Due to COVID-19, we currently face an unprecedented time for our nation and the world and as we approach further stages of the Pandemic Interval process. It will be vital for all industry leaders to unite and leverage partnerships & technology to the best benefit of those we serve. To support this effort, Integrated Solutions Consulting (ISC), is continuing to work with our clients & partners to develop tools and technologies to help proactively manage the COVID-19 response and recovery. By leveraging our clients, partners, and technical resources we pledge to do our part to support our nation!
ISC was selected by the State of Missouri to provide a broad range of management consulting needs to the State of Missouri. Although the State of Missouri is requesting ISC to be it's go-to consultant related to disaster and emergency management needs, ISC will also be expected to support the State with other strategic planning, policy development, research studies and data analysis, as well as IT and non-IT project management and training.
The University of Utah recently selected ISC to develop its Hazards Mitigation Plan. Upon contract execution, our Team will work closely with University stakeholders to provide technical consulting services for the update of the university's hazard mitigation plan. The university will be utilizing ISC's Odysseus system to enhance the current plan and assist with future updates.
Following our years supporting similar Native American communities and Tribal Nations, ISC was recently engaged by the Fort Belknap Indian Community (FBIC) to update their Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan. Beginning in 2020, ISC will support the FBIC by providing technical services in the update and enhancement of the Tribe's Hazard Mitigation Plan. Fort Belknap Indian Community has decided to utilize ISC's Odysseus system to assist in the update and maintenance of the plan.
Integrated Solutions Consulting (ISC) developed and facilitated an Emergency Operations Center Functional Exercise for Miami-Dade County that tested various vital aspects of their Special Events Operations and Terrorism Response Planning. This functional exercise was in preparation of the 2020 Super Bowl. The event is expected around a quarter of a million people to the South Florida Region.