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H2M group provides GEOINT, cyber and professional services specializing in data science, geospatial intelligence, imagery analysis, human geography, cyber information assurance, and strategic planning. We serve the IC, DoD, and commercial customers. Our focus is on the services below.
Our human geographers research, evaluate, and geospatially enable human terrain foundation data for analysis and integration into maps. They maintain a level of readiness (completeness, accuracy and currency) to provide information on-demand, from searchable databases.
Our geospatial analysts integrate knowledge of imagery and geospatial analysis to maintain a complete and accurate geospatial data solution. They use commercial tools to provide data visualization, modeling, and comparative analysis; addressing complex military and intelligence problems.
Our cartographers work on geospatial data requirements, sources, standards, and products. They edit, merge, and/or conflate geospatial content by understanding cartographic principals, products, and compilation techniques; in addition, they also understand imagery types and image interpretation principals.
Our imagery analysts analyze and exploit imagery from multiple sources. They are on the leading edge of the structured observation initiative, performing database maintenance to ensure that their findings are easily searchable.
Our full-motion video (FMV) analysts propagate key information discovered during imagery exploitation by disseminating it in summary reports, detailed mission graphics, database remarks and daily briefings.
Our imagery scientists utilize knowledge of imaging systems, phenomenology and processing techniques in order to present images and scientific analysis to GEOINT analysts and managers.
Our collection managers master all capabilities, and follow all business processes, of the GEOINT Information Management System (GIMS). They prepare tasking and dissemination based on fluid world events.
Our intelligence analysts provide thorough research and analysis services to enhance time-dominant situational awareness and knowledge management. They work closely with geospatial and imagery analysts to provide timely and relevant intelligence reports.
Our data scientists have knowledge in applied mathematics, programming, and data presentation. They are capable of performing pattern analysis, writing scripts to increase efficiency, and visualizing data both spatially and temporally in order to preform data integrity checks.
Our multi-media specialists provide dynamic interactive presentations to support geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) analysis. They are graphics and programming professionals who can enhance information visualization using a variety of software suites, formats and databases to accomplish their mission.
Our corporate communications staff develops and implements internal and external communications. They research, write, edit, and publish communications products (e.g., print, web, electronic, briefings). They provide direction to graphic designers, briefing developers, photographers, illustrators and other required staff.
Our GEOINT technical specialists perform research, contribute to the preparation of analytical and technical reports and publications, prepare graphics. They create and maintain databases, summary data, spreadsheets, graphic documents, and maintain web sites. They utilize Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to extract and/or access geospatial information, derivative information and multi-intelligence data.
Our technical trainers provide support to implementation of technical training courses. They create, test, and review new and existing courseware. They use Instructional System Design, adult learning methods, activity-based learning events, and on-line real-time collaboration tools to conducts training courses.
Our IT web & multimedia specialists develop content and maintain associated systems for internal and/or external web sites. They design and build web pages using a variety of graphics software applications, techniques, and tools. They are proficient with web publishing software and protocols, relational databases and CGI scripting.
Our staff officers provide general or specialized administrative support. They schedule and coordinate meetings, calendars, and events; research and analyze information and data to prepare reports, presentations, and papers; and maintain office supplies, and coordinate office moves.
Our planning, policy, and business analysts advise and assist with strategic planning. They perform trade studies and assess trades between functionality and security risk management; develop process improvement recommendations and facilitate quality improvement efforts; formulate internal and/or external policy; and provide assessment and recommendations of new policy or changes.
Our process improvement engineers apply process improvement, reengineering methodologies, and best practice principles to design and implement process modernization and improvements. They perform analyses, evaluations, and assessments leading to recommendations for process improvements.
Our program managers perform day-to-day management of overall contract support operations or delivery order projects. They develop plans, schedules, and resource estimates using established project management standards. They possess experience in federal programs and are credentialed through the Program Management Institute (PMI PMP).
Our intrusion detection and SIEM audit analysts provide 24x7x365 event monitoring, event investigating, and support the activities and equipment needed to safeguard customer computer infrastructure in multiple locations. Our risk management experts apply pertinent directives to perform the risk tradeoff analysis to implement the policies, processes, and standards to recommend risk acceptance authorization for complex systems. Our security control assessment specialists perform assessments & authorizations scanning, comprehensive testing, penetration testing, reporting and analysis requirements.