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April 10, 2012 - USGS Seeks Landsat Science Team Proposals

The U.S. Geological Survey, Center for EROS, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, is seeking proposals from scientists and engineers interested in serving on the Landsat Science Team.

The Landsat Science Team will conduct research on issues critical to the effective utilization of Landsat data. Proposals are sought that address data acquisition, data calibration, sensor performance, product access and format, user applications, and science opportunities for new- and past-generation Landsat data. The Team plays a critical role in reducing mission risks and ensuring that critical design and functionality issues are addressed. The government anticipates multiple awards from this solicitation.

There are two parallel opportunities for candidates interested in serving on the Landsat Science Team. Academic, industry, and non-governmental scientists and engineers can compete for funded research and development contracts. All interested offerors responding to this Request for Proposals should download the solicitation from the website given and provide a written response by the due date indicated on the solicitation.