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 support deliberate and adaptive planning and technical assistance for a variety of emergency management programs and initiatives in support of the Department of Homeland Security/Federal Emergency Management Agency (DHS/FEMA), Response Directorate. Under the Response Directorate, the Planning and Exercise Division directly supports Headquarters, Regional, and Interagency planning and exercise initiatives that enable the Agency to provide a successful Federal operational response and recovery capabilities for disasters and catastrophes that vary in size, scale, and effect.
ISC was recommended for award the re-compete contract for All Hazards Preparedness, Planning, Consulting and Recovery Services by the Houston-Galveston Area Council. H-GAC is the regional organization through which local governments consider issues and cooperate in solving area wide problems. In addition, they administer the HGACBuy program. HGACBuy strives to make the governmental procurement process more efficient by establishing competitively priced contracts for goods and services, and providing the customer service necessary to help its members achieve their procurement goals.
ISC was awarded a multi-year professional services contract with Chicago Office of Emergency Management & Communications. Chicago OEMC determined that ISC demonstrated strong expertise and experience for all service categories provided under this contract to include: emergency planning, emergency response and preparedness training, and exercises.
ISC, through its teaming partner, was selected by FEMA’s Office of Federal Disaster Coordination (OFDC) to provide professional consulting services to include analytical and technical support to improve the recovery of the impacted states through coordination with the FDRCs and RSF field representatives. The FDRC leads the Federal Government’s effort to develop a Recovery Support Strategy (RSS) that supports the recovery needs of impacted communities, State and Tribes. This is accomplished by facilitating high-level coordination of RSF Agencies tasked with conducting disaster impact analysis for their respective areas of responsibility.
Illinois Region 8 Healthcare Coalition has engaged Integrated Solutions Consulting (ISC) to develop a capability based Regional Medical Disaster Plan. The project incorporates both HPP and PHEP aligned capabilities as well as integration to the State of Illinois Emergency Operations Plan and ESF 8-Public Health and Medical Annex. The plan identifies, roles and responsibilities as well as establishes a framework for enhanced coordination and information sharing during emergencies.
Integrated Solutions Consulting (ISC) to develop Hospital Evacuation Guides for the State of Illinois. The project includes numerous facilitated planning discussions with State, Region, County, Municipal, Hospital, and EMS stakeholders. The guide has clarified response roles and serves as a tool for the Regional Hospitals to standardize elements of an hospital evacuation to enhance mutual aid response during a complex and challenging event such as a hospital evacuation.
Waukesha, Wisconsin developed their hazard mitigation plan in 2010. Five years later, ISC is working with county emergency managers to not only update the hazard mitigation plan in accordance with state and federal standards, but to enhance its mitigation program and ease of future updates with ISC’s ODYSSEUS technologies.
The counties of Valley, Roosevelt, Daniels and Sheridan have selected ISC to develop their hazard mitigation plans. Taking a regional approach to hazard mitigation planning provides an opportunity to develop mitigation strategies that benefit the region, project efficiency, and an opportunity to leverage post-disaster funding.