Archive for December, 2011
All Hands Consulting President Steve Davis was recently interviewed by Professor Wendy Combs for a graduate level course on program evaluation for Drexel University. Students who are pursuing a certificate in homeland
security were looking for an expert to interview on the topic of evaluation of homeland security strategies, processes and systems. Steve discussed a range of evaluation techniques from the Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) to capabilities assessments and discuss the current budget environment for homeland security in general.
The interview is available at the Drexel web site: http://gcpsx.coeps.drexel.edu/PRST615/SteveDavis/
Happy New Year’s Eve everyone. I prepared the following as an update on AHC activities past, present and future.
All Hands Consulting (AHC) is ending another successful year: its twelfth since rebranding DavisLogic as All Hands in early 2000. 2012 will be the thirteenth year of operations for this unique emergency management consulting firm. AHC is starting off the New Year with many exciting projects on the books. The 2012 outlook is positive despite the sluggish economy and cut backs in homeland security grants.
This is the time of year to reflect on our past accomplishments and keys to success. We want to thank everyone who has been a part of All Hands including our consultants, clients and partners. Despite the recession, 2011 was a year of steady work for AHC. All Hands consultants kept busy working with many returning clients and a few new clients. Our client list has grown to over 150 while our team of consultants has climbed well past 1,000. More…