Since 2006, The Louis Berger Group has been supporting the U.S. Postal Service under a nationwide contract for emergency planning, response and recovery services and environmental consulting that has been provided throughout the United States and its Pacific and Caribbean territories. LBG provides both emergency and non-emergency services in support of USPS comprehensive emergency management plans, including emergency response services and contingency power, equipment, material and labor resources to ameliorate, mitigate, or otherwise address natural and manmade disasters, environmental releases, safety and health support, terrorist acts, and incidents of national significance on a 24-hour/7-days-per-week basis. Activities and services to date have included planning; field exercises and training; hazard, vulnerability, and damage assessments; public participation; cost recovery; data management support; training and program development; response and recovery risk assessment; economic analysis; industrial hygiene services (including mold, indoor air quality, asbestos and lead paint assignments); fuel system and storage assessments, design and replacement; hazardous/toxic material removal; environmental sampling; procurement of equipment and supplies; emergency/contingency power generation; project/program management; and numerous other services. LBG has assembled a team of more than 100 teaming partners and subcontractors, positioned to provide geographic and response resources; together, the team ensures round-the-clock support to the USPS for all emergency situations, regardless of geographic location. LBG has successfully executed more than 550 task orders in more than 30 states and U.S. territories under this contract to date. We have supported the USPS through deployments for response and recovery work after several Presidentially -declared disasters, including Hurricanes Katrina, Dolly, Gustav and Ike in 2008, the tsunami on the island of American Samoa in 2009, and the devastating floods in the state of Tennesee in 2010.