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  • 1. Concord, MA – April 26, 2014 — EarthSoft announced plans for a large-scale deployment of its EQuISTM environmental data management software solutions for the U. S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Legacy Management; migration of environmental data for more than 90 facilities from in-house Oracle systems into EQuIS is anticipated. The DOE purchased EQuIS Enterprise 6 Gold, 15 licenses of EQuIS Professional, unlimited Distribution Licenses of EQuIS Data Processor (EDP) and EQuIS Data Gathering Engine (EDGE), and significant services for a phased implementation beginning later this year across their portfolio of sites such as Rocky Flats, Fernald/Mound, Weldon Springs and other facilities. Many of the services will be provided by EarthSoft Business Partner Environmental Standards, Inc., from Valley Forge, PA. The decision to migrate to EQuIS was made upon successful conclusion of an extensive pilot evaluation conducted collaboratively in 2013 by the DOE and consultant S. M. Stoller. EQuIS Enterprise 6 provides the DOE with an extremely robust high-volume commercial environmental data management system specifically configured for comprehensive task management, data checking and loading (EDP), data validation, loading and storage from dataloggers (EQuIS Live), field data collection using EDGE, and flexible reporting and visualization including the Esri web API. EarthSoft CEO Mitch Beard commented that, “This important selection by the Department of Energy confirms that our approach to environmental data management through enterprise workflow automation and power desktop tools is spot on. EarthSoft will continue to listen to our clients and deliver innovative environmental data management software solutions. We are pleased to work with our long-time partner, Environmental Standards, and to forge a new alliance for success with S.M. Stoller on this large, strategic DOE implementation and opportunity.” About EarthSoft: EarthSoft’s EQuIS is the world’s most widely used environmental data management system. For further information about EarthSoft or EQuIS, please visit www.earthsoft.com or email info@earthsoft.com. About Environmental Standards: Environmental Standards, Inc. is a privately-held consulting firm specializing in environmental chemistry, geosciences, environmental data management, emergency response quality assurance oversight, and health and safety support. For further information about Environmental Standards, please visit http://www.envstd.com/about/overview. About S. M. Stoller: S.M. Stoller Corporation is a Colorado-based environmental remediation, waste management and nuclear consulting firm with about 650 employees throughout the United States. In addition to its performing projects nation-wide for the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Department of Energy, S.M. Stoller Corporation performs environmental services for a variety of other private and public clients. For further information about S. M. Stoller, please visit http://www.stoller.com. About Esri: Esri is a global leader of geospatial software solutions; EarthSoft is proud to be an Esri Development Partner. For further information about Esri, please visit http://www.esri.com/about-esri