ITC designs, builds and presents focused software and service solutions that light the path to success, leadership and growth while meeting your budgetary and operational requirements.
ITC is a leading provider of daily decision support and resiliency solutions for the business, government and local community sectors. We specialized in building customized solutions that meet our client’s requirements for information management and decision support. ITC is committed to provide the greatest benefit at the most reasonable cost to our customers.
ITC proudly presents a revolutionary innovation in adaptive decision support systems.
ITC understands and addresses social, economic, cultural and environmental issues.
ITC is proud to have many years of first-hand field experience in responding to crisis events worldwide.
Responding to a request from the FBI and in partnership with the Los Angeles Emergency Preparedness Foundation, ITC worked on-site to feed first responders and FBI investigators over a period of two weeks. ITC also provided situational awareness data for FBI InfraGard members.
ITC Crisis Team members responded on-site supporting the delivery of supply logistics and family reunification software while interfacing with government and military leaders. ITC also deployed its team of psychological trauma doctors to address mental health cultural and social issues.
ITC supported numerous clients including the State of Louisiana, LSU (26 campus locations) and commercial businesses. ITC wrote and coordinated FEMA grant requests totaling over $50M. ITC assisted in the compiling of data from 52 displaced person’s websites and worked to recover a major manufacturing operation in Long Beach, Mississippi.
ITC responded on-site to India, Indonesian, Sri Lanka and Thailand. ITC supported the development of new open source software to identify and locate displaced families. ITC trauma doctors worked with the National Child Protection Authority to develop mental health and child protection programs for those working in the disaster area.
ITC supported the EOC operations setup in Pier 92. ITC helped to develop code to handle fatality tracking along with the receipt, storage, and distribution of equipment for first responders. ITC provided resources which supported the City of New York in the operation of their family assistance center.
ITC assisted with the relocation of occupants from the Alfred P. Murrah building along with local businesses that suffered significant damage. ITC also worked on the rapid restoration of the Federal Court House building.
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