Attention IFTDSS Users, we apologize for the inconvenience, but IFTDSS is Moving!

IFTDSS Will be Unavailable Beginning May 2nd, 2016

IFTDSS is being transitioned to a new Cloud-based server and will be taken offline on Monday May 2nd. IFTDSS will be unavailable for several days but is anticipated to be back online by the end of the week.

Once the transition is complete, IFTDSS will be located at iftdss.firenet.gov.

Please bookmark this new location. You will be re-directed to the new web address from the current site for a few weeks. Please check back for more information, and thank you for your patience as we upgrade the IFTDSS user experience!

Please excuse any bugs and quirks as we upgrade IFTDSS. Report any new defects or bugs to our FEEDBACK email.

Welcome to IFTDSS

The Interagency Fuels Treatment Decision Support System

IFTDSS is a web-based software and data integration framework that organizes previously existing and newly developed fire and fuels software applications to make fuels treatment planning and analysis more efficient and effective.


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What's New in 2.0.1

  • Shapefile Upload
  • Landscape Hazard Analysis Tutorial
  • Risk Assessment Tutorials
  • Improved Mapping Tools
  • 2014 Interagency Burn Plan Template
  • Landscape File Download
  • Minimum Travel Time Tutorial

IFTDSS didn’t reinvent any of the fire management tools. It just combined the best components of the tools that are out there right now and made them more accessible for the end users.

Jen Croft
Fire Management Officer
Tonasket Ranger District
Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest

IFTDSS is organized around workflows - recipes for common tasks that suggest the best tools to use for each step of the job. IFTDSS offers six workflows so far: data acquisition and editing, hazard analysis, risk assessment, fuels treatment, vegetation analysis, and prescribed burn planning.

Fire Science Digest October 2014

IFTDSS allows for improving the management of fuels treatment through its data management and its incorporation of scientific models.