This week, February 20-22, 2019, BOLDplanning is taking part in the 2019 Colorado Emergency Management Conference in Loveland. The event, co-hosted by the Colorado Division of Homeland Security (DHSEM) and the Colorado Emergency Management Association (CEMA), is themed “Putting the Pieces Together.” The theme, appropriate to the State’s 2019-2023 Homeland Security Strategy, supports an integrated homeland security and emergency management strategy built on a ‘whole community’ approach.
So does BOLDplanning, as it consistently works to build, or bolster, a true culture of preparedness for organizations in the Centennial State and across the country.
BOLDplanning is thankful for the opportunity to sponsor this year’s conference, and looks forward to working with Colorado customers like the City of Lone Tree, and Boulder County Health and Human Services in the months (and years) ahead.
But don’t just take it from BOLDplanning representatives, John Taylor and Karla O’Grady, who are in Loveland for the annual event. Read what others have been saying:
“Using the BOLDplanning COOP [Continuity of Operations] platform saves me days of time and takes the chaos out of planning for several departments simultaneously,” says the Emergency Management Coordinator for Boulder County Health and Human Services.
“This tool looks amazing! Now if I can only convince my agency to work it into the budget,” says one Colorado county official.
“COOP, EOP and mitigation planning as an ‘all-in-one.’ What a concept!,” says another.
Special thanks to everyone for making the 2019 Colorado Emergency Management Conference such a huge success—especially our clients across the State. And, congratulations to our drone winner, Jason Biggerstaff, Instructor for TTCI (a wholly owned subsidiary of the Association of American Railroads) in Pueblo. Enjoy your prize!