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Research Triangle Park, NC — Today, IEM announced that Earl Randall, III, has joined IEM as the Director of Community Development Block Grants – Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) Compliance and Monitoring. Prior to joining IEM, Randall served as U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Field Office Director for the state of Louisiana from […]
Competing in the Large Business Category for the First Time, IEM Ranked 11th Overall BATON ROUGE, LA, September 26, 2018 – IEM was recently named as one of the 2018 Best Places to Work in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The awards program is a project of the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report and the Greater Baton […]
TAMPA BAY TIMES – “It puts an additional burden on emergency managers and community leaders to find emergency solutions,” former Florida emergency management director Bryan Koon, who now works at the consulting firm IEM, “particularly in a market where rental space is already hard to find.”
FOX NEWS – President Trump recently announced Operation Warp Speed, an initiative aimed at achieving a completed vaccine for the novel coronavirus by the end of 2020.Not only does the president want the vaccine to be tested and ready by the end of the year, but also for it to be made available for distribution and administration – all in an affordable way.
WALL STREET JOURNAL – States paid inflated prices for coronavirus gear after FEMA advised them to purchase on their own: ‘This is devastating their budgets’
IQT Quarterly publishes IEM’s Dr. Serge Olszanskyj’s article on maximizing behavior analysis with massive multi-sensor networks. More.
The spread of misinformation and disinformation or “fake news” during a disaster can cause confusion and pose a threat to public safety.
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.