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RESEARCH TRIANGLE, NC, March 15, 2019 – Today, IEM—a tech-enabled global homeland security and disaster management consulting firm—announced it was awarded a $37 billion U.S. Army contract to support a wide array of Department of Defense national security services through the Army’s Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services (RS3) indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract. […]
Former Deputy Secretary of U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Pamela Hughes Patenaude Joins IEM as Senior Community Liaison
Experienced Housing and Public Policy Expert Joins Tech-Enabled Global Consulting Firm as Senior Advisor RESEARCH TRIANGLE, NC, March 12, 2019 – Today, IEM—a tech-enabled global homeland security and disaster management consulting firm—announced the addition of Pamela Hughes Patenaude as Senior Community Liaison, where she will serve as a senior advisor for the company’s housing and […]
NBC NEWS – The Federal Emergency Management Agency is planning for the possibility that President Donald Trump could make an emergency declaration to bring in extra funds and personnel to assist the administration’s coronavirus response, according to internal documents obtained by NBC News.
DALLAS MORNING NEWS – As more Texans test positive for coronavirus disease 2019, state lawmakers and health advocates have begun to ask whether — and when — Gov. Greg Abbott might declare some kind of emergency.
BARRON’S – As the coronavirus spreads, the economic fallout will depend in part on the type of emergency declarations made by the federal, state, and local governments.
CNN – As concerns over the coronavirus outbreak grow across the country, state officials and the White House have been in ongoing discussions about whether to declare a disaster or emergency declaration — a move that would, among other things, make it easier to release funds.
IEM’s AirOps team has been on the ground and in the air supporting response and recovery operations in the Caribbean since Hurricane Irma. The team also helped with evacuations before Hurricane Maria made landfall.
IEM has been selected as a prime contractor to support DHS through the Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions II (EAGLE II) contract. EAGLE II includes multiple awardees, providing DHS with streamlined access to innovative private-sector expertise for IT support. Read more.
The Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues to spread with over 45,000 confirmed cases and 1,100 recorded deaths.
Experts weigh in on science and technology why the United States is falling behind in S&T and what needs to be done to restore the country’s status as a leader in technology innovation.
LinkedIn partnered with The National Cyber Security Alliance to host Data Privacy Day 2020: A Vision for the Future, a series of panels celebrating data privacy.
IEM worked with the North Carolina Emergency Management Division’s Information and Planning Section to complete a five-year hazardous materials study series for the state’s nine Domestic Preparedness Regions (DPRs). The study provides an assessment of the hazardous materials risks near critical facilities such as schools, public buildings, congested transportation routes, and areas with large population […]
Under contract with the Alabama Emergency Management Agency (AEMA), IEM worked closely with state and local emergency managers and first responders to establish a comprehensive exercise program for both natural and human-caused hazards.
IEM was tasked by the National Emergency Management Association (NEMA) to develop and implement a training curriculum to provide State Agency Directors with instruction on the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and the Incident Command System (ICS). Training has been successfully delivered in 11 states, with the ultimate goal of having the training curriculum available […]