IEM offers states, cities and counties that are recovering from catastrophic wildfires unparalleled experience and administrative skill in disaster planning and recovery. IEM is unique among emergency management firms for its cadre of over 200 in-house, all-hazards disaster recovery planning and recovery experts. Over its 33-year history, IEM has amassed an unrivaled degree of hands-on disaster recovery experience and is now an industry leader in helping protect people and communities, accelerating recovery and serving survivors.
From all-hazards plans to FEMA Public Assistance and Individual Assistance grants to Stafford Act mitigation projects, IEM can expertly manage federal, state and foundation grants to maximize their value to recipients in cities, counties and states. IEM experts bring together the latest in data management, GIS mapping, remote sensing and modeling and simulation technology to identify vulnerable areas, anticipate disaster damages, and develop data-driven recovery and mitigation plans.
IEM has supported thousands of emergency management projects, including disaster planning, recovery and mitigation. Our work across the emergency management spectrum has spanned planning, training, exercises, stakeholder engagement, grants management, recovery planning and execution, and crisis communications. IEM wildfire management services include infrastructure vulnerability assessments, emergency operations center operations protocol development and training, communication plans, debris clearance and removal, local hazard mitigation plans, and recovery plans.