technical capabilities
  • Web, Desktop, and Mobile Application Development – .NET, PHP, SharePoint, JavaScript frameworks (jQuery & AngularJS), Objective C, and Python​
  • Cloud and OnPrem Computing – IaaS, SaaS
  • Database Design and Administration – MS SQL, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Oracle​
  • Open Source Solutions – Drupal, WordPress, Leaflet, and Linux​

Whether you call it “DevOps” or “DevSecOps” the tight integration of security protocols within the application development life cycle streamlines and expedites the delivery of applications and services to clients. As applicable, we apply the technology across a wide range of projects.

geocgi develops and maintains Arlington National Cemetery (ANC) & Army National Military Cemeteries (ANMC) Website Development Operations & Maintenance (O&M)​ web presence, including custom web applications using the ASP.NET stack and DNN Content Management System (CMS). We perform rigorous requirements gathering to ensure systems are hardened and STIG compliant throughout the development and release cycles. Custom applications include: Headstone Designer, Events and Ceremonies, Multi-Media Blogs and Responsive Designs.

ANC Explorer is the cemeteries interactive map and grave finder. Developing in HTML 5 and AngularJS, while incorporating technology from Leaflet, MapBox, and ESRI, we provided a seamless and secure mapping and visualization experience for visitors on the web, mobile, and kiosk platforms.

geocgi stood up a cluster of secure cloud-based Esri application servers to quickly and securely analyze drone imagery collected for the Installation Geospatial Information & Services (IGI&S) Common Installation Picture (CIP) Data Collection and Standardization for Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA) effort that we have headed for nearly three years.

geocgi built a secure cloud-based application development environment, utilizing IaaS technology for Marine Corps Installations Pacific (MCIPAC) IGI&S application development efforts. Through this environment, the client and our developers access, build, test and push hardened STIG
compliant applications all siloed in a safe environment.

Utilizing ASP.NET framework and an MVC (model-view-controller) architecture, geocgi implemented creative and secure solutions for data visualization inside desktop and web-based applications within the USMC Critical Asset Management System (CAMS) for the USMC Mission Assurance Development Lab (MADL). Additionally, using GEOFidelis assets, geocgi integrated a GIS module into the system using Esri software developers kit (SDK).