Washington, DC – Man-Machine Systems Assessment (MSA) Inc., a leading small business provider of scientific and technical services for Federal, state, local, and higher education institutions, announced that that is has been awarded a emergency management technical support services contract from the Washington Metropolitan Council of Governments (MWCOG).
The purpose of this contract is to design and develop an incident command system (ICS) Practicum course to train incident managementpersonnel within the National Capital Region (NCR) how to conduct ICS-compliant operations for incidents and events involving multiple agencies and/or multiple jurisdictional commands and resources.
“MSA has a strong performance history in curriculum development leveraging adult education techniques with emergency managementprinciples,” said Justin Pierce, MSA’s Director of Homeland Security & Emergency Management Services. “We are honored to partner with MWCOG and its National Incident Management System (NIMS) Officers in creating this very important course to enhance our region’s capability to respond to a catastrophic incident.”
Man-Machine Systems Assessment, Inc. (MSA) is a Minority, Women-Owned, government Services firm providing professional, technical and analytical solutions to Federal, State, Local, and Commercial clients. With over 20 years of experience, they are committed to providing clients with the absolute best solutions to their biggest challenges. They offer subject matter experts, strong program management methodologies, and multiple locations throughout the United States to best serve their clients needs. For more information visit, www.msaincorp.com.