ALEXANDRIA, VA, January 30, 2018 – Robbins-Gioia, LLC (RG) was awarded a sole source, three-year contract for the sustainment of the Emergency Management Command and Control System (EMC2) for the U.S. Air Force. RG originally developed the EMC2 application to establish a real-time tracking system of personnel during an emergency or other incident, while protecting personally identifiable information (PII). 

Working from the Ogden Air Logistics Complex (ALC), Hill AFB, UT, RG will provide program management, technical programming, requirements management, configuration and change management, system testing and sustainment, and training.  “RG is very pleased to continue our support for EMC2.  This innovation was recognized in 2017 as one of the Top 30 Finalists from ACT-IAC’s Igniting Innovation event and we will make further enhancements as this program grows in the future,” says Jeff Philippart, RG’s Director of Defense Business.

The U.S. Air Force emergency operations center can use EMC2, which mandates Smart Card access and data encryption, to identify the location and status of ALC personnel based on their work assignment to quickly and accurately produce accountability for over 8,500 personnel, while mitigating the potential exposure of PII to loss or misuse.

At RG, we provide management consulting, managed services, and JFAST software. We partner with our clients to test and refine every solution to meet their exact needs. We take pride in tackling complex management challenges with fresh and innovative insights and in transforming our clients’ vision into reality.