In the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, The Bridge television show (a Novume company Media business), examined the gaps that exist in planning for any crisis, and the effectiveness of executing the response.

Show host Jim McCarthy drills down on this and other lessons learned regarding emergency planning and insurance issues with Hart Brown, Executive Vice President and COO of Firestorm (also a Novume company), and Charles M. Vieau, Hub International Insurance Services, and Area President, Houston.

A second segment of the show features Amber Hart, a Senior Proposal and Marketing Specialist with Novume company, AOC Key Solutions, and Ross Wilkers, a Senior Staff Writer for Washington Technology who specializes in covering the financial performance of publicly traded government contractors.

Amber and Ross discussed how contractors can make full disclosure of their forward looking forecasts while maintaining the confidentiality required by government customers in sensitive areas such as defense and homeland security.

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