Private Sector

The private sector partners are defined as two groups:

  • Sellers and service providers who provide products, services and solutions to government and businesses; usually very visible to government
  • Owners and operators of business and industry who employ the people, operate the business and are needed in the overall regional planning and coordination efforts; usually not very visible to government

The private sector participates in a variety of ways from simply receiving the AHC newsletter; to providing subject matter expertise to the states; to attending regional events; to presenting solutions; to becoming a fully engaged member involved in the AHC year-round collaboration process.  “Business to business” opportunities are also many - and encouraged - as both small firms and large firms have roles to play in addressing the needs of the states as well as with each other.

Who are they?

Major employers, asset owners, service providers, manufacturers, and solution providers from the industries of finance, chemical, oil/petroleum, agriculture, transportation, energy, water, fire, police, telecommunications, shipping/postal, nuclear, public health, defense, gas, hospitals, insurance, healthcare, lodging, retail, information technology, and others…

Allstate
Alcatel / Lucent
Abrams Learning & Information Systems, Inc.
AMEC
AMTRAK
ARINC
AristaTek
Artemis Group
Avalias
BAE
Bank of America
BASF
Cisco
CITGO
Cirdan Group
CityGate GIS
Computer Associates
CoreStreet
CSC
CSX
Digital Sandbox
DUTKO International
E2M
EADS Secure Networks
Epsilon Systems Solutions
EJ Krause & Associates
ESRI
ERDAS
EWA Government Systems, Inc.
FATPOT Technologies
First Line Technology
Fisher Safety
FlyteComm
Fugro Earth Data
General Dynamics
GeoDecisions
Greenhorne and O'Mara
Global Security Systems
Google
ICF International
IBM
Jacobs Engineering
James Lee Witt Associates
L-3 Communications
Lockheed Martin
ManTech International
Manasquan River Regional Sewerage Authority
Michael Baker Jr., Inc.
Mogility
Motorola
NC4
Northrop Grumman
NJ Manufacturer's Insurance Co.
Norfolk Southern
PSE&G
Priority 5
Raytheon
Roaming Intelligence
Roam Secure
Reger Group
SAIC
Safe Patient Systems Ltd.
Serco
SIC Consulting
SkyTerra Communications
Sprint
SSI Services
State Farm
Sun Microsystems
Tapestry Solutions
Toffler Associates
Total Immersion Software
Tyco Electronics
Unisys
Verizon Business
Verizon Wireless
Wakefern Foods
Weather Bug

Why do they participate?

  • To participate in regional discussions with government
  • To meet regional leadership within various levels and disciplines of state government
  • To share information and best practices
  • To offer solutions and ideas regarding government issues
  • To partner on public/private policy development
  • To reduce internal corporate risks and external liabilities
  • To partner on new initiatives
  • To promote business development / procurements
  • To better coordinate with state/local/federal government