ISC was awarded a multi-year contract with San Antonio OEM to provide emergency management services. ISC will play a key role in enhancing the City of San Antonio’s overall preparedness and ability to respond and recover from a variety of incidents and assist in strategically managing preparedness, response, recovery, and pre-and post-disaster mitigation services during the term of this contract.
ISC was selected by the City of Phoenix, Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, to evaluate the Phoenix Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI), analyze the region’s capabilities, and develop a strategic plan to build capabilities where necessary and tactics to assist with the efficient direct and use UASI resources.
Following Hurricane Irma, ISC was selected to evaluate and identify areas of improvement for two of FEMA’s post-disaster housing programs: the Temporary Sheltering Assistance (TSA) program (using hotels as shelters) and the Shelter and Temporary Emergency Power (STEP) program (short-term, low-cost repairs to make a home habitable). Areas of improvement will be incorporated into our client's Post-Disaster Housing Plan and tested with a tabletop and functional exercise.
ISC was selected by the Franklin County Emergency Management Agency to provide technical consulting services for the update of the county's hazard mitigation plan. The county will be utilizing ISC's Odysseus system to enhance the current plan and assist with future updates. Franklin will also be utilizing ISC's UAV drone services to to analyze hazard risks and assess hazard mitigation alternatives.
ISC was selected to provide comprehensive emergency planning, community preparedness and recovery planning for the Bay Area UASI Region, which includes three major cities (San Francisco, Oakland, and San Jose), twelve counties, and over 100 incorporated cities, a number of special districts, transportation agencies, and several airports.
Hurricane Irma hit the Florida Keys as a Category 4 storm and a second landfall on Marco Island as a Category 3. Irma caused billions of damage throughout Florida and Georgia. In response, ISC mobilized its disaster recovery experts to support communities in assessing the damages to vital infrastructure and government assets and provide technical assistance in the delivery of Federal disaster assistance programs, to include FEMA Public Assistance. ISC is proud to be able to help those communities in need.
In August 2017, Hurricane Harvey devastated the State of Texas becoming the costliest hurricane to date with an estimated $200 billion in damages. ISC's disaster recovery experts have mobilized to Texas to support local communities, utilities, and other vital critical infrastructure sector assets across eastern Texas and the greater Houston area. ISC provide will provide technical assistance in assessing damages and the delivery of Federal disaster assistance programs, to include FEMA Public Assistance. ISC is proud to be able to help those communities in need.
In preparation for the 10 year anniversary of the Witch Creek, Harris, and Guejito Wildfires that occurred in October 2007, ISC was selected by San Diego Office of Emergency Services to conduct a survey of county residents to determine how well County residents are prepared for a disaster or emergency. The survey will utilize scientific research methods to obtain a 95% confidence level with a margin of error of 3%.
ISC was awarded a contract with Hamilton County, Ohio Emergency Management Agency to provide technical services in the update and enhancement of the county's Hazard Mitigation Plan. Hamilton County has decided to utilize ISC's Odysseus system to assist in the update and maintenance of the plan.
ISC was chosen by Niagara County, New York to update the county’s Emergency Operations Plan (EOP). Niagara County faces several unique emergency management considerations including border proximity, immigration, and the tourism economy. In addition to updating the EOP, ISC will also update three Emergency Support Functions to include Access and Functional Needs, Volunteer Management, and Donation Management. Niagara chose to utilize Odysseus to enhance its preparedness program.