There are a variety of ways to interact with us and our science. We invite you to explore the following information about partnering with our science programs.
Partners and Cooperators
Given the increasingly global nature of the world’s natural science problems, we use international partnerships to conduct a variety of science worldwide. Both foreign and domestic organizations help with our global outreach.
The technology transfer program at the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) is designed to leverage the research capabilities of USGS scientists with the commercial development potential of the private sector. It encourages the adoption, use, and commercialization of USGS research products through partnerships and is oriented toward finding potential users of USGS technology.
Memorandums of Understanding (MOU)
U. S. Geological Survey Domestic Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) with other Federal Agencies or Entities. This site contains information on domestic MOUs that have been signed by the Director of the USGS.
The USGS Office of International Programs helps facilitate and coordinate USGS science with diverse partners, including other federal agencies, international institutions, and foreign governments. USGS international activities support U.S. foreign policy and science diplomacy, and improve characterization and management of ecosystems and natural resources worldwide.
Office of Tribal Relations
The USGS Office of Tribal Relations builds partnerships between the USGS and Native American and Alaska Native governments, tribal organizations, and other federal agencies to help the USGS meet its mission of conducting gold-standard scientific research.