WE PRODUCE RESULTS THAT MATTER.
RESULTS THAT SAVE LIVES.
IEM, 1200 employees strong, accomplishes this mission by working closely with government agencies and private sector organizations around the world to improve disaster preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation and long-term recovery. We strive to strengthen homeland security and defense, public health, cybersecurity, energy security, and critical infrastructure. At IEM, our subject matter experts, scientists and digital team, create science-based tools, technology and strategies that help our customers achieve measurable results—saving lives, reducing costs, increasing efficiencies, and facilitating evidence-based decision making.
The largest woman- and minority-owned business of its kind, IEM was founded by current President and CEO, Madhu Beriwal, in February 1985, and was one of the first companies in the world to focus exclusively on emergency management. Ms. Beriwal recognized a distinct need to integrate science and objectivity into decisions about public protection, moving preparedness from a subjective foundation to one based on quantitative data. That vision from over 38 years ago built the company that today is helping government agencies and the private sector save lives. Since inception, IEM has expanded emergency management and disaster recovery to offer a range of services and solutions that also strengthen homeland and national security, improve public health, mitigate threats to our critical infrastructure, and provide equitable, accessible digital citizen services.
IEM’S 38+ YEARS
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IEM utilizes interdisciplinary teams of subject matter experts, scientists, engineers, IT experts, and other professionals who are not satisfied with surface solutions. Our slogan “I Think, Therefore IEM” is more than our tagline; it is our commitment to attract people who have superb technical skills, creative minds, and innovative ideas—and like to apply them for the greater good.