Hurricane Ian: Staying Safe and Connected

The safety of our employees is a top priority for GDIT. We are monitoring Hurricane Ian and its potential impact to our employees and operations in Florida and surrounding areas.

As we monitor the storm’s path, employees should put safety first when determining whether it is safe to commute to or from work. Please follow the direction of local authorities and check this site for updates.

Hurricane Preparation Resources

Hurricane Preparedness and Recovery
Hurricane Safety Checklist
Power Outage Preparedness
Flooding Preparedness

State Emergency & Shelter Information:

To find a safe place to stay, listen to local officials for evacuation guidance or call 211. You can also visit or view open shelters through the Red Cross Emergency app.

Local Red Cross Locator
Local Salvation Army Locator

Florida Shelters
Florida Road Closures and Evacuations
Florida Power Outages
Florida Division of Emergency Management
United Way of Central Florida and Heart of Florida United Way

Georgia Shelters
Georgia Road Closures
Georgia Power Outages
Georgia Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management
United Way of the Coastal Empire and United Way of Northeast Georgia

South Carolina
South Carolina Shelters
South Carolina Road Closures
South Carolina Power Outages
South Carolina Emergency Management Division
United Way Association of South Carolina

Additional Resources

Temporary Cash Assistance
Verizon Unlimited Talk/Text/Data Offered to Postpaid and Prepaid Customers
Customers do not have to take any action to take advantage of the offer and can verify eligibility for call/text/data relief by entering their zip code here:

Wireless Emergency Communications Center are now available for community members who need access to power to stop in, use the internet, charge devices and receive communication support.

• Port Charlotte Town Center Mall, 1441 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte, FL (open daily 10am - 6pm)

• 2525 Estero Blvd, Fort Myers Beach, FL (open beginning Oct 4. 8am - 5pm)

Email Your Status

We want to account for the safety of our employees in the affected area. Contact your manager as soon as reasonably possible to report your status. If you can’t reach your manager, contact the emergency response email at

Employee Assistance Program

Please remember an Employee Assistance Program is also available for your use. Your EAP can assist with resources to support you and your family during and after Hurricane Ian. Resources include hurricane preparation and recovery information, referrals and assistance with the following:

  • State and national relief organizations
  • Relocation and housing
  • Disaster recovery companies (that assist with home repair from flooding, etc.)
  • Resources for food, clothing and shelter
  • Home inspectors
  • Coping with crisis

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