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Protecting our changing world.

years supporting the nation’s environmental and climate missions
scientists, technologists and innovators supporting the EPA
environmental applications moved to the cloud
high-performance computing environments built for NOAA and EPA
increase in computing power for NOAA's National Weather Service
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Operational Readiness

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A healthy planet is everyone’s mission.

At GDIT, we’re committed to sustainable practices and reducing our environmental impact. From a more efficient use of energy and materials to employee education and implementing telework and flexible schedules, our commitment extends across our network of more than 200 facilities.

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Modeling impacts of air quality on health with HPC.

Understanding how air quality impacts human health requires the speed and computing power of high-performance computing. Our Air Quality Modeling supports EPA to improve the accuracy and detail of air quality forecasts. Models created by GDIT HPC environments determine the transport of ozone, particulates, acids and toxins to better understand how the quality of the air we breathe affects our health.

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Analyzing data to protect and restore the Great Lakes.

GDIT scientists, modelers and statisticians analyze and manage data on the basin ecosystem of Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie and Ontario. The tools and applications provided collect the data and make it available to researchers, states and policymakers to protect and restore the Great Lakes, the largest body of freshwater in the world.


Supercomputers power weather and climate forecasts for NOAA.

The weather forecasts we rely on every day to plan and prepare are now even more accurate and reliable, powered by GDIT twin supercomputers for NOAA's National Weather Service. The supercomputers, ranked top 50 fastest in the world, provide three times more computing power for complex, real-time modeling of weather and climate data.