Consulting firm IEM wins major national security services contract

19 March 2019 2 min. read
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Morrisville, North Carolina-based technology and management consultancy Innovative Emergency Management (IEM) has been awarded a $37 billion US Army contract to support an array of Department of Defense national security services.

IEM was one of the first consultancies to focus exclusively on emergency management since its 1985 foundation. The data-driven firm has expanded into delivering solutions and services in homeland defense, counterterrorism, transportation, and public agency performance. IEM provides its public sector clients with planning, modeling, program management, IT, software, research and analysis, communications, and training services.

The firm has worked with clients in 15 countries and across all 50 US states. It has completed many high-profile engagements, including serving as program manager for New York State’s $1.2 billion housing recovery program to repair and rebuild homes damaged by Hurricane Sandy. The firm has 10 offices in the US, as well as one in Puerto Rico.Consulting firm IEM wins major national security services contract

IEM's US Army contract will support DoD national security services delivered through the Army’s Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services (RS3) indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract.

Through the IDIQ contract, IEM will compete for individual task orders with other awardees, with a wide range of national security services contracts up for grabs inplanning, research, development, logistics, engineering, and training.

The RS3 multiple-award contract, which has a 10-year ordering period, is administered by the Army Contracting Command, Aberdeen Proving Ground. IEM will aim to provide engineering support services to command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance missions, as well as other programs executed by the DoD and other federal agencies.

"We are proud to win a prime contractor position on this vital national security contract," Madhu Beriwal, IEM president, CEO, and founder, said. "This effort will provide IEM opportunities to deliver energy, agility, innovation – and above all outcomes – to a vital US Army mission area. We look forward to providing robust and affordable technical solutions to planners and decision makers, and most importantly, the warfighters serving our nation."

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