HABs Interagency Research and Action Plans

CSS scientists served as coordinator of the Interagency Harmful Algal Bloom and Hypoxia Research and Control Act working group (IWG-HABHRCA). The interagency working group comprises 50 representatives from 13 federal agencies, the White House, and Congress, and coordinates development of research and action plans to reduce impacts of HABs. CSS staff successfully coordinated the development and production of two Congressional Reports as well as multiple policy and progress reports under the IWG-HABHRCA.

Additional Projects

Red Hill Drinking Water Crisis

CSS supported the U.S. EPA Red Hill response operations in Hawaii in early 2022.

Network Engineering Design and Support

CSS engineers and deploys large-scale networks to support multi-campus and multi-facility environments.

Guiding Wildfire Response and Recovery

CSS supports communities following catastrophic wildfires to ensure that items discarded during site cleanup are properly identified, sorted, and sent to an appropriate disposal facility.

Environmental Resource Assessment & Management

We apply science to address challenges affecting the nation’s natural resources.

Human Health Risk Assessment

We help advance the understanding of chemical effects on people and the environment.

Facilities Operations & Maintenance

We understand your facility support needs and deliver customized solutions.

Satellite Data Applications

Helping create a more environmentally sustainable, weather-ready, and secure nation through application of earth observation data  

Earth & Space Science Support & Operations

We deliver scientific support to advance our clients’ research goals.

IT Services

Our IT solutions meet clients’ evolving needs.

Emergency Preparedness & Response

We help our clients prepare for and protect the health and environment of communities after disasters and hazmat releases.

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