Department of the Interior Awards EMPSi Environmental Contract

April 17, 2012 -- Environmental Management and Planning Solutions, Inc. (EMPSi) announced that it has been awarded a contract to provide environmental support to the US Fish and Wildlife Service and other Department of the Interior bureaus.  The contract, valued at up to $9M, will extend for up to five years.

Under the contract EMPSi will provide a variety of scientific services in support of seven areas: Scientific Peer Review, Endangered Species, Migratory Birds, Wildlife Refuges, Landscape Conservation Cooperatives, National Wetlands Inventory, and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). 
Specific tasks may include scientific peer review of information (documents, data, models, study plans, proposals, and other forms of scientific information); preparation of environmental compliance documents; field surveys; hypothesis testing field research studies; analysis of data; development and testing of scientific models; gathering and synthesis of information, literature, or cartography; preparation of reports; organization and conduct of public meetings; and other science-related activities.

“We are excited about providing these services” said David Batts, a principal with EMPSi.  “Our high level of technical expertise and excellence will enable us to bring unique skills to DOI.”  

EMPSi has received numerous awards for their work and last year was named to Outside Magazine’s “Top 50 Places to Work.”
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EMPSi is an environmental consulting firm with offices in San Francisco, Denver, Portland, Reno, and Washington, DC. Focusing on five service areas - Environmental Planning and Compliance, Natural Resources Consulting, Public Outreach and Participation, Project Management, and Sustainability - EMPSi works with government, commercial, and nonprofit clients on complex projects throughout the US.