OFFICE OF PEOPLE ANALYTICS (OPA), HEALTH AND RESILIENCE (H&R) DIVISION
Suicide continues to be a reality in the Military, and one that FMG is working hard to help eliminate. Among the different types of research programs for the Office of People Analytics (OPA), one of particular note is studying Service members who experience active and passive suicidal ideations and the influence of external factors such as marital status, family member involvement, and financial situations. FMG, working with OPA’s Center for Health and Resilience (H&R), provides continuous research support in the effort to end these outcomes and ensure Service members have the mental capacity to remain mission ready.
FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY (FEMA)
Working on-site at Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) regional headquarters around the country, FMG is designing and delivering multiple programs in support of the agency’s National Preparedness Goal to educate and empower local area civilian first responders to assist their communities during times of natural and man-made disasters. Designing courses, such as business continuity and blood control and tourniquet use, and delivering them to thousands of people across the country, FMG continuously assists in maintaining our communities’ preparedness and resiliency for times of need.
FMG is helping to ready the nation for catastrophic disasters and building a culture of preparedness with custom courses for THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE across the country.
FEMA NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS ASSESSMENT DIVISION (NPAD)
FEMA NPAD advances disaster preparedness by assessing and communicating the investments, activities, and accomplishments of the Whole Community. FMG conducts research through the National Risk and Capability Assessment (NRCA) to collectively paint a picture of national preparedness; a comprehensive grant evaluation program, and FEMA’s Continuous Improvement Program (CIP), which advances continuous improvement through a defined process applied by trained personnel across the disaster life cycle.