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Moving Towards Digital Transformation: State & Local Government
Moving Towards Digital Transformation: State & Local Government

An overhaul like digital transformation is always easier to ask for than it is to deliver. So let’s explore what digital transformation for state and local government means, what it looks like, and some of the ideas needed to make it all work.

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Ramp-up Covid-19 Test Kit Distribution in Your Town
Ramp-up Covid-19 Test Kit Distribution in Your Town

What those testing kits packages from federal and state governments lack is a solid plan for distribution. While some towns and cities may be able to repurpose old processes or current infrastructure for this task, many others are left wondering how they can get this shipment of supplies out to their residents.

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In Search of ISO? Look No Further: Veoci’s Journey to 27001 Security Certification
In Search of ISO? Look No Further: Veoci’s Journey to 27001 Security Certification

At the end of July, Veoci completed ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification, gaining prestigious recognition as a company that follows the international standards for information security management systems.

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How to Incorporate Heatwave Preparedness in Shelter Management
How to Incorporate Heatwave Preparedness in Shelter Management

The irksome nature of heatwaves can’t let us forget that they’re also dangerous weather events. With this in mind, how can we mitigate the impacts of heatwaves on both the individual and collective levels?

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Training Management and Personnel Development for the Airfield
Training Management and Personnel Development for the Airfield

Airport employees must complete training course for procedures and equipment to comply with local and federal regulations, and we get to enjoy the good results of that effort.

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Lightning Can Strike Twice: Safety and Response Tips for EOCs
Lightning Can Strike Twice: Safety and Response Tips for EOCs

Thunderstorms are so common in some regions that residents may not take the threat seriously. In other regions, the storms only strike for a short part of the year, so many residents aren’t knowledgeable on how to respond. With that in mind, here are some reminders, or some new safety tips, to remember the next time those dark clouds come in.

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Tracking Minors on College and University Campuses
Tracking Minors on College and University Campuses

What are some challenges that universities face, and what best practices can these institutions follow to track minors and coordinate across campus?

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Budget Season: Tips for an Emergency Management Program
Budget Season: Tips for an Emergency Management Program

January is a key time for many emergency managers in higher education (and other industries). Your budget will soon be due, and it’s time to consider how your department’s funds should be spent. If you want new tech or just resources to help your program grow, now’s the time to push for them. Getting those resources depends, however, on strategically constructing your budget.

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Emergency Safety Tips for Pet Owners
Emergency Safety Tips for Pet Owners

We all love our furry friends, but it can be easy to overlook their safety in times of crisis. Sometimes we aren’t even prepared ourselves, let alone prepared for our pets. Fortunately, there are some basic steps you can follow to ensure your pet’s safety during an emergency.

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Better Building Inspections Through Digitization
Better Building Inspections Through Digitization

The ICC, founded in 1994, provides guidance for creating safe, affordable, and sustainable buildings and communities; the council’s standards also help increase building resiliency worldwide. Regularly updated and appropriately implemented and up-to-date building codes make buildings more affordable, use fewer resources, and create healthy, safe, and resilient places for communities.

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Covid-19 & Higher Education: Two Years Later
Covid-19 & Higher Education: Two Years Later

The higher education system had to quickly adapt to these new expectations. While the Covid-19 pandemic has been baked into our routines, it's an ongoing response with shifting requirements to which we have to adapt.

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Warming Up: Wildfires and Tabletop Exercises
Warming Up: Wildfires and Tabletop Exercises

Tabletop exercises are one of the best tools emergency managers and other preparedness practitioners have at their disposal, and the utility of these dry runs in the wildfire sphere should be no surprise.

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How Hurricane Katrina Shaped Modern Emergency Management
How Hurricane Katrina Shaped Modern Emergency Management

Hurricane Katrina was one of the most destructive natural disasters in United States history, leading to extreme damage and loss of life. The disaster challenged preparedness at every level, revealing gaps in recovery, organization, and response that many EOCs and preparedness programs tried to cover in the future.

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Improving Airport Gate Management Solutions
Improving Airport Gate Management Solutions

Software is a natural fit for gate management, just as it’s been for almost all airport operations in the past decade. If there’s in lesson in those 10 years, however, it’s not every software is a cure-all.

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Navigating the Great Resignation as an Organization
Navigating the Great Resignation as an Organization

This is where the issue reveals itself: the loss of institutional and procedural knowledge. The increase of retirements and resignations means the loss experience across cumulative decades. The generational gap is massive in certain fields and threatens an unprecedented challenge. 

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Balancing Emergency Management, Commencement, and Special Events
Balancing Emergency Management, Commencement, and Special Events

Commencement events are extremely important to graduates and families, but they present a unique set of challenges to the institutions hosting the events. What can colleges and universities do to ensure that these events run smoothly, and what challenges do they need to be on alert for?

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Building a Digital EOC Rounding Checklist
Building a Digital EOC Rounding Checklist

Environment of care (EOC) rounding is just one of the many healthcare operations that shows the industry’s dedication to high standards. As more organizations take this operation on and continue to improve the process, it’s critical that they keep a few principles in mind.

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Moving Towards Digital Transformation: State & Local Government
Moving Towards Digital Transformation: State & Local Government

An overhaul like digital transformation is always easier to ask for than it is to deliver. So let’s explore what digital transformation for state and local government means, what it looks like, and some of the ideas needed to make it all work.

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Building Bridges in Higher Education Business Continuity
Building Bridges in Higher Education Business Continuity

The best way to build a successful business continuity program, especially for the planners in higher education, is by creating a collaborative environment. Having a collaborative program can really benefit a business continuity program and a good business continuity program should be a synergistic effort amongst many departments.

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Communications In Healthcare Coalitions
Communications In Healthcare Coalitions

Healthcare coalitions allow facilities to lean on the healthcare organizations around them in trying times. Ultimately, the “healthcare coalition” idea makes a community more resilient and makes services a constant for the residents that rely on healthcare.

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Operational Resilience is Better than Banking on Luck
Operational Resilience is Better than Banking on Luck

While businesses can’t change their luck, they can plan against the worst intentions of disasters. The low odds of most events are not worth playing, and preparedness and all its price tags are worth the relief they provide when luck turns sour. 

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Does Resilience Technology Need to Adapt to a More Digital World?
Does Resilience Technology Need to Adapt to a More Digital World?

While technology was able to keep up with the demands of the pandemic, the crisis also created new deliverables for technology to meet. With new knowledge, it's worth asking if resilience and continuity technology needs to adapt to the more digital world Covid-19 created.

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Tweed Grows with More Destinations from Avelo Airlines
Tweed Grows with More Destinations from Avelo Airlines

Located in southern Connecticut, the regional airport offers transport to many of the major metropolitan areas on the U.S. Atlantic coast. Avelo Airlines recently opened destinations from New Haven to Florida, and just announced new routes to other major business locales, including Washington, D.C., Raleigh, and Chicago.

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