BOLDplanning Conducts Workshops, Leaves Pennsylvania Senate More Resilient and Better Prepared

Ensuring the continuity of a legislative body is not something BOLDplanning takes lightly. Neither does the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and Secretary of the Senate, Megan Martin. She, along with several others, recently made the decision to make the Senate body a more resilient and prepared organization. And BOLDplanning, of course, was (and is) there to help every step of the way.

Just this week, BOLDplanning Operations Manager, Will Minkoff, and Customer Success Program team member, Karla O’Grady, held two plan development workshops to ensure the group’s understanding of the continuity plan and its execution.

At BOLDplanning, we take our role in such projects to heart, and do everything within our power to ensure our clients’ success. We are thrilled to support the emergency/continuity planning efforts of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and look forward to helping others at all levels of government and across the nation to achieve their continuity planning goals as well.


BOLDplanning Takes Next Big Step to Finalize COOP Project in Georgia

The BOLDplanning team is happy to announce that we’re now putting the finishing touches on a project that will support the resiliency of one of the most populous and traveled-to cities in America—Atlanta, Georgia. Not so long ago, the Atlanta-Fulton County Emergency Management Agency (AFCEMA) contracted with BOLDplanning to develop a Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) for its critical county departments. And just last week, BOLDplanning CEO, Fulton J. Wold, personally concluded plan finalization workshops to move the project toward completion.

BOLDplanning, as always, is thrilled to be involved in such important public (and private) sector planning initiatives. The company currently works with several clients throughout the Atlanta Metro area (five out of seven metro counties), and across the entire U.S. On behalf of BOLDplanning, thank you, AFCEMA, for the opportunity to help you take the next step toward building a better, stronger emergency planning strategy.

We look forward to assisting in the months and years ahead!

BOLDplanning Attends Colorado EM Conference

The Colorado Emergency Management Association hosted its annual conference this week in Colorado Springs. BOLDplanning has attended this conference every year for the past six years. We are very proud of our Continuity of Operations (COOP) and Emergency Operations (EOP) work for clients on Colorado’s Front Range.

Congratulations to Scott Gladden with El Paso County Public Health for winning the DJI Spark Drone given away in our booth! Enjoy!

Prince George’s County, MD and BOLDplanning Partner Together to Develop COOP/COG

Prince George’s County, MD recognizes the importance of continuity planning. The county chose BOLDplanning to help it become a more prepared community. BOLDplanning Global Solutions team member Cassandra Wolff led a two-day plan development workshop for Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP) using our industry leading online platform.

Pictured are leaders from Prince George’s County and BOLDplanning staff.

Master the Disaster Welcomes Top Federal Officials

BOLDplanning was thrilled to be invited to participate in Master the Disaster, a conference hosted by the Ventura County (CA) Health Care Agency. Among the notable speakers were former FEMA Deputy Administrator Richard Sorino and Deputy Director Robert Ruiz from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Thank you Ventura County for being a great Continuity of Operations (COOP) and Emergency Operations Planning (EOP) customer.

Phoenix and Maricopa County Continue Preparedness Workshops

Maricopa County, Arizona and the City of Phoenix, Arizona continue their commitment to recovering from a disaster or disruption with another series of Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) workshops. These workshops were facilitated by BOLDplanning Global Solutions staff members Matt Eyer and Brittney Whatley.

Work Continues in Little Rock, AR

The Arkansas Department of Information Systems met with BOLDplanning to continue building the capability assessment section of the State of Arkansas Hazard Mitigation plan.

BOLDplanning Global Solutions team member, Brittney Whatley, is pictured with Director of Arkansas Wireless Information Network (AWIN), Penny Rubow, State Chief Information Officer Frank Andrews, and Arkansas Continuity of Operations planner Carol Skill.

Our First Workshops of 2018!

The first continuity workshops of 2018 happened this week in Marietta, Georgia as Cobb County continued its work on their Business Continuity Planning (BCP) initiative.
Cobb County Emergency Management Coordinator Sean Loughlin watches from the back of the room as BOLDplanning Global Solutions team member Cathleen Atchison leads a discussion among Cobb County Sheriff’s Office representatives.