Are Your Catastrophic Disaster Plans Realistic?
Are you prepared for an event that impacts your children, family, home, community or nation?
IEM works with government agencies and private sector organizations around the world to improve protection and security for lives and infrastructure, and to help states, regions, and communities recover more quickly from disasters. We integrate science, technology, and real-world experience to provide each of our customers with solutions that work and outcomes that matter.
IEM’s Dr. Andrew Coffey and the Internet of Things
If you've been thinking about how the Internet of Things might impact emergency management, read Coffey's recent article in Homeland Security Today, "Thinking Forward: An Internet of Things Primer For Emergency Managers."
IEM Manager serves as Vice-Chairman of TRB Committee on Hazardous Materials
Through this role and his role as chairman of the TRB Subcommittee on Crude Oil Transportation, IEM Manager David Willauer furthers his support for improving public safety as it relates to the transportation of hazardous materials. Read more.
IEM’s Jon Mabry Talks About Katrina Recovery
The former COO for the Mississippi Development Authority’s Disaster Recovery Division, Jon Mabry, reflects on what it took to get MS back on track, and even better than it was before. Read more.