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Veoci and Vue: Facing the Future with Veoci New
Veoci and Vue: Facing the Future with Veoci New

The New Veoci Interface has roots as an engineering “greenfield project” - an initiative that is not constrained by the work already done in the previous interface, which we call "Veoci Classic." Due to its scope, in a lot of ways it has become the defining project of our recent history.

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The “Magic” of Veoci
The “Magic” of Veoci

As the IT market is replete with contenders, it’s important for companies to stand out from the crowd - getting named by Gartner in the Magic Quadrant is a big boost.

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Standardized and Efficient: Emergency Management for an Entire Healthcare System
Standardized and Efficient: Emergency Management for an Entire Healthcare System

Hartford HealthCare System uses Veoci to digitize Emergency Operations Plans (EOP), and make sure they meet Joint Commission, CMS, and OSHA standards.

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Establishing Stronger Resilience in Long-Term Care Facilities
Establishing Stronger Resilience in Long-Term Care Facilities

In the past few decades, resilience has come together through emergency management and business continuity programs. The understanding professionals hold of program must-haves has also changed over time in response to new environmental, political, and regulatory landscapes.

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Veoci and Vue: Facing the Future with Veoci New
Veoci and Vue: Facing the Future with Veoci New

The New Veoci Interface has roots as an engineering “greenfield project” - an initiative that is not constrained by the work already done in the previous interface, which we call "Veoci Classic." Due to its scope, in a lot of ways it has become the defining project of our recent history.

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How Veoci Eases the Return-to-Work Process
How Veoci Eases the Return-to-Work Process

Organizations can't rush into the return-to-work process; it will require considerable thought and preparation. Preventing the spread of COVID-19 is a job all of us, not just medical professionals and public health departments, need to step into. As an institution, your organization can actively work towards reducing the likelihood of COVID-19 by catering its return-to-work to preventative measures..

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Guilford Drives Cost Savings and Efficiencies With Automation and Innovation
Guilford Drives Cost Savings and Efficiencies With Automation and Innovation

The Town of Guilford, CT, discovered a way to dramatically improve the handling of daily operations and tedious administrative duties while maintaining effective communication and collaboration across multiple divisions. 

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Atlas Air's Virtual Method of Collaboration and Response
Atlas Air's Virtual Method of Collaboration and Response

Eric Rynerson, Lead Safety Investigator at Atlas Air, took on the task of transforming and digitizing the organization’s Emergency Response Center (ERC). Like many organizations of its kind, its growth increased the complexity of coordinating an efficient response to emergencies. Luckily, Veoci seemed to be able to help.

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Planning for All Hazards: How Texas SB1614 May Reframe Resilience for Long Term Care
Planning for All Hazards: How Texas SB1614 May Reframe Resilience for Long Term Care

Very few organizations need to be ‘told’ that they need to revisit and streamline their emergency management and business continuity plans any longer; laws reinforce the idea, and new Texas legislation puts the idea of resilience under a new light. 

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How the NOAA GFS Upgrades Benefit Emergency Planners
How the NOAA GFS Upgrades Benefit Emergency Planners

In March 2021, (NOAA) unveiled the latest update to the agency’s weather forecasting infrastructure: WaveWatchIII. This upgrade will help NOAA and other weather forecasting entities predict weather-related disasters.

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How Fort Wayne International Modernizes Operations and Maintenance
How Fort Wayne International Modernizes Operations and Maintenance

Digitization, from forms to whole operations, has swept through most industries over the past decade years, with aviation being no exception. See how Ryan Bauer at FWA tackled the challenge and modernized the airport's operations.

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Practitioner’s Profile: How Lance Lynch Gives Back and Helps Others Grow
Practitioner’s Profile: How Lance Lynch Gives Back and Helps Others Grow

For Lance Lynch, MBA, CBCP, a career in public safety and response should allow a practitioner to not only raise themselves, but the people around them. And through that lens, he’s continually sought out chances to expand that helping reach and increase the positive influence on people through his work.

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Celebrating Public Safety Communicators
Celebrating Public Safety Communicators

Public safety telecommunicators also play important roles in EOCs across the country; their functions within the EOC supply critical information to emergency managers, other EOC players, and citizens as part of the response process. Let’s take a look at that role during this year's National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week.

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Exploring the American Rescue Plan Act
Exploring the American Rescue Plan Act

While ARPA doesn't spell how citizens must spend their stimulus funds, it does provide strict guidelines for the local and state governments receiving benefits from the bill. These spending guidelines are meant to push local and state governments to put the funds back into their community, either directly or through the purchase of tools that make servicing their respective communities simpler and more efficient.

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How NYU Maintains a Common Operating Picture During COVID-19
How NYU Maintains a Common Operating Picture During COVID-19

With just under 59,000 enrolled students and over 19,000 employees, planning and responding to the pandemic have been a challenge, but the NYU team has found a way of controlling the situation and maintaining a common operating picture throughout the organization.

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Earthquake Awareness Month: Preparing for the “Big One”
Earthquake Awareness Month: Preparing for the “Big One”

Despite how prone an agency, municipality, or community is to earthquakes, it’s possible to prepare. Many states and areas across the US dedicate February to earthquake awareness, hoping to prepare their residents and stakeholders for these events.

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How Paramount Pictures Reopened its Gates and Got the Cameras Rolling
How Paramount Pictures Reopened its Gates and Got the Cameras Rolling

COVID-19 has added to the daily operations of many organizations. Organizations now have to continue to keep the lights on and protect their workplace and employees from infection. Fermin Castillo, Global Threat Manager for Paramount Pictures, is the one heading this adjustment for his organization. Safety has always been at the forefront of his role, but now his team’s goal is to get people back to work and make sure the cameras keep rolling.

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Back to School during COVID-19 with Keller Independent School District
Back to School during COVID-19 with Keller Independent School District

Maintaining a sense of normalcy for students throughout this pandemic has continued to be a priority. School districts have been doing all that they can to ensure their students can continue with their education, while maintaining their safety. Chris McLaughlin, Emergency Management Coordinator for Keller Independent School District (ISD) and his team have made sure to adjust day-to-day operations to guarantee that not only can students get back to school, but stay safe in school.

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Pavement Management Programs: Standardizing Runway Maintenance
Pavement Management Programs: Standardizing Runway Maintenance

Runway pavement is one of those essential airport operations. Planes need well-kept pavement to land, take off, and move about a taxi-way safely. And because runways degrade through use and exposure to weather, airfield crews need to monitor pavement conditions and repair deficiencies. Effectively, crews need to operationalize runway maintenance.

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Program Management: A Holistic Take on Healthcare Emergency Management
Program Management: A Holistic Take on Healthcare Emergency Management

Preparedness is important in every industry. But it’s especially so in healthcare, as many people’s health and safety rely on the continuity of services and operations.

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How Higher Education Can Practice Point of Distribution (POD) Exercises
How Higher Education Can Practice Point of Distribution (POD) Exercises

That COVID-19 vaccine will need to be distributed, and local organizations may be tapped to help out. Colleges and universities may be part of that cohort. Participating schools will need to run points of distribution (PODs) to accomplish this. And if a school’s staff is unfamiliar with this type of operation, a practice run is worth their time.

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Revisiting the CARES Act: What It Means for Local Governments
Revisiting the CARES Act: What It Means for Local Governments

Lately, things are moving weirdly fast. We’re less than 3 months away from that December deadline. So if your organization does have leftover funds from the CARES Act to spend, how can your team best use those funds?

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Taking Another Look at ICS in 2020
Taking Another Look at ICS in 2020

The incident command system (ICS), however, was developed in the 1970s, and while it’s been used and occasionally updated through the decades, it’s a good time to ask if we should update it again or if we can identify and address any of its shortcomings.

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