Areas We Serve
Strategic and Efficient Market Solutions for Complex Problems
IEM is deeply rooted in providing science and technology-based solutions leveraged by real-world experience. Our clients—whether government agencies or private sector organizations—count on IEM to help support the daily challenges they face in meeting defense, health, homeland security and emergency management, IT, nuclear, or transportation needs. The following list provides links detailing IEM’s experience and expertise in these areas.
Staffed with veterans representing all major branches of the military, IEM provides products and services that represent a wide range of defense and national security solutions—including subject matter expertise in CBRNE, counterterrorism/counterinsurgency, modeling and simulation, program management, doctrine development, training and exercises, and research and development.
Our technical expertise and emergency management experience helps homeland security and emergency management groups tackle the safety, security, and protection challenges that they face every day. This includes working with health and medical professionals to ensure that they can provide an effective medical response during a disaster or medical crisis.
IEM’s outcome-focused IT solutions represent the highest levels of efficiency, accuracy, and usability. Deliverables include a full range of products and services, including software development, cybersecurity, staffing, systems integration, GIS/geospatial technologies, learning management systems, QA/IV&V, knowledge management, information assurance, and website/portal development.
Our expertise in radiological preparedness supports federal, state, and local government agencies in improving preparedness for radiological emergencies.
IEM’s experience in multi-modal transportation and state-of-the-art technological solutions give transportation organizations cost-effective planning tools and the means to better manage issues such as evacuation, high travel demand, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), commodity flows, and public involvement in transportation safety and security planning.
Established both nationally and internationally as one of the leaders in emergency management and homeland defense, IEM is motivated and committed to providing the right solutions to meet your needs.
IEM developed One Doc, One Knock as a business consulting and management tool to help application processing for disaster recovery funding run more quickly and efficiently. The One Doc, One Knock service simplifies the interaction between public and private entities in disaster recovery and homeowners by compiling documentation that requires one signature (One Doc) that […]
IEM: Number One in Providing Support for “428” Alternative Procedures In 2013, the Sandy Recovery Improvement Act amended Section 428 of the Stafford Act, authorizing FEMA to enact new Public Assistance Alternative Procedures (PAAP). Commonly referred to as “alternative procedures” or “428”, the new model is intended to reduce disaster costs, streamline delivery and expedite […]
Improving Protection through Science and Innovation WebPuff is a comprehensive Web-based emergency management decision support system designed to aid in planning for, responding to, and recovering from a chemical accident or incident. The Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA) presented WebPuff with an Exemplary Systems in Government (ESIG) Award. WebPuff meets rigorous military and […]