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Focusing on state and local public safety communities and those government agencies and suppliers who support them, CTC, Inc.—a private non-profit 501(c)3 company—provides quality advice and assistance as it relates to public safety and homeland security activities. By leveraging our significant expertise, CTC’s mission is to enhance the public safety community’s effectiveness and safety by fostering excellence in operational practices and the appropriate use of technology.

CTC’s core strengths include: expertise in and knowledge of best practices for public safety agencies, community incident preparedness, effective technology use, public safety requirements generation, and technology transition and commercialization.  CTC has provided services to federal, state and local government agencies, as well as their industry partners to fulfill this mission since 1991.

Our services include:

Massachusetts State Police

Message from CTC’s CEO / President

"Over the past 14 years, I have led a team of exceptional individuals who have worked side-by-side with me to transform CTC from one of NASA’s Regional Technology Transfer Centers to the “go-to” company for technical support services and public safety subject matter expertise with a personal touch.  CTC’s clients include not only the “big players,” such as the U.S. Departments of Homeland Security, Justice and Defense, but also many small local agencies, universities and private sector companies.

Whether a “big player” or not, CTC’s team possesses the skills to help you achieve your goals.  We offer expertise in public safety and homeland security consulting services, as well as technical knowledge in technology transfer and transition services. Our combination of skills and expertise is unparalleled.  Please continue to explore our web site to learn more about CTC.  We hope to work with you in the future!"

Tom Kennedy, Lt. Col. (ret.)
assachusetts State Police

News & Highlights

Since Fall 2011, CTC has managed the New England Community Incident Preparedness Alliance (NE-CIPA), a 501 (c)3 organization, that is working to cultivate sustainable public-private partnerships by fostering collaboration between emergency responders, government agencies, business, academia, and non-profit organizations, to enhance individual and community preparedness in New England. Click here for more information.”