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IAP Delivers Personnel, Equipment to Support FEMA/USACE Disaster Response Ops; Rob Hargis Quoted

Rob Hargis

TYSONS CORNER, VA, October 10, 2018 — IAP Worldwide Services has provided personnel, equipment and services to support the Federal Emergency Management Agency and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in their recent disaster response operations in North Carolina and South Carolina, ExecutiveBiz reported Sept. 26.

The company said Sept. 25 it coordinated with the agencies prior to Hurricane Florence making landfall to deploy an estimated 125 people, 286 generators as well as heavy construction equipment to assist in preparations for the storm’s arrival in the region.

Rob Hargis, chief operating officer at IAP, noted that the company has utilized its partner network and deployment processes and technology to drive the accelerated response and activation of resources following notification from FEMA and USACE.

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