National Operations Center
The Mission of the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM’s) National Operations Center (NOC) in Denver, Colorado, is to provide effective and efficient internal operational and technical program support to our stakeholders in upholding the overall BLM mission of sustaining the health, diversity, and productivity of the public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations.
The center’s 350 employees and 100 contractors contribute to the overall BLM mission by supporting human resources, information technology, geospatial services, finance, and acquisition. These services are delivered through four divisions:
- Division of Business Services (DBS) manages a portfolio of departmental and bureau-level business services… read more
- Division of Human Resources Services (DHRS) provides bureau-wide operational support through four product lines: staffing, classification, processing, and security operations… read more
- Division of Information Resource Management (DIRM) supports the BLM's mission by providing collaborative technical leadership, guidance, engineering, and enterprise administration of BLM information technology (IT) infrastructure to the BLM… read more
- Division of Resource Services (DRS) provides a technical interface between national policy and field operations through scientific and specialized products, resource data stewardship, and technical program support… read more
Unconstrained by administrative and geographic boundaries, the NOC plays a key role to provide technical support and information necessary for the BLM to manage across broad landscapes.
View the Fiscal Year 2016 Quarter 1 Report.
View the Fiscal Year 2015 Highlights Report.
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