This article was written regarding work conducted under legacy company names: Continental Mapping, GISinc, or TSG Solutions. These three companies merged in January 2021 to form a new geospatial leader [Axim Geospatial].
The Navy Emergency Response Management System (NERMS) is the Navy's Enterprise 911 solution that provides streamlined integration of data for emergency management and incident response. In the aftermath of the Fort Hood tragedy, the Secretary of Defense directed all DoD facilities to implement E911 policies...the Navy's answer was NERMS and an advisory from CNIC N37 that instituted base addressing (Advisory# EM2013-01). [Axim Geospatial] was contracted to execute the Navy Emergency Management Addressing Project (NEMAP), which will incorporate standardized geospatial addressing, numbering, and street centerline data into the Computer-Aided Dispatch systems at the Navy's Regional Dispatch Centers. Every Navy Installation at each CONUS region command must have standardized addresses for every building. The NEMAP team works with the Space and Warfare Command (SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific) and NAVFAC's Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Program to establish mutually beneficial relationships with the local governments surrounding the bases and capture the necessary life-saving data to integrate into NERMS.