The NIMS Supporting Technologies Evaluation Program
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NIMS STEP Web site
January 2009 NIMS Alert
Responder Knowledge Base (RKB)
EKU College of Justice and Safety NIMS Support Center
EKU News, DHS Testing Laboratory First in Nation to Achieve Accreditation
OASIS Emergency Management Technical Committee
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FL Department of Health
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Office of the Texas Secretary of State, Nueces County Colonia Ombudsman
"This is a useful facility and is one way to bring standardisation in EM."
"Aligns to some of our projects at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab - - we do third party, trusted agent work for DHS S&T also."
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
"Good information for personnel using NIMS."
Vance L. Duncan III
City of Erie (PA), Bureau of Fire
"NISAC is the premiere infrastructure testing facility in the nation if not the world... nothing personal but its amazing that you folks have no knowledge of it. The Department of Energy has built or is building it for the DHS."
"I am now retired but still active so I am keeping up with developments. I had the opportunity to see the center with some of my Kentucky EMAs and was very impressed. Keep up the good work. ICS 300 and 400 are class room delivered. All others I believe can still be accessed and completed on the NIMS site."
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Emergency Services Interactive Systems
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Ventura County OES
Mrs. Osterloh is a member of the National Incident Management System Support Center (NIMS SC) Test and Evaluation staff. She is the task lead for the NIMS Supporting Technology Evaluation Program (NIMS STEP) and works with teams of Subject Matter Experts in homeland security, emergency management, and response as well as engineering staff. In her previous experience with Detachment 1 Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center (Det 1 AFOTEC), Mrs. Osterloh supported multi-year Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration programs and rapid, non-traditional military utility assessments.
About the NIMS STEP Program
The National Incident Management System Supporting Technology Evaluation Program (NIMS STEP) provides an independent, objective evaluation of commercial and government software and hardware products to assist in the implementation of NIMS. Evaluation activities are designed to expand technology solutions and provide the emergency response community with an objective process to evaluate their purchases. Evaluation activities are sponsored by the National Preparedness Directorate (NPD), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The NIMS Support Center (NIMS SC) manages the day-to-day functions of the program under the direction of the NPD's Incident Management Systems Integration (IMSI) Division.