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IEM Builds Rapid Response Cadre and Names Managers

RESEARCH TRIANGLE, NC, October 10, 2017 – IEM announces the launch of a new Rapid Response Cadre – a team of experienced professionals in disaster response and recovery who are available for deployment before, during, or after a disaster or emergency event. The Cadre is designed to further cement IEM as the leading firm providing emergency management and disaster recovery services across the United States and internationally.

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