Orlando, Fla. – As the federal government starts to open FEMA centers to assist those affected by Hurricane Irma, Orlando’s REDCON Solutions Group will be there.
The company, which provides workforce for government and commercial entities, has been selected to provide armed security officers at all FEMA centers in Florida. The contract will provide jobs for up to 40 individuals.
“I am honored REDCON was selected to support FEMA as they prepare to provide emergency relief to help Floridians recover from this devastating storm,” says Kyle Evans, president & founder of REDCON. “As a Central Florida resident and Florida business owner, I am anxious to do whatever is necessary to get help to those who need it. I take great pride in my team and their abilities to secure and support the efforts of FEMA.”
REDCON is a service-disabled veteran-owned business. The company has been a client of the UCF Business Incubation Program for nearly two years.
Nearly 40 counties in Florida have been designated for federal disaster assistance by FEMA due to the impacts of Hurricane Irma. REDCON has started deploying officers at centers already open and will continue to expand as more centers open soon.
The contract is open ended, as long as the need for the centers remain.
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