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PURVIS Systems Named to Gov CIO Outlook’s Top 10 Public Safety Solution Companies of 2019

The Go-To Experts for Modern, Well-Integrated Public Safety Technology Solutions “Technology has the power to increase your efficiency and enable you to do your job more effectively. On the flip side, it can also hinder you when not implemented properly. At PURVIS Systems, the difference lies in our people who build and support technology solutions tailored […]

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Newport’s Naval Undersea Warfare Center a hub for defense-based research and development

There’s no denying the boost Rhode Island’s economy gets from the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport. Like so many other parts of the nation’s military industrial complex, the system was designed that way. The Pentagon calls it “strategic contracting.” The premise is simple: The more military contracts are spread around, the more cities and […]

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PURVIS’ Fire Station Alerting System™ Selected as Firehouse’s Product of the Day

PURVIS’ Fire Station Alerting System has been selected as Firehouse.com’s product of the day for August 13th. Firehouse is an industry leading print publication and online media site for public safety professionals. Sharing lessons learned, new technology, strategy, and tactics to educate and inspire, Firehouse seeks to help fire service leaders perform their jobs more […]

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PURVIS Systems Uniquely Positioned for Continued Growth

Middletown, RI, October 1, 2018 – PURVIS Systems, a leading IT systems and services provider for the Public Safety, Federal and Department of Defense industries, is strategically positioned for growth as qualified Joseph Drago steps into the Chief Executive Officer role on October 1, 2018. Drago, an experienced executive, has a successful, 20-year track record working […]

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Boston Fire Department Tests Automatic Voice Dispatcher

From the first electric fire alarm system in the world, to the first automated voice dispatch in our area, the Boston Fire Department is at the forefront of technology, using newer equipment to help them dispatch calls faster. Steve Keeley, the Superintendent of the Boston Fire Department’s fire alarm division, gave NBC10 Boston a look […]

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Veterans in the Workforce featured

Veterans in the Workforce

Internship program helps ex-military members get back on solid ground MIDDLETOWN – In her role as a supply specialist in the Army, Johanna Bravo said there was always structure to everything she did. Details like when deliveries were made were planned down to the minute in Iraq, where Bravo served from 2006-2007. That included time […]

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Veterans in the Workforce featured

Current State of Turnout Times

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has set a six-minute guideline for fire department response time to a fire emergency. The composition of the standard is one-minute for the dispatcher to receive the alarm and then notify the first-responders; one-minute for the fire station personnel to get on the road; and four-minutes of drive time […]

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Reducing Firefighter Stress Levels

Occupational stress is inherent in firefighting and emergency response. But at no time in the history of the American fire service has this been more acute—as the increase in arson, acts of domestic violence, terrorist acts, automobile accidents, airplane crashes, hurricanes, tornadoes and earthquakes will attest. The rigors of firefighting, rescue and victim extrication are […]

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