The National Cooperative Geologic Mapping Program (NCGMP) is the primary source of funds for the production of geologic maps in the United States and provides accurate geologic maps and three-dimensional framework models that help to sustain and improve the quality of life and economic vitality of the Nation and to mitigate natural hazards.
The NCGMP represents over two decades of successful cooperation among Federal (FEDMAP), State (STATEMAP), and university (EDMAP) partners to deliver digital geologic maps to customers. Each of these three components has a unique role, yet all work cooperatively to select and map high-priority areas for new geologic maps.
Geologic mapping data from all of North America are presented via the National Geologic Map Database, and a common set of geologic map standards is being developed by the NCGMP in cooperation with the North American Geologic Map Data Model Steering Committee.
Access the application here: https://my.usgs.gov/ncgmp/
NCMGP is divided into 3 user types:
Principal Investigators (PIs) - who will use the app to finalize proposals and verify deliverables
Reviewers - who will use the app to review proposals and provide feedback
Managers - who own the app and are super users (This user help is locked down to a specific set of people).