SC&A offers information management services to support project
data collection, analysis, and decisionmaking. Our project-specific
- For the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of NEPA
Policy and Compliance, SC&A collected data for, developed,
and maintains the DOE National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)
publicly searchable online database of DOE categorical exclusion
determinations, one of DOE’s high-value datasets in response
to the Open Government Directive.
- For the DOE Office of NEPA Policy and Compliance, SC&A
merged and enhanced two legacy databases, transitioning the
consolidated database to an SQL Server data store and developing
new Web-based and Windows-based interfaces. SC&A maintains the
system and develops training and users’ manuals for the new
- For the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), SC&A
developed and provided data in multiple formats for the Indoor Air
Quality Building Education and Assessment Model (I-BEAM), a budget
analysis tool for building professionals designed to demonstrate
the financial, air-quality, and energy-use impacts of indoor air
quality decisions in large commercial buildings.
- For EPA, SC&A managed several large-scale surveys, including
the National Residential Radon Survey, the National School Radon Survey,
and the EPA/state residential radon survey.
- For a private client, SC&A researched and compiled an online
toolkit of state regulations for aboveground storage tanks.
- For EPA, SC&A administered the Radon Proficiency Program.
To improve program efficiency, we consolidated three programs into
one and developed a modular database in Microsoft Access to automate
numerous functions and track participant information.
- For a private client, SC&A designed and built a scanning cart
that mapped radiation levels at a New Jersey industrial site by linking
gamma detectors and a GPS with a custom computer program.