Concurrent Technologies Corp. has secured a one-year, $1.8 million contract from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to support a mobile-based electronic validation technology the company developed through previous agreements with FEMA.
CTC said Thursday it helped develop FEMA’s Federal and Mutual Aid Emergency Response Official Accountability Tracking System for the agency to identify personnel in the event of an emergency.
The company noted it will produce, integrate and sustain ATS under the contract to help aid disaster deployment, credential issuing and logistics activities of the identity, credential and access management team within FEMA’s Office of the Chief Information Officer.
Ed Sheehan, CTC president and CEO, said the development of ATS represents an effort to transition new technology designed to help address real-world challenges and requirements.
Sheehan added the system plays a key role in disaster and emergency response operations.
CTC will perform contract work through Sept. 14, 2018.