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GRANT MANAGEMENT

The Odysseus™ | GMT provides users with a ready-to-use or customized disaster grant management system to allow your organization to track, administer, and report grant funding and comply to regulatory requirements.

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For almost two decades, the ISC Team has responded to hundreds of natural hazards, man-made disasters, and incidents of national significance to provide technical support to the disaster’s recovery operations. The ISC Team’s catastrophic response and recovery experience includes the 2004/05 Florida hurricanes as well as Hurricanes Katrina, Ike, Sandy, Harvey, Irma; pandemic outbreaks such as H1N1 and COVID-19, and countless number of floods, earthquakes, tornadoes, terrorist attacks, oil spills, and other natural and man-made disasters across the country. Our knowledge of the programmatic guidelines of the 93 disaster recovery assistance programs is unmatched. The ISC Team has leveraged this expertise to develop innovative tools, technologies, and best practices to assist in the management of the procedures, policies and plans that are required by Federal regulations and disaster assistance programs.

How ISC Achieves National Success

  • Investing in state-of-the-art tools and systems to yield maximum project performance

    • Odysseus™ program management and planning systems

    • Unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) with certified and insured pilots

    • Client-specific training and simulations, including table-top and virtual exercises

  • Providing exceptional consulting services that exceed client expectations

    • Access to 93 disaster recovery assistance programs and 500 private and non-profit disaster assistance funding sources

    • Elite industry expert cadre with an average field experience of over 20 years

    • 84% of the ISC team has earned a master’s degree or higher

  • Ensuring Compliance with the Office of Inspector General (OIG)

    • Proven history of transparency and accountability of eligible FEMA disaster administrative costs (DAC) and non-DAC expenditures

    • Custom configuration and system integration to address the client’s unique needs

    • Insider knowledge from ISC staff who were previously employed in financial auditing positions within grant awarding agencies

  • Maintaining strong client and partnership relationships

    • Weekly project status updates

    • Local offices coast to coast

    • Ability to preemptively prepare for future needs through program gap analysis