World-Class Emergency Communication and Mass Notification Solutions for Government Agencies
At the federal, state, county and city/municipality levels, millions of employees and residents rely on OnSolve’s government critical event solutions to quickly and reliably communicate during emergencies.
Critical Event Management: When Every Minute Counts™
Government agencies face an increasingly dispersed and complex landscape, with millions of people more mobile and, therefore, more vulnerable.
The OnSolve Platform for Critical Event Management gives you the power to protect your people, assets and mission, while reducing risk and improving operational resiliency. The platform combines AI-powered risk intelligence with award-winning critical communications and enhanced incident management to strengthen your agency’s ability to identify adverse events, analyze risks and respond throughout the critical event lifecycle.
GSA [Contract Number: GS-35F-0253W]
Schedules (also referred to as Federal Supply Schedules and Multiple Award Schedules (MAS)) are long-term, government-wide contracts with commercial companies that provide access to millions of commercial products and services at fair and reasonable prices. Schedule policy and procedures are guided by two major governing regulatory documents:
- Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) – Pursuant to 41 U.S.C. 152(3), FAR Part 38 prescribes policies and procedures that GSA must follow in managing the Schedules program. FAR Subpart 8.4 prescribes ordering procedures for federal agencies when placing orders for supplies and services under Schedules.
- General Services Administration Acquisition Manual (GSAM) – GSAM covers GSA acquisition policies and practices.
Visit the Buyer and Seller pages for additional information on how these regulations and policies guide your Schedule experience.
NCPA [OnSolve Contract Number: 01-118]
NCPA is a national government purchasing cooperative working to reduce the cost of goods and services by leveraging the purchasing power of public agencies in all 50 states. It utilizes state-of-the-art procurement resources and solutions that result in cooperative purchasing contracts that ensure all public agencies are receiving products and services of the highest quality at the lowest prices. Over 90,000 agencies nationwide from the public and nonprofit sectors are eligible to utilize NCPA’s cooperative purchasing contracts, including (but not limited to) school districts, higher education, cities/counties/local governments, federal and state agencies, healthcare organizations, religious organizations and not-for-profits. Learn more about OnSolve Critical Event Management and search your state’s laws on cooperative purchasing today.
FedRAMP In Process
The OnSolve Platform for CEM is in-process with FedRAMP authorization and is currently in use by Tennessee Valley Authority (sponsoring agency), as well as many other large agencies like NASA. Since 2019, the company has been approved as a supplier on Crown Commercial Services’ G-Cloud 11 procurement digital marketplace, where public sector organizations in the U.K. send updates using an OnSolve solution.
Available in FedRAMP Marketplace
First and Only AI-Powered Risk Intelligence Product for the Federal Space
Whether it’s severe weather, a pandemic, an IT outage or a cyberattack, in crisis situations, coverage, speed and accuracy matter. By harnessing the power of AI, OnSolve Risk Intelligence identifies adverse events with pinpoint accuracy and calculates risks 90 percent faster than traditional one-dimensional monitoring.
Critical Communications to Preserve and Protect
When it comes to streamlining communications without sacrificing security, a cloud-based SaaS platform can deliver the reliability and scale federal agencies require. With OnSolve Critical Communications, agencies can easily launch simultaneous alerts to personnel, residents and other key stakeholders via landline, cellular, email, text, social media, mobile applications, IPAWS, RSS feeds and more.
Mobile Incident Management for Swift Response
When a disaster scatters your agency and threatens operations, you need a way for incident management teams to connect and take action. OnSolve Incident Management (through partnership with Groupdolists) keeps your response plans moving forward via a mobile platform that minimizes downtime, mitigates disruptions and delivers full control.