THE CRITICAL DIFFERENCE
- Veteran-Owned Minority Business Enterprise
- Certified Participant, U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) 8(a) Business Development Program
Our Expertise: We provide specialized knowledge to federal, state, and local officials in public safety, security, and emergency response all-hazards programs and activities. Our contingency planning services enhance your ability to prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergencies. With a focus on the readiness of people and the protection of property and critical infrastructure, we determine the all-threats, all-hazards risks that your company faces to minimize your exposure while ensuring efficiency in business operations.
Our People: Our cadre of emergency responders, former government executives and contingency planners bring years of government and private sector experience, resulting in specialized knowledge of security programs, anti-terrorism measures, emergency management and all-hazards training, exercise design and delivery, and preparedness and continuity planning. Our certified Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) instructors have trained hundreds of State and local responders in DHS policies and procedures, the Incident Command System (ICS) and the National Incident Management System (NIMS).
Practice Areas: We provide experienced input and program management to personnel and physical security projects, continuity requirements, critical infrastructure protection plans, transportation projects, and incident management/command. We also support international clients with security risk assessments, security policies, training and exercises.
Outcomes Our approach results in outcomes, not deliverables. Being able to determine and evaluate the results of an activity, plan, process, or program in comparison with the intended or projected results allows our clients to continually improve their preparedness posture. Five Step Process
- CPS follows a proven process when engaging with all of our clients:
- Conduct an in-depth assessment of the agency, organization or community.
- Identify the hazards – those that could potentially cause operational interruption, injury, or death.
- Analyze what has been done about these hazards and if these actions are enough to reduce the damage potential to an acceptable level.
- Decide what additional measures need to be taken to reduce harm if an acceptable level has not been met.
- Implement findings through plans, policies, training or exercises.
Our approach results in outcomes, not deliverables.
Plans & Policy
Training & Exercises
We have two offices in the National Capital Region.