 2017

Get the Inside Scoop on How the US Bureau of Reclamation Enlisted Sitka to Help Streamline Operations

Plagued with multiple issues stemming from outgrowing their existing reporting tools, the Columbia and Snake River Salmon Recovery Office (CSRO), a US Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) sub-program, enlisted Sitka to conduct a detailed assessment of their data management practices and systems. Using our DataDiagnostic service, we conducted a detailed review of how the program managed all its information with the goal of identifying key areas for data quality and operational efficiency improvement. More

June 30, 2017

With Summer Comes Sun and Interns!

Please join me in welcoming our summer software intern: Ayesha Bajwa. Ayesha is currently an undergraduate in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at MIT. She also spent a year abroad studying in the Engineering Department at Cambridge University. More

April 17, 2017

BLM to Implement Landscape Approach to More Effectively Work with Partners

Earlier this year, USGS, in partnership with BLM, released a lengthy report on how BLM is implementing a landscape approach to resource management to more effectively work with partners and better understand the effects of management decisions. As outlined in the report, a landscape approach is a “set of concepts and principles used to guide resource management when multiple stakeholders are involved and goals include diverse and sustainable social, environmental, and economic outcomes.” More

April 5, 2017

We're Moving On Up ... Sixth Avenue!

After nearly nine years in our original office space at the historic Wells Fargo Building, our all-company meetings had become “standing-room only” affairs. While this is by design for our weekly stand-ups, it had proven rather taxing for our monthly team lunches, quarterly company updates, and frequent customer meetings. More

February 16, 2017

Our Take On RRNW 2017

This year Damon, Keith, and I enjoyed the talks in the big room and conversations in the halls and over meals. Hearing about what folks in the Pacific Northwest and around the country are doing to help conserve and restore rivers gives us additional context with which to evolve and improve the tools and systems we build. More