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Public Service

As a non-profit, IBTS was founded to provide services for the public good, with the aim of benefiting communities, governments and the planet.

Quality Assurance

Our Solar QA methods are rooted in over 30 years of experience supporting federal and state quality assurance programs and providing national building department services.

Field Inspection Technology

FIT® is a methodology that supports end-to-end processes, customized to manage information collection and automate complex back office processes.

Thought Leadership

States Going Green, Saving Green

For state governments, going green is a win-win. When implemented well, energy efficiency measures can be a cost-effective and job-creating strategy with simple measures yielding payback in as little as two years. Some states have found that every dollar invested in efficiency returns at least $2 in net economic benefits.


Revolving Loan Funds in Community Development Block Grants

Federal funds, specifically Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and Home Investment Partnerships Funds (HOME) dedicated to affordable housing and economic development undertakings, have decreased over the past ten years.  Revolving loan funds allow for a recipient community to stretch its CDBG dollars and plan “big.”

Latest news

The City of Guymon, OK and IBTS Launch Public-Nonprofit Partnership

Services of the City of Guymon’s Administrative, Community Development, Public Works, Utilities, Parks and Recreation, and Library Departments officially transitioned on March 1, 2016, into a public-nonprofit partnership. This partnership is the first of its kind in the state of Oklahoma.


IBTS and INCOG partner to offer Local Government Solutions to Members

The Institute for Building Technology and Safety (IBTS) has partnered with the Indian Nations Council of Governments (INCOG) to offer building department and related services to INCOG’s five member counties, 2 tribal governments, and 50 member cities and towns.