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We provide solutions to government agencies to improve their preparedness and response capabilities for potential challenges and unexpected events.

Our solutions aim to promote stability and security by delivering training, exercises, plans, and policies to ensure the agencies' continued operations.

This helps the agencies to be better equipped to handle and respond to incidents, minimize their impact, and restore normal operations as quickly as possible.


Helps government agencies be better prepared for and respond to various types of emergencies such as natural disasters, health pandemics, or other hazardous situations. Training aims to provide agencies with knowledge and skills to help protect themselves and others during an emergency and to facilitate a more efficient and effective response.

There are several types of training, including:


Increases preparedness and safety, tests contingency plans and emergency response procedures, develops team cohesion, improves communications and evaluating and refining skills. Exercises help ensure that agencies are familiar with emergency procedures and ready to respond in the event of an actual emergency.


An effective risk management and safety plan includes identifying potential threats, developing preparedness strategies, and coordinating response activities during an emergency. Having such plans in place helps to reduce potential harm and increase preparedness for emergencies.

An Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) is a comprehensive plan that outlines how an organization will respond to and recover from a disaster or emergency event. It includes procedures for emergency management, communication, evacuation, medical response, and recovery operations.

There are several types of emergency plans, including:


A set of rules or guidelines that dictate how an agency should operate. Policies are put in place to ensure that actions are taken in a consistent and controlled manner, and they provide guidance on the decision-making process and the actions that should be taken in specific situations. They are often reviewed and updated on a regular basis to ensure that they remain relevant and effective.

Some common types of organizational policies include:

Continuity of Operations (COOP)

Aims to maintain critical functions and services during and after an emergency or disruption. It involves identifying essential functions, developing migration plans, preparing facilities and having backup sites, and testing and exercising to ensure readiness. COOP is important for preserving organizational stability and earning public confidence.

A COOP (Continuity of Operations Plan) typically includes the following elements:

Program Management

The process of managing multiple related projects in a government agency, with the goal of aligning resources, overseeing progress, and ensuring that the projects contribute to the agency's mission and strategic goals. It involves collaboration with stakeholders and coordination of resources to achieve desired outcomes.

The elements of program management CPSI brings include:

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