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  • July 2014: IDEAMATICS deploys MRTT VBB Mobile APP For U.S. Coast Guard Use – Just-in time for the first named storm of the season, Hurricane Arthur
  • Summer 2013: Mr. John Nettles has joined IDEAMATICS as our second Christopher Newport University alum, having graduated Magna Cum Laude in May 2013 with a B.S. degree in Information Science.
  • Sep 2012: IDEAMATICS wins U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service contract to provide news and media monitoring using the TwisterWire™ suite of tools.
  • May 2011: IDEAMATICS supported the USCG MRTT application participation in the FEMA sponsored National Level Exercise 2011 (NLE 2011) at New Orleans, LA.
  • Spring 2011: MRTT Volunteer Bulletin Board (VBB) featured in the U.S. Coast Guard’s Servicelines magazine.
  • December 2010: Entire IDEAMATICS Inc. staff achieves IAT Level II Security Plus Certification.
  • USN Development Team assists timely restoration of applications following Millington TN flooding.
  • The IDEAMATICS Portal (previously Single Sign-on) has a new name, increased security, and an updated user interface.

    Securely access all of our demo and test applications from the new and improved IDEAMATICS Portal.
  • NMCMPS Project Team selected for a 2009 Department of the Navy (DON) Chief Information Officer (CIO) Information Management/Information Technology Excellence Award!
  • IDEAMATICS chosen by FAA for five year FAA Master Ordering Agreement (MOA) under new Electronic FAA Accelerated and Simplified Tasks (eFAST) program.
  • The U.S. Coast Guard’s Mobilization Readiness Tracking Tool (MRTT) has been selected as a Government Security News (GSN) 2009 Homeland Security Award winner!
    
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IDEAMATICS INC. DEPLOYS MRTT VBB MOBILE APP For U.S. Coast Guard Use – Just-in time for Hurricane Arthur Read Full Story.

IDEAMATICS wins U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service contract to provide news and media monitoring using the TwisterWire™ suite of tools. Read Full Story.

InfoReliance Teams with IDEAMATICS to win critical U.S. Marine Corps Systems Command Contract. Read Full Story.

MRTT facilitates the deployment of over 250 USCG personnel for Hurricane Irene support.

IDEAMATICS was awarded a contract to continue support for and development of U.S. Coast Guard’s Mobilization Readiness Tracking Tool (MRTT). The MRTT System has been instrumental in providing USCG rapid response to National emergencies such as the 2011 MidWest Floods, DeepWater Horizon Gulf Oil Spill, Haiti Earthquake and Hurricanes Ike and Gustav.

MRTT Volunteer Bulletin Board (VBB) featured in the Spring 2011 edition of the U.S. Coast Guard’s Servicelines magazine.

The Mobilization Readiness Tracking Tool (MRTT) supported by IDEAMATICS is currently being used by the U.S. Coast Guard to facilitate mobilization of over 7,400 personnel responding to the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill.

IDEAMATICS’ Web-based Mobilization Readiness Tracking Tool (MRTT) application helped the U.S. Coast Guard facilitate mobilization of over 600 personnel in support of the recent Haiti Earthquake Disaster Response Operation.

The U.S. Coast Guard’s Mobilization Readiness Tracking Tool (MRTT) has been selected as a Government Security News (GSN) 2009 Homeland Security Award winner! Read more about the award here.

USCG Commandant Admiral Allen announced that Coast Guard personnel can now identify and apply for volunteer opportunities through the USCG Volunteer Bulletin Board developed by IDEAMATICS for the Mobilization Readiness Tracking Tool (MRTT).

Led by IDEAMATICS, the NMCMPS Development Team was presented with a Navy DON CIO award in 2009. Read more about the award here.

IDEAMATICS participated in the 2009 Coast Guard Innovation Expo at Virginia Beach, VA, demonstrating the Mobilization Readiness Tracking Tool. Created and supported by IDEAMATICS, the MRTT was highly praised in an article in "The Officer". Read the article here.