Blog

Welcome to the Dynamis blog. We are excited about inviting you to join our online community and hope that it will increase our collaboration and interaction with people who share our interests and agree, or disagree, with our ideas and opinions. This blog is intended to serve two purposes:

  1. As a vehicle for taking a closer look at the news feeds presented on our website, and
  2. to provide our employees an opportunity to demonstrate the experience and expertise that they bring to the table.

You can expect to see content regarding Emergency, Incident, Crisis, and Consequence management; government acquisitions; analytics and decision support; government contracting, and potentially any other topic you can think of. Our goal is to raise awareness about Dynamis and the quality of our employees and to give us an opportunity to interact with you.

Our staff will regularly be posting on the blog, addressing current events and a variety of other topics. We hope that you will comment on our posts and the comments of others. We will moderate all comments, reviewing them and posting them as quickly as possible during regular business hours.

Welcome again to the Dynamis Blog. We hope this is the beginning of many lively and engaging conversations.

Trends in IT Industry and Cyber Security

Posted Nov 3, 2017 by Victoria Harrison

By: Christopher Heishman
Lessons Learned from the Complex Coordinated Terrorist Attacks in Brussels

Posted May 24, 2017 by Victoria Harrison

By Aaron Marks, Senior Principal, Dynamis, Inc. 
Dynamis, Inc. and Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)

Posted May 24, 2017 by Victoria Harrison

By Aaron Marks, Senior Principal, Dynamis, Inc.
Dynamis supports documentary highlighting Plum Island conservation efforts

Posted Nov 28, 2016 by Victoria Harrison

Dynamis’ Jason Golden serves as the Public Affairs Officer at the Plum Island Animal Disease Center (PIADC), a DHS laboratory charged with keeping the nation’s food supply secure from the accidental or intentional introduction of foreign animal diseases that could severely threaten livestock industries, food security and our economy. Jason supported the filming of the Visionaries production of “Conservation on a Small Island” as the public relations lead and subject matter expert on the history and geography of the island.