ASRC Federal Subsidiary Wins Geological Research Contract; Paul Dillahay Comments

Paul Dillahay - ASRC,  ExecutiveMosaicAn ASRC Federal‘s InuTeq subsidiary has won a potential five-year $11 million contract to help a U.S. Geological Survey data center find new ways to conduct earth science research.

The USGS Earth Resources Observation and Science Center is responsible for managing remote sensing data on climate and land use change, ASRC Federal said Tuesday.

“Our dedicated scientists and researchers are eager to support the USGS EROS Center’s efforts to expand our knowledge and understanding of the Earth’s environment, ” said Paul Dillahay, ASRC Federal president and CEO.

InuTeq will develop methods for scientists to examine the interactions between the physical, biological, social and psychological impact of Earth phenomena.

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