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Flood Map Modernization - Then and Now: Flood Mapping from Paper to Digital

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Then and Now: Flood Mapping from Paper to Digital Under the NFIP, FEMA and its partners are responsible for providing up-to-date flood hazard data. Maps are needed to support the purchase and rating of flood insurance, enable wise community-based floodplain management, and increase the Nation’s flood hazard awareness. Through Flood Map Modernization, FEMA provides updated maps and data while transforming the paper inventory to a computer-based digital inventory, which includes the Nation’s Digital Flood Insurance Rate Maps (DFIRMs).
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