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IEM is a prime contractor on the U.S. Army’s Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services (RS3) indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) performance-based services contract that provides customized best-value solutions to a diverse group of organizations that span the spectrum of Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) mission requirements throughout the world. 

RS3 primary service areas include Engineering; Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E); Logistics; Acquisition and Strategic Planning; and Education and Training Services.

Under this IDIQ contract, IEM and other strategic industry partners compete for individual task orders covering a wide range of national security services, including engineering, research, development, testing and evaluation of mission-critical information systems, acquisition, strategic planning, education, and training.

For more than 34 years, IEM has provided data-driven, technology solutions in high-risk environments to help decision makers build safe, secure, and resilient operations and/or communities. IEM’s defense solutions are designed to anticipate the emerging challenges our nation will face in an increasingly globalized and complicated world while supporting defense agencies’ mission of reducing threats to the nation’s national security at home and on the battlefield.

Contract Details:

IEM Contract Number: W15P7T-19-D-0056

IEM Contacts:

Program Director: Abu Talib,

Sponsor Agency: Army Contracting Command/Aberdeen Proving Ground

Agency Website:

Eligible Users: U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Coast Guard services within the U.S. Department of Defense; all Federal agencies; and all Program Executive Offices (PEOs) with requirements in C4ISR areas

Period of Performance: May 15, 2017–May 14, 2022

Geographic Coverage: Worldwide

Contract Ceiling: $37.4 billion


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IEM became one of the first companies to focus solely on emergency management and to use quantitative data and science to inform decisions in emergency management. Over the past 35 years, IEM has grown from a company of one to an employer of over 550 employees, and has provided clients and communities with innovative solutions that produce results and save lives.

The Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program (CSEPP) is jointly managed by FEMA and the U.S. Army. The program ensures maximum protection for the communities surrounding U.S. chemical weapons stockpile sites. Since 1993, IEM has provided program integration services to FEMA and through FEMA to the states and counties that are part of CSEPP.

In 1999, FEMA selected IEM to be the CSEPP onsite Program Management and Integration Contractor. IEM worked with program managers to develop a flexible protection framework that broke down the “maximum protection” mandate into measurable benchmarks. These benchmarks have been adopted by emergency managers in 10 states, 40 countries, and one Tribal Nation.
IEM was awarded a five-year BPA with FEMA to continue working to further CSEPP initiatives between 2000 and 2004. During this time IEM was contracted to develop a secure website to facilitate communication and information-sharing among CSEPP planners nationwide who work in different jurisdictions. The website IEM created now has over 1,000 active users who use it as their primary source of CSEPP information. IEM also developed a demonstration version of an interactive computer-based “game” designed to illustrate the effects of different protective action decisions in a CSEPP emergency to citizens in the Madison County, KY, CSEPP community.

FEMA awarded IEM a second five-year BPA from 2005-2011. IEM was asked to provide CSEPP technical and analytical studies, risk assessments, support for development of programmatic guidance and preparation of reports to Congress. IEM was required to evaluate the Oregon CSEPP community’s readiness in the event of a depot incident. IEM also assisted in the planning and execution of regular readiness exercises and supported pre-exercise meetings. IEM’s work for CSEPP has been recognized on multiple levels. In 2004, FEMA and IEM received a Profiles in Innovation Award for Emergency Preparedness and Response Excellence from GOVSEC (Government Security Expo and Conference). IEM continues to work with FEMA to increase preparedness and achieve measurable results.


QEM uses the information gathered from conducting different scenarios to calculate the risk and impact of implementing different risk-reducing strategies. It pinpoints the actions that are the most effective at reducing risk across a wide spectrum of potential events. QEM allows clients to know the best way to allocate funds and bridge gaps in preparedness without spending thousands of dollars to implement ideas that cannot work.

QEM’s methodology has been applied to hundreds of IEM projects, such as readiness assessments, chemical plant mitigation studies, protective action analyses, and hurricane evacuation planning. The U.S. Army and FEMA have repeatedly used QEM technology to assess strategies to protect citizens in case of an accidental release of chemical agents. DOD’s Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) also utilized QEM to quantify the effectiveness of various chemical defense systems. The software continues to provide valuable solutions to clients.