This March, ACES, Inc. was able to participate in the first ever GeoHackJam presented by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) & Data.gov. The purpose of the event was to explore technical solutions for several different problem sets faced by the USGS and supporting agencies. ACES members Travis Scheponik and Michael Siegel were able to team up with Michael Flores of IBM to successfully prototype and showcase an FOSS solution for their mineral data set issues. Utilizing open source tools … Continued
This post is the second in a series of blog post that will discuss Ozone evolution from a widget framework to a software as a service platform. The goal is to generate discussion among the Ozone community to discuss challenges and possible solutions. The Ozone Widget Framework (OWF) had a significant and growing presence across the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community by 2010. Initially this was done via the GOSS Board (Government Open Source … Continued
RISE seeks to strengthen the community’s knowledge and understanding of Autism Spectrum and Related Disorders. We plan to provide community training in various areas of interest, regarding Autism related topics. We believe that inspiring understanding in the community will create a more welcoming environment for individuals with Autism and their families. [btn_link url=”https://www.riseforautism.com/” size=”lg” cls=”primary”]Learn More[/btn_link]
ACES, Inc. is a corporate sponsor for the annual SAIC Golf Tournament, which donates 100% of its proceeds to the Denver Hospice and the Wounded Warrior Project. The Denver Hospice has served as the region’s leading hospice since 1978 providing an unprecedented level of expert, comprehensive and personalized care. This tournament has donated more than $80K to the Denver Hospice since 2004 and they further acknowledged the tremendous amount of support they provide via Veterans programs. Likewise the Wounded … Continued
ACES, Inc. is a corporate sponsor of the annual Jacquélyn Nichols Memorial Golf Tournament. The proceeds from this tournament fund a scholarship that touches the lives of many children who travel the same educational path as Jacquélyn. This scholarship helps keep the memory of her alive and ACES, Inc. is proud to support this cause.