You Can't Predict, But You Can Prepare.

As DMI’s vice president - assessment and planning, Mr. Crane is responsible for assisting clients in assessing and analyzing their vulnerabilities and weaknesses, then developing comprehensive strategies to mitigate them. His support most typically involves consultation, evaluation, planning, and oversight of programs for integrated emergency management, continuity and sustainment of operations, emergency response, and interoperable communications.

Professional Background

Before joining DMI, Mr. Crane was the Hospital & Medical Liaison Officer for the Pulaski County Office of Emergency Management, and at the same time, he served as the Emergency Preparedness Manager for the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
His experience includes numerous assessment, planning, and oversight responsibilities for clients in commercial, government, and healthcare environments.


Mr. Crane has disaster management certifications in many areas, including National Incident Management Systems, Incident Command Systems, National Emergency Response, WMD/Terrorism Incidents, Hazardous Materials & Decontamination, Fire Fighting, Emergency Management for Healthcare Organizations, Integrated Emergency Management, Continuity of Operations, and Disaster Life Support, from various institutions of higher learning, Federal Emergency Management Agency, U.S. Department of the Army, U. S. Department of Transportation, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, American Medical Association, and National Fire Academy.


Mr. Crane is the only hospital-related person in the U.S. to be on the final State Communications Interoperability Plan (SCIP) review and evaluation team (Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Commerce) and the only hospital-related person in the U.S. to be a peer reviewer with the Interoperable Communications Technical Assistance Program (ICTAP) as part of the Department of Homeland Security to evaluate Tactical Interoperable Communications Plans (TICP) and their respective Tactical Validation Exercises (TVE).

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