Capgemini helps public sector clients develop, test and manage processes, plans, and technologies in order for essential operations to continue during natural and man-made events and incidents. We collaborate with our clients to enhance organizational resiliency to meet tomorrow’s challenges.
Preparedness is not a Choice in the Public Sector
Public sector organizations must deliver services and be responsive to their constituents and employees during man-made and natural disruptions. Additionally, Federal agencies must meet Presidential and Homeland Security directives for preparedness and continuity. To meet these needs, agencies need robust continuity of operations and incident response plans and procedures that are developed, tested, and implemented by experts.
Public Sector Resiliency Solutions
Capgemini’s Emergency Management and Organizational Resiliency solutions focus areas include:
- Emergency Management: We help organizations enhance their emergency management program and project management activities for preparedness, mitigation, response, and recovery services.
- Continuity of Operations: We help governmental organizations plan and manage the full spectrum of services needed for continuity – spanning IT service delivery and disaster recovery as well as employee and operations management.
- Risk Management: We help organizations efficiently and accurately evaluate operational risks so that a prioritized decision making process can be used to manage resources.
Our Expertise in Public Sector Emergency Management
Experienced Team: Our team of experts is highly experienced in both local and federal emergency management services. Our team includes Certified Emergency Managers, Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program practitioners, and Emergency Management instructors. We are specialists in the Federal Plan Development Process (FPDP), the Department of Homeland Security’s collaborative planning method used for contingency and crisis planning.
Collaborative Planning: We help the public sector optimize planning potential through the integration of collaboration and coordination practices. We understand that collaboration must start at the planning stages if there is to be cooperation with stakeholders in the response and recovery phases.