Integrated Statistics
172 Shearwater Way
Falmouth, MA 02540
phone (508) 540-8560
fax (508) 721-6841
lshulman@IntegratedStatistics.com
www.IntegratedStatistics.com

 

History and Overview

Integrated Statistics is an S-corporation owned and operated by Dr. Laura Shulman. It was formed in 1994 to perform mathematical and statistical analyses for companies and individuals. It began with experimental design and data analysis for scientists in academia. For example, the Department of Immunology at the University of Toronto requested software to assess whether particular segments of the genome encoding the immunoglobulin genes were unusually prone to insertion of transfected DNA.

In 1995, Integrated Statistics handled various contracts in the private sector analyzing data to be presented to the Environmental Protection Agency. For example, Texas Instruments of Attleboro, MA requested analysis of measurements taken to comply with the clean-up guidelines set by the Environmental Protection Agency. Texas Instruments had purchased a piece of land that had previously been used to store hazardous waste and was now required to decontaminate it. Another contract was with Ocean Arks International, a company which specialized in the use of living organisms to detoxify sewage. In this case, Integrated Statistics was employed to analyze their water quality data. This analysis was the basis for decisions on how often the different elements needed to be measured to ensure accuracy.

With the advance of the internet, Integrated Statistics branched into interactive web page design and implementation, writing specialized scripts to collect the data. Pickerell Services engaged Integrated Statistics to conduct a national survey of photographers. For this purpose, Integrated Statistics designed a web-based survey and acted as a third party to receive hard copy responses, thus, ensuring confidentiality and objective data analysis.

Since 1997, Integrated Statistics has been employed by the Population Dynamics Branch of the Fisheries department of the Federal Government to evaluate and upgrade fish stock assessment software. Integrated Statistics improved the assessment software using the latest technology and innovations. These improvements have been consolidated into a single stand-alone piece of software called the "Fisheries Assessment Computational Toolbox" that is now used nationally.

In June of 2000, Integrated Statistics was awarded a five year contract with the General Services Administration for Information Technology. Since then Integrated Statistics has expanded to include fishery biologists, field technicians for data collection, computer programmers, database analysts, and office support personnel. Present clients include National Marine Fisheries Services/NOAA in Woods Hole, MA, Marine Biological Laboratories, Woods Hole, MA, United States Geological Survey, Falmouth, MA and Stock Photo, Bethesda, MD.

In May of 2003, Integrated Statistics was awarded a five year contract with the General Services Administration for Environmental Services.

 

General Services Offered by Integrated Statistics

Administrative Assistant /Contract Support Specialist I

SIN 899-1

  • Performs general secretarial duties.
  • Maintains the payroll system for all employees.
  • Performs all accounts payable and accounts receivable duties as well as insuring that all billing is carried out in an accurate and timely manner.
  • Acts as primary contact for existing and potential clients, vendors and employees through personal contact, telephone, e-mail and faxes.
  • Organizes and updates both physical and computerized customer data files.
  • Maintains a computerized inventory of all parts and supplies and reorders as necessary.
  • Designs, maintains, prints and distributes advertising media such as brochures.
  • Schedules daily and long term projects and repairs to best suit the needs of the customer.

 

Administrative Assistant /Contract Support Specialist II

SIN 899-1

  • Performs general secretarial duties.
  • Maintains the payroll system for all employees.
  • Performs all accounts payable and accounts receivable duties as well as insuring that all billing is carried out in an accurate and timely manner.
  • Acts as primary contact for existing and potential clients, vendors and employees through personal contact, telephone, e-mail and faxes.
  • Organizes and updates both physical and computerized customer data files.
  • Maintains a computerized inventory of all parts and supplies and reorders as necessary.
  • Designs, maintains, prints and distributes advertising media such as brochures.
  • Schedules daily and long term projects and repairs to best suit the needs of the customer.

 

Applications Designer

SIN 132-51

 

        Defines requirements, system options analysis and development of custom computer programs to complete project.

        Functions as Project Manager throughout phases of analysis, design, development, and test integration.

        Designs and presents proposed configuration options.

        Follows through with implementation and training of new or improved systems.

        Languages include: PL/SQL FORTRAN, Visual Basic, C, C++, Perl, HTML, PHP, Java, IDL, ArcView, ArcInfo, MOSIX, Apache, Oracle, J2EE.

        Operating systems include: Windows, Linux, Solaris, Tru64, OS/2.

 

Applications Programmer

SIN 132-51

 

        Defines requirements, system options analysis and development of custom computer programs to complete project.

        Tests and documents work.

        Writes and maintains operator instructions.

        Languages include: PL/SQO, SQL FORTRAN, Visual Basic, SQL Server, C, C++, PERL, HTML, PHP, Java, IDL, ArcView, ArcInfo, MOSIX, Apache, Oracle, J2EE.

        Operating systems include: Windows, Linux, Solaris, Tru64, OS/2.

 

Archeologist I

SIN 899-1

 

        Participates as an archeology crew member during archeological surveys and excavation projects.

        Collects, records, and interprets archeological data in the field, and participates in laboratory processing and analysis activities.

        Assists in the preparation of final descriptive, analytical, and research reports for publication.

        Ability to use computers for data entry and word processing.

        Knowledge of basic archeological field and laboratory procedures including mapping, photography, and collection and handling of artifacts.

        Knowledge of topographic maps and geographic surveying and mapping equipment.

        Knowledge of archeological reconstruction, classification, and cataloging principles, protocols, procedures, and techniques.

        Knowledge of scientific data analysis applications and programs.

        Ability to work independently on standard scientific projects.

        Knowledge of safe operating procedures, regulations, and standards appropriate to archeological work sites.

        Ability to create, compose, and edit written materials.

 

Archeologist II

SIN 899-1

 

        Oversees and leads archeology crew members during archeological surveys and excavation projects.

        Oversees the collection, recording, and interpretation of archeological data in the field.

        Coordinates laboratory processing and analysis activities.

        Directs and assists in the preparation of final descriptive, analytical, and research reports for publication.

        Ability to supervise and train employees including organizing, prioritizing, and scheduling work assignments.

        Knowledge of archeological field and laboratory procedures including mapping, photography, and collection and handling of artifacts.

        Knowledge of topographic maps and geographic surveying and mapping equipment.

        Knowledge of archeological research issues, principles and procedures.

        Knowledge of federal/state laws, regulations, policies, and procedures for the preservation and management of historic/cultural resources.

        Knowledge of archeological reconstruction, classification, and cataloging principles, protocols, procedures, and techniques.

        Knowledge and expertise in one or more fields of an archeological specialty.

        Knowledge of scientific data analysis applications and programs.

        Ability to work independently on standard scientific projects.

        Knowledge of safe operating procedures, regulations, and standards appropriate to archeological work sites.

 

Biological Technician I

SIN 899-1

  • Technical assistance in support of biology program activities.
  • Routine sample preparation and dissection.
  • Management of sample collections by performing regular data processing, entry, and archiving functions.
  • Data and sample collection.
  • Identification of samples using a microscope.
  • Technical services for aquatic sample collections and the establishment of marine habitats.
  • Monitors ecosystem health, maintains water quality, and assures that appropriate maintenance and storage procedures are executed as scheduled.
  • Carries out ecosystem analysis functions and contributes to improvements by assisting with repairs and upgrades.

 

Biological Technician II

SIN 899-1

  • Technical assistance in support of biology program activities.
  • Routine sample preparation and dissection.
  • Management of sample collections by performing regular data processing, entry, and archiving functions.
  • Data and sample collection.
  • Identification of samples using a microscope.
  • Technical services for aquatic sample collections and the establishment of marine habitats.
  • Monitors ecosystem health, maintains water quality, and assures that appropriate maintenance and storage procedures are executed as scheduled.
  • Carries out ecosystem analysis functions and contributes to improvements by assisting with repairs and upgrades.

 

Biologist I

SIN: 899-1

  • Technical assistance in support of biology program activities.
  • Routine sample preparation and dissection.
  • Management of sample collections by performing regular data processing, entry, and archiving functions.
  • Data and sample collection.

 

Biologist II

SIN: 899-1

  • Technical services for aquatic sample collections and the establishment of marine habitats.
  • Monitors ecosystem health, maintains water quality, and assures that appropriate maintenance and storage procedures are executed as scheduled.
  • Carries out ecosystem analysis functions and contributes to improvements by assisting with repairs and upgrades.
  • Maintenance of gear and hardware.

 

Biologist III

SIN: 899-1

  • Advanced data management, processing, and quality control procedures.
  • Data collection on land and aboard research and commercial vessels.
  • Comparison of information in computer data files and databases with raw biological data logs for accuracy, and correctly edits potential recording errors.
  • Provides technical guidance on accurate field sampling and collection procedures and priorities.
  • Management, archiving and storage of biological samples.

 

Biologist IV

SIN: 899-1

  • Advanced data management, processing, and quality control procedures.
  • Data collection on land and aboard research and commercial vessels.
  • Comparison of information in computer data files and databases with raw biological data logs for accuracy, and correctly edits potential recording errors.
  • Provides technical guidance on accurate field sampling and collection procedures and priorities.
  • Management, archiving and storage of biological samples.

 

Biologist V

SIN: 899-1

  • Advanced data management, processing, and quality control procedures.
  • Data collection on land and aboard research and commercial vessels.
  • Comparison of information in computer data files and databases with raw biological data logs for accuracy, and correctly edits potential recording errors.
  • Provides technical guidance on accurate field sampling and collection procedures and priorities.
  • Management, archiving and storage of biological samples.
  • Technical assistance in support of biology program activities.
  • Technical services for aquatic sample collections and the establishment of marine habitats.
  • Monitors ecosystem health and maintains water quality.
  • Carries out ecosystem analysis functions and contributes to improvements.

 

Biotechnology Specialist SIN 899-1

 

        Identify and investigate new and emerging issues and developments in the field of biotechnology i.e. cloned organisms, xenotransplants, and genetic experiments.

        Develop and evaluate strategies for assessing the impact of biotechnology.

        Provide expert technical advice addressing such issues as the impact of genetic modification on the identification of species; cloned organisms, xenotransplants, biopharming; and biotechnological experimentation.

        Consultation on genetic engineering and expression of specific antibodies.

        Specialized knowledge or education in the field of biotechnology.

        Knowledge of history of immunology a plus.

        Experience with DNA purification, amplification, cloning and sequencing.

        Expertise in DNA manipulation, bioinformatics analysis, Perl training and statistical analysis.

        Familiarity with online tools for DNA sequence manipulation and analysis.

 

Computer Programmer/Technician I

SIN 132-51

  • Designs, implements and supports all phases of computer software.
  • Data entry, editing in word processors, spreadsheets and databases.
  • Knowledge of software includes: Word Processors, Excel, Access, ORACLE, MySQL, Foxpro, FilemakerPro, GIS, and GPS.
  • Knowledge of programming languages includes: FORTRAN, C, C++, Visual Basic, SQL, JAVA, HTML, PERL, and PHP.
  • Knowledge of operating systems includes: UNIX, DOS, WINDOWS, VAX, VMS, and Macintosh.
  • Supports fieldwork when necessary for data collection.
  • Maintains electronic databases.
  • Prepares documents for technical readers.
  • Develops and administrates organizational activities.
  • Plans and coordinates meetings.

 

Computer Programmer/Technician II

SIN 132-51

  • Designs, implements and supports all phases of computer software.
  • Data entry, editing in word processors, spreadsheets and databases.
  • Knowledge of software includes: Word Processors, Excel, Access, ORACLE, MySQL, Foxpro, FilemakerPro, GIS, and GPS.
  • Knowledge of programming languages includes: FORTRAN, C, C++, Visual Basic, SQL, JAVA, HTML, PERL, and PHP.
  • Knowledge of operating systems includes: UNIX, DOS, WINDOWS, VAX, VMS, and Macintosh.
  • Supports fieldwork when necessary for data collection.
  • Maintains electronic databases.
  • Prepares documents for technical readers.
  • Develops and administrates organizational activities.
  • Plans and coordinates meetings.

 

Computer Programmer/Technician III

SIN 132-51

  • Designs, implements and supports all phases of computer software.
  • Data entry, editing in word processors, spreadsheets and databases.
  • Knowledge of software includes: Word Processors, Excel, Access, ORACLE, MySQL, Foxpro, FilemakerPro, GIS, and GPS.
  • Knowledge of programming languages includes: FORTRAN, C, C++, Visual Basic, SQL, JAVA, HTML, PERL, and PHP.
  • Knowledge of operating systems includes: UNIX, DOS, WINDOWS, VAX, VMS, and Macintosh.
  • Supports fieldwork when necessary for data collection.
  • Maintains electronic databases.
  • Prepares documents for technical readers.
  • Develops and administrates organizational activities.
  • Plans and coordinates meetings.

 

Computer Programmer/Technician IV

SIN 132-51

  • Defines requirements, system options analysis and development of custom computer programs to complete project.
  • Functions as Project Manager throughout phases of analysis, design, development, test and integration.
  • Knowledge of software includes: Word Processors, Excel, Access, ORACLE, MySQL, Foxpro, FilemakerPro, GIS, and GPS.
  • Knowledge of programming languages includes: FORTRAN, C, C++, Visual Basic, SQL, JAVA, HTML, PERL, and PHP.
  • Knowledge of operating systems includes: UNIX, DOS, WINDOWS, VAX, VMS, and Macintosh.
  • Supports fieldwork when necessary for data collection.

Computer Programmer/Technician V

SIN 132-51

  • Defines requirements, system options analysis and development of custom computer programs to complete project.
  • Functions as project manager throughout phases of analysis, design, development, test and integration.
  • Knowledge of software includes: Word Processors, Excel, Access, ORACLE, MySQL, Foxpro, FilemakerPro, GIS, and GPS.
  • Knowledge of programming languages includes: FORTRAN, C, C++, Visual Basic, SQL, JAVA, HTML, PERL, and PHP.
  • Knowledge of operating systems includes: UNIX, DOS, WINDOWS, VAX, VMS, and Macintosh.
  • Supports fieldwork when necessary for data collection.

 

Courier

SIN 899-1

        Drives or walks between locations.

        Picks up mail and delivers it appropriately.

        Picks up specimens and other materials and delivers them appropriately.

        High School Diploma and Valid Driver's License required.

        Experience driving cars and small vans.

 

Database Analyst and Administrator

SIN 132-51

  • Database setup.
  • Scripting in SQL to query databases and data entry.
  • Database administration.

 

Database Analyst and Administrator II

SIN 132-51

  • Database setup.
  • Scripting in SQL to query databases and data entry.
  • Database administration.
  • Data entry.
  • Experience with Oracle, Mysql, Access and FoxPro.

 

Database Analyst and Administrator III

SIN 132-51

  • Database setup.
  • Scripting in SQL to query databases and data entry.
  • Database administration.
  • Data entry.
  • Experience with Oracle, Mysql, Access and FoxPro.

 

Database Designer

SIN 132-51

 

        Defines requirements and develops complex data architecture solutions.

        Follows through with implementation and training of new or improved systems.

        Languages include: PL/SQL, FORTRAN, Visual Basic, C, C++, PERL, HTML, PHP, Java, IDL, ArcView, ArcInfo, MOSIX, Apache, Oracle 9i.

        Operating systems include: Windows, Linux, Solaris, Tru64, OS/2.

 

Data Editor I

SIN 132-51

  • Edits data for computer entry.

 

Data Editor II

SIN 132-51

  • Edits data for computer entry.
  • Knowledge of Windows.

 

Data Editor III

SIN 132-51

  • Experience with data editing.
  • Knowledge of Windows.

 

Data Editor IV

SIN 132-51

  • Extensive experience with data editing.
  • Knowledge of Windows.

 

Data Editor V

SIN 132-51

  • Extensive experience with data editing.
  • Knowledge of Windows.

 

Deck Hand/Marine Assistant

SIN 899-1

  • Performs navigational and watch standing responsibilities while in port or underway.
  • Operation of winches, reels, windlasses, and booms necessary to scientific operations.
  • Assists in deployment, maintenance, and repair of scientific gear during operations.
  • Inspects gear and anticipates potential malfunctions and hazards to the ship or crew during deployment.
  • Assists in maintenance/repair of the vessels systems and structure which may entail a variety of duties such as painting, carpentry, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing work.
  • Maintains gear and equipment inventories necessary to operational needs and maintenance and repair.

 

Ecologist I

SIN 899-1

 

        Assists with research and monitoring of projects to investigate the environmental consequences of mitigation techniques, spill countermeasures, and remedial activities.

        Assists in developing and evaluating environmental investigation strategies and bioassessment techniques to better characterize potential injuries to coastal resources and marine habitats.

        Improves theoretical and field techniques to predict, obtain, and evaluate data on physical, biological, and chemical processes related to pollutant distribution and behavior.

        Conducts monitoring and research to improve restoration projects, with special emphasis on defining recovery of salt marsh, mudflat, and sea grass habitat.

 

Ecologist II

SIN 899-1

 

        Establish and maintain natural resource damage assessments.

        Assist in developing national policy to improve effectiveness of restoration activities and expand the scale of restoration planning and implementation.

        Establish and maintain regional restoration planning to maximize the benefits of restoration on a broader scale.

        Assist in the improvement activities for restoration of marine and coastal resources.

 

Economist I

SIN 899-1

 

        Evaluation of regulations and implementation of regulations to develop economic analysis for environmental assessments needed to proceed with protection of natural resources.

        Ability to use computers for data entry and word processing.

        Ability to retrieve data with SQL.

        Experience with econometrics, statistics, modeling and analytic software such as SAS or GAUSS.

        Experience with GIS software.

         

Economist II

SIN 899-1

 

 

        Evaluation of regulations and implementation of regulations to develop economic analysis for environmental assessments needed to proceed with protection of natural resources

        Ability to use computers for data entry and word processing.

        Ability to retrieve data with SQL.

        Experience with econometrics, statistics, modeling and analytic software. such as SAS or GAUSS.

        Experience with GIS software.

Editorial Assistant

SIN 899-1

 

  • Manuscript and documentation preparation which includes figures, tables, index, content, references, introductory material, ancillary reports and a completed text.

Environmental Protection Specialist

SIN: 899-1

  • Development and implementation of environmental policy and programs related to water resource development and operations in the United States.
  • Environmental analysis and documentation for water storage, transport and supply, hydroelectric power, and fisheries & wetlands impact mitigation.
  • Policy and program development and implementation for environmental compliance systems related to hazardous materials handling, waste resource recovery, emergency response programs for oil spills, hazardous materials incidents, and environmental remediation and restoration.

Environmental Specialist

SIN: 899-1

  • Development and implementation of environmental policy and programs.
  • Specializes in hazardous materials and oil discharge/release policy for prevention, preparedness, response, remediation and restoration issues.
  • Experience with the development and implementation of environmental policy and programs related to water resource development and operations in the United States.
  • Environmental analysis and documentation for water storage, transport and supply, hydroelectric power, and fisheries & wetlands impact mitigation.

First Mate

SIN 899-1

  • Operates research vessels, fishing vessels, or commercial vessels of at least 50 GRT.
  • Operates in areas of high traffic and varied conditions.
  • Fishery technology/science or marine science knowledge.
  • Knowledge of fishery gear technology.
  • Experience and/or training in diesel mechanics, electronics/wiring, plumbing, deck maintenance, carpentry, metal working and welding, and computer operation.

Gear Specialist

SIN 899-1

  • Technical assistance in support of biology program activities.
  • Assists in deployment, maintenance, and repair of scientific gear during operations.
  • Inspects gear and anticipates potential malfunctions and hazards to the ship or crew during deployment.
  • Assists in maintenance/repair of the vessels systems and structure which may entail a variety of duties such as painting, carpentry, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing work.
  • Maintains gear and equipment inventories necessary to operational needs and maintenance and repair.

Geneticist Technician

 

SIN 899-1

        Studies inheritance and variation of characteristics in forms of life.

        Performs experiments to determine laws, mechanisms, and environmental factors in origin, transmission, and development of inherited traits.

        Analyzes determinants responsible for specific inherited traits, such as color differences, size, and disease resistance to improve or to understand relationship of heredity to maturity, fertility, or other factors.

        Devises methods for altering or producing new traits, making use of chemicals, heat, light, or other means.

        Ability to use recombinant DNA techniques or gene splicing to isolate genetic material from one organism and transplant it into another.

         Researching, developing and testing new methods and products with many potential applications.

 

Geologist I

 

SIN: 899-1

  • Organizing, indexing, and storage of samples.
  • Collection of samples on land and at sea.
  • Maintenance of sample archives.
  • Cataloging and tracking of collection inventories.
  • Data processing and entry procedures.
  • Database creation.
  • Preservation of samples and associated electronic files in an accessible form.

 

Geologist II

SIN: 899-1

  • Quantification and modeling of large-scale shoreline change and other coastal processes.
  • Measurement of coastal responses.
  • Analysis of environmental parameters, and other surveys in the field.
  • Delineation of features from collected aerial data.

Geologist III

SIN: 899-1

  • Conducts field investigations and research.
  • Analyzes summarizes and reviews data.
  • Reports findings, interprets results and makes recommendations.
  • Quantification and modeling of large-scale shoreline change and other coastal processes.
  • Measurement of coastal responses.
  • Analysis of environmental parameters and other surveys in the field.
  • Delineation of features from collected aerial data.

Geologist IV

SIN: 899-1

  • Conducts field investigations and research.
  • Analyzes summarizes and reviews data.
  • Reports findings, interprets results and makes recommendations.
  • Examines documents to verify applicability, legibility, completeness, accuracy and consistency of information.
  • Quantification and modeling of large-scale shoreline change and other coastal processes.
  • Measurement of coastal responses.
  • Analysis of environmental parameters and other surveys in the field.
  • Delineation of features from collected aerial data.

Geologist V

SIN: 899-1

        Conducts field investigations and research.

        Analyzes summarizes and reviews data.

        Reports findings, interprets results and makes recommendations.

        Examines documents to verify applicability, legibility, completeness, accuracy and consistency of information.

        Quantification and modeling of large-scale shoreline change and other coastal processes.

        Measurement of coastal responses.

        Analysis of environmental parameters and other surveys in the field.

        Delineation of features from collected aerial data.

  • Apply relevant archeological/geological mapping and/or surveying.
  • Make use of geological principles, theories, and practices.
  • Use applicable measurement and/or sampling methods and technologies.

Geologist VI

SIN: 899-1

  • Conducts field investigations and research.
  • Analyzes summarizes and reviews data.
  • Reports findings, interprets results and makes recommendations.
  • Examines documents to verify applicability, legibility, completeness, accuracy and consistency of information.
  • Quantification and modeling of large-scale shoreline change and other coastal processes.
  • Measurement of coastal responses.
  • Analysis of environmental parameters and other surveys in the field.
  • Delineation of features from collected aerial data.
  • Apply research methods, techniques, and utilizing other information sources.

Information Technology Architect

SIN 132-51

 

        Establishes overall architecture for information technology project.

        Defines requirements, system options analysis and development of custom computer programs to complete project.

        Languages and Databases include: C++, Perl, FORTRAN, Java, PHP, IDL, ArcView, ArcInfo, MOSIX, Apache SQLForms and SQLReports Oracle Forms, Oracle Application server, standard HTML, scripting and File Transfer Protocol on Unix and Windows-based platforms.

        Operating systems include: Windows, Linux, Solaris, Tru64, OS/2.

 

Information Technology Project Manager

SIN 132-51

 

        Performs day-to-day management of assigned task order projects that involve teams of architects, designers, applications developers and other information systems/management professionals.

        Defines requirements, system options analysis and development of custom computer programs to complete project.

        Functions as Project Manager throughout phases of analysis, design, development, test and integration.

        Languages and Databases include: C C++, Perl, FORTRAN, Java, SQLForms and SQLReports Oracle Forms, Oracle Application Server, standard HTML, scripting and File Transfer Protocol on Unix and Windows-based platforms.

 

Laboratory Technician

SIN 899-1

  • Technical assistance in support of biology program activities.
  • Routine sample preparation and dissection.
  • Management of sample collections by performing regular data processing, entry, and archiving functions.

Mapping and Cartography, Geographical Information Systems Specialist I

SIN: 899-7

  • Creates visual displays and maps of spatial data generated and displayed on a secure website.
  • Organizes, locates, catalogs, and processes data sets for use on GIS maps.
  • Technical assistance provided in the development of web-based data acquisition systems and other mapping applications that interface with data stored in databases.

Mapping and Cartography, Geographical Information Systems Specialist II

SIN: 899-7

  • Develop a database and integrate historic and recent project information.
  • Review project information in the database, and initiate, expand and maintain local research and monitoring efforts.
  • Deliver information on a pertinent matter to resource managers, researchers and the general public through a website, interactive maps, technical publications and public symposia.

Mapping and Cartography, Geographical Information Systems Specialist III

SIN: 899-7

  • Creates visual displays and maps of spatial data generated and displayed on a secure website.
  • Organizes, locates, catalogs, and processes data sets for use on GIS maps.
  • Technical assistance provided in the development of web-based data acquisition systems and other mapping applications that interface with data stored in databases.
  • Develop a database and integrate historic and recent project information.
  • Review project information in the database, and initiate, expand and maintain local research and monitoring efforts.
  • Deliver information on a pertinent matter to resource managers, researchers and the general public through a website, interactive maps, technical publications and public symposia.

Marine Operations and Facilities Coordinator

SIN 899-1

 

        Coordinates and oversees all sea vessel and facilities operations.

        Supports (IT) infrastructures.

        Plans and budgets for maintenance and updating of IT systems.

        Operates and maintains computer systems using GIS and data analyses.

        Supervises construction, repair and renovation.

        Diving operations include: preparing for and conducting field operations, data collection and entry, organizing equipment and demobilizing.

 

Master of Vessel I

SIN 899-1

        Experience and/or training in diesel mechanics, electronics/wiring, plumbing, deck maintenance, carpentry, metal working, and computer operation.

        USCG captain's license for at least 100 GRT, near-coastal operation, or sufficient experience and sea time to acquire such USCG license.

        Experience in the research vessel, fishing vessel, or commercial vessel operations of at least 100 GRT.

        Experience in vessel operation in areas of high traffic and varied conditions.

        Current Certification in CPR/First Aid.

        Knowledge of fishery gear technology/science or marine science.

Master of Vessel II

SIN 899-1

        Fishery technology/science or marine science knowledge.

        Experience and/or training in diesel mechanics, electronics/wiring, plumbing, deck maintenance, carpentry, metal working and welding, and computer operation.

        USCG captain's license for at least 200 GRT, near-coastal operation, or has sufficient experience and sea time to acquire such USCG license.

        Experience operating research vessel, fishing vessel, or commercial vessels of at least 200 GRT.

        Experience operating vessels in areas of high traffic and varied conditions.

        Current Certification in CPR/First Aid.

Mathematician/Technician I

SIN 132-51

  • Mathematical modeling and data analysis for commercial, scientific and academic laboratories.
  • Uses standard and innovative methods to analyze, interpolate, extrapolate and finally summarize data.
  • Designs, implements, and maintains software for financial and budgeting needs.

Mathematician/Technician II

SIN 132-51

  • Mathematical modeling and data analysis.
  • Working with scientists in academia on experimental design and data analysis.
  • Experience with interactive web page design and implementation and writing specialized scripts to collect the data.
  • Writing computer software in FORTRAN and Visual Basic to implement a user-interface in Windows and statistical algorithms in FORTRAN 90.
  • Experience programming in UNIX environment.
  • Languages include FORTRAN 90, FORTRAN 77, C and Perl.

Mathematician/Technician III

SIN 132-51

  • Mathematical modeling and data analysis.
  • Working with scientists in academia on experimental design and data analysis.
  • Experience with interactive web page design and implementation and writing specialized scripts to collect the data.
  • Writing computer software in FORTRAN and Visual Basic to implement a user-interface in Windows and statistical algorithms in FORTRAN 90.
  • Experience programming in UNIX environment.
  • Languages include FORTRAN 90, FORTRAN 77, C and Perl.

Molecular Biologist Technician

SIN: 899-1

        Pursue fundamental problems in molecular, cellular or organismal biology, including vertebrate and invertebrate systems.

         Responsibilities may include the design, development and implementation of a broad range of cell-based assays, and tissue culture techniques to support the generation and characterization of antibodies, for instance.

        Excellent oral and written communication and ability to excel in an interdisciplinary team setting.

        Strong communication skills, ability to work in a multi-disciplinary R&D team and excellent molecular biology technique are a must.

        Development of genetic and disease models, and technology.

        Techniques in standard molecular biology such as sub-cloning, vector design, PCR, recombinant protein expression, restriction enzymes and ligations.

        Experiences in the following areas are considered a plus: cloning, PCR amplification, DNA sequencing, emulsion PCR, enzymology, microscopy and general instrumentation.

Natural Resource Specialist

SIN: 899-1

  • Development and implementation of environmental policy and programs related to water resource development and operations in the United States.
  • Environmental analysis and documentation for water storage, transport and supply, hydroelectric power, and fisheries & wetlands impact mitigation.
  • Policy and program development and implementation for environmental compliance systems related to hazardous materials, handling and waste resource recovery, emergency response programs for oil spills and hazardous materials incidents, and environmental remediation and restoration.

Oceanographer

SIN: 899-1

  • Technical assistance by conducting quality control editing procedures.
  • Statistical analyses.
  • Sampling techniques in the examination of the temporal and spatial relative abundance and distribution of marine organisms.
  • Technical reports and peer reviewed publications based on analysis and research results.
  • Collection of biological and abundance data and samples at sea.

Program Analyst

SIN 899-1

        Produce, implement, maintain, and update plans.

        Compile, coordinate and synthesize information on science and research activities for designated programs.

        Plan, coordinate, and facilitate workshops and field expeditions.

        Provide analysis and recommendations on management plans and policy issues.

        Conduct and report on applied research in designated programs.

        Conduct socioeconomic assessments at field sites to support management planning, policymaking and decision-making.

Protected Species Analyst

SIN: 899-1

  • Create mathematical models of animal behavior.
  • Data analysis and data simulation.

Scientific Programmer/Technician I

SIN 132-51

  • Designs specialized computer software for use in scientific, academic and commercial communities.
  • Maintains inventory database for benthic samples, vertebrates and invertebrates.
  • Maintains habitats and ecocolumns.
  • Provides technical and physical support to scientists.
  • Troubleshoots and fixes equipment.
  • Provides technical and scientific support in a laboratory setting.
  • Collects and archives biological data.
  • Uses standard statistical methods to prepare summaries and reports.

Scientific Programmer/Technician II

SIN 132-51

  • Designs specialized computer software for use in scientific, academic and commercial communities.
  • Maintains inventory database for benthic samples, vertebrates and invertebrates.
  • Maintains habitats and ecocolumns.
  • Provides technical and physical support to scientists.
  • Troubleshoots and fixes equipment.
  • Provides technical and scientific support in a laboratory setting.
  • Collects and archives biological data.
  • Uses standard statistical methods to prepare summaries and reports.
  • Languages include: FORTRAN, Visual Basic, C, C++, PERL, HTML, PHP, Java, IDL, ArcView, ArcInfo, MOSIX, and Apache.
  • Operating Systems include: Windows, Linux, Solaris, Tru64, and OS/2.

Scientific Programmer/Technician III

SIN 132-51

  • Designs specialized computer software for use in scientific, academic and commercial communities.
  • Maintains inventory database for benthic samples, vertebrates and invertebrates.
  • Maintains marine habitats.
  • Provides technical and scientific support in a laboratory setting.
  • Troubleshoots and fixes equipment.
  • Provides technical and scientific support in a laboratory setting.
  • Collects and archives biological data.
  • Uses standard statistical methods to prepare summaries and reports.
  • Languages include: FORTRAN, Visual Basic, C, C++, PERL, HTML, PHP, Java, IDL, ArcView, ArcInfo, MOSIX, and Apache.
  • Operating Systems include: Windows, Linux, Solaris, Tru64, and OS/2.
  • Experience designing Windows user-interface in Visual Basic and implementing mathematical models in FORTRAN 90.

System Administrator I

SIN 132-51

  • Daily computer administration for all operating systems.
  • Scripting, programming and web site maintenance.

System Administrator II

SIN 132-51

  • Daily computer administration for all operating systems.
  • Scripting, programming and web site maintenance.
  • Experience with the following operating systems: OS/2, Linux, Tru64, Solaris, and Windows. Shells: tcsh, csh, ksh, bash.
  • Knowledge of the following languages: PERL, FORTRAN, Visual Basic, C, C++, Java, HTML, PHP.
  • Proficiency with the following databases: ORACLE, Mysql, Access, FoxPro.

 

System Administrator III

SIN 132-51

  • Daily computer administration for all operating systems.
  • Scripting, programming and web site maintenance.
  • Extensive experience with the following operating systems: OS/2, Linux, Tru64, Solaris, Windows. Shells: tcsh, csh, ksh, bash.
  • Extensive knowledge of the following languages: PERL, FORTRAN, Visual Basic, C, C++, Java, HTML, PHP.
  • Extensive proficiency with the following databases: ORACLE, Mysql, Access, FoxPro.

 

Systems Developer I

SIN 132-51

  • Defines requirements, system options analysis and development of custom computer programs to complete projects.
  • Functions as Project Manager throughout phases of analysis, design, development, test and integration.
  • Designs and presents proposed configuration options.
  • Follows through with implementation and training of new or improved systems.

Systems Developer II

SIN 132-51

  • Defines requirements, system options analysis and development of custom computer programs to complete projects.
  • Functions as Project Manager throughout phases of analysis, design, development, test and integration.
  • Designs and presents proposed configuration options.
  • Follows through with implementation and training of new or improved systems.
  • Extensive programming experience.
  • Languages include PL/SQL, SQL, FORTRAN, Visual Basic, C, C++, PERL, HTML, PHP, Java, IDL, Arc View, Arc Info, MOSIX, Apache, and Oracle.
  • Operating systems include Windows, Linux, Solaris, Tru64, and OS/2.

Systems Developer III

SIN 132-51

  • Defines requirements, system options analysis and development of custom computer programs to complete projects.
  • Functions as Project Manager throughout phases of analysis, design, development, test and integration.
  • Designs and presents proposed configuration options.
  • Follows through with implementation and training of new or improved systems.
  • Extensive programming experience.
  • Languages include PL/SQL, SQL, FORTRAN, Visual Basic, C, C++, PERL, HTML, PHP, Java, IDL, Arc View, Arc Info, MOSIX, Apache, and Oracle.
  • Operating systems include Windows, Linux, Solaris, Tru64, and OS/2.

Technical Editor I

SIN 899-1

        Writing or editing technical materials, such as reports on research findings, scientific or technical articles, news releases and periodicals; regulations in technical areas, technical manuals, specifications, brochures and pamphlets; or speeches or scripts on scientific or technical subjects.

        Knowledge of a particular subject-matter area, such as the natural or social sciences, engineering, or law.

        Development of information and analysis to select and present information on the specialized subject in a form and at a level suitable for the intended audience.

        Manuscript and documentation preparation which includes figures, tables, index, content, references, introductory material, ancillary reports and a completed text.

Technical Editor II

SIN 899-1

        Writing or editing technical materials, such as reports of research findings, scientific or technical articles, news releases and periodicals; regulations in technical areas, technical manuals, specifications, brochures and pamphlets; or speeches or scripts on scientific or technical subjects.

        Knowledge of a particular subject-matter area, such as the natural or social sciences, engineering, or law.

        Development of information and analysis to select and present information on the specialized subject in a form and at a level suitable for the intended audience.

        Manuscript and documentation preparation which includes figures, tables, index, content, references, introductory material, ancillary reports and a completed text.

Federal Services offered by Integrated Statistics

Integrated Statistics is a woman-owned company, specializing in computer programming, mathematical modeling, and statistics. In June of 2000 it was awarded a five year contract with the General Services Administration (GSA).

Contract numbers:

Information Technology GS-35F-0461K

 

Environmental Services GS-10F-0395N

 

To name just a few of the kinds of quality professionals we can place on government projects:

  • Computer Programmers
  • Mathematicians, Biologists, Geologists
  • Statisticians
  • Technical Writers
  • Science Technicians
  • GIS experts
  • Natural Resource Specialists

Integrated Statistics is on the GSA Schedule for Information Technology Services and Environmental Services.

Simply call, e-mail, or click a link here on our website.

If you call, you will speak with Dr. Laura Shulman who will assist you in defining your requirements and providing you with a quote.

If you e-mail, you will be contacted by Dr. Laura Shulman who will review your requirements and take immediate action to meet your needs.

When deadlines approach and the workload backs up, Integrated Statistics can supply you with professionals to do the work or a support person to free you up from the daily tasks so you meet your timelines. To find the right person just call and tell us about your staffing needs.

Call Integrated Statistics at (508) 540-8560 or e-mail lshulman@IntegratedStatistics.com

Under the GSA Schedule, Integrated Statistics can enter into Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPA's). This is just another cost-effective and timely way in which to satisfy our customer requirements. BPA's eliminate contracting and open market costs such as:

  • search for sources
  • the development of technical documents
  • the development of technical solicitations
  • evaluation of bids and offers


Orders may be placed by electronic mail, phone, paper and/or verbally.

APPROVED STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION (SIC) CODES

We are authorized for computer related services, code 7379.

Applicable Special Item Numbers (SIN), and FPDS Codes


SIN 132-51 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
SIN 899-1 - ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING SERVICES & DOCUMENTATION, ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE SERVICES
SIN 899-7 - GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS(GIS)

FPDS Code D308 Programming Services
FPDS Code D399 Other Information Technology Services, Not Elsewhere Classified

Contract numbers:

Information Technology GS-35F-0461K

 

Environmental Services GS-10F-0395N

 

Integrated Statistics

An Equal Opportunity Employer