Parks want incident management

The National Park Service is looking for an electronic incident management, analysis and reporting system for law enforcement, emergency management and security activities. The system will manage information about incidents related to facilities, including prisons, roads, rivers, dams, deserts, mountains and archeological sites. Incidents may include law enforcement, search and rescue, emergency management services, wild and structural fires and resource observations.

The solution should integrate commercial products. When implemented, it must be able to support 10,000 system users in National Park Service bureaus and at least 2 million incidents per year across the Interior Department. Responses are due by Feb. 28. Contact Lorna Gunning at

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