Redhorse has been awarded a $48M 10-year Blanket Purchase Agreement to provide Geospatial Technology and Data Support Services for the U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Under this contract, Redhorse will enhance data governance, develop geospatial web services, manage enterprise databases, administer geospatial software, develop custom geospatial applications and scripts, perform advanced spatial analysis, improve data dissemination, provide remote sensing services, and promote GIS literacy to support the BLM’s land, energy, conservation, and natural resource management programs.
Redhorse has provided geospatial and data management services across the Department of Defense and civilian federal agencies for over a decade. We have demonstrated expertise in utilizing geospatial data and technology to improve natural resource and cultural resource management through enterprise geodatabase management, cartographic products, spatial analysis, data visualizations, field surveys, all-source data fusion, data dissemination, custom tool development, and advanced Machine-Learning capabilities. Redhorse is committed to supporting the BLM’s mission through the delivery of strong GIS capabilities coupled with robust experience in natural/cultural resources and land management and sophisticated digital solutions.