Orchestrating complex data and systems in time-sensitive,
Definitive Logic’s Emergency Management (EM) practice combines domain expertise and data analytics to build more resilient communities against both natural and man-made disasters. Our capabilities help organizations maximize current and future investments in support of all EM phases: Preparedness, Response, Recovery, and Mitigation. We “meet customers where they are” to build or modernize information technology (IT) solutions quickly and efficiently, resulting in safer communities.
Leveraging data to scientifically reduce loss of life and property, lessening the overall impact of future disasters (natural and man made). For mitigation to be effective, organizations need the ability to act now (before the next disaster) to reduce human and financial consequences later. We deliver the tools and expertise needed to be more proactive, so organizations are better equipped to anticipate and mitigate risks in advance.
Pursuant to the Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act of 2018 (P.L. 115-435), Definitive Logic helps organizations “develop and maintain a comprehensive data inventory for all data assets created by or collected by the agency” in a cost effective and efficient manner. Data is the lifeline of any organization and must be properly identified, collected, integrated, distributed, and managed to serve as a credible source of information. Definitive Logic’s data management and governance expertise transforms raw data into actionable information, empowering stakeholders to make defensible decisions with confidence.
Given the vital role grant programs play in helping communities plan and prepare for disasters, it’s critically important to fund projects with the greatest expected return on investment (ROI). We help organizations direct grant funds to the most appropriate needs resulting in better outcomes. Our experience with grants management (to include both disaster and non-disaster programs) as well as the data science techniques necessary to separate signal from noise help organizations award grants that produce optimal results.
NEMA provides an analysis of the budget just released by the president at the State of the Union address, and members use the forum to learn more about the budget proposals, including impact on emergency management. During the meeting, the NEMA Legislative Committee identifies legislative priorities for the year in accordance with the budget request and proposed legislation.
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Emergency Management Practice Director
Mark is an Army veteran with almost 30 years of experience architecting and building enterprise systems in the federal government and commercial sector. As a seasoned analytics professional, he has a wealth of software development, consulting, and leadership experience helping clients extract value from data, with special emphasis on emergency management.