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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. […]
Dr. Rashid A. Chotani: Medical treatment for non-coronavirus patients must resume – Here’s how to do it safely
FOX NEWS – To meet COVID-19 head-on, the American medical community has had no choice but to make the pandemic our primary focus, but we are beginning to see that turning our attention away from other illnesses and conditions comes at a serious cost.
TIME – Back in 2001, few Americans had heard of bat-borne coronaviruses, least of all Sid Baccam, the Baltimore-based epidemiologist whose ideas for handling an anthrax attack would later be applied by a team of South Korean doctors racing to find a way to control a COVID-19 outbreak that was rapidly spiraling out of control.
In the pandemic, the threat of natural disasters still looms. The thought of facing both at once worries some who’d be in charge
CNN – It sounds like something out of a thriller script: As the country fights to contain a deadly virus, a hurricane rakes the East Coast, knocking out power, disrupting already tenuous supply chains, displacing residents and further threatening millions of lives.
THE INDEPENDENT – What could be worse than a pandemic overwhelming health care systems and causing global economic collapse? Florida knows the answer: a pandemic that rages into hurricane season.
Read the interview with IEM’s Vice President, Wayne Thomas, on “bring[ing] together the various assets and capabilities that are found in different parts of government, and private sector, to make them work together to meet the needs of a crisis or a disaster.” Read more.
February is earthquake awareness month. Given their unpredictable nature it is important to understand how and where they happen, and how to prepare for a seismic event.
Smart Cities are the vision of the the future. With 60 percent of the world’s population projected to be living in cities by 2050, the need for advanced infrastructure is critical.
The Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues to spread with over 45,000 confirmed cases and 1,100 recorded deaths.