Washington, D.C., Sept. 15, 2014 – Tracking an endangered tortoise across the Mojave Desert, which encompasses parts of California, Nevada, Utah and Arizona, can be complicated. Under a contract with the Mojave Desert Ecosystem Program (MDEP), Apprio Inc. will support endeavors to track threatened species and other programs in the Mojave ecosystem.
Apprio will provide geospatial and technology services in support of MDEP’s core missions.
Apprio’s support includes:
“With the rapid changing technological landscape and increasing demands for data and data access, MDEP, through Apprio’s support, provides both cost-effective and robust solutions for the agencies they serve,” said Darryl F. Britt, Apprio’s president and founder.
The MDEP was designed to coordinate GIS data and electronic reports between federal, state and local agencies in the Mojave Desert Ecoregion. The collaborative program is made up of the U.S. Army, U.S. Marines, Bureau of Land Management and the National Park Service.
Apprio is a provider of specialized technology solutions, particularly for the health, defense and homeland security markets. The company provides innovative IT and program services in healthcare IT, emergency response management and financial management. Apprio delivers the methodologies, discipline and thought-leadership provided by the large integrators, with the cost structure and collaboration offered by smaller firms.
Apprio built the federal government’s Disaster Medical Information Suite (DMIS), an electronic health record (EHR) and situational awareness solution used to manage medical care during federal disasters and designated national security events such as the Gulf Oil Spill, Haiti Earthquake and Hurricane Ike. For more information, visit www.apprioinc.com.