FEMA Weekly Bulletin - November 16, 2012

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From the field

Hurricane Sandy Leadership Messages

New Jersey Mayor Learns About – And From - FEMA  - “The situation is quite unique,” said Bishop. “I’ve had a lot of federal workers stay on vacation but never while they’re working. They’re a wonderful group of people. It’s given me a chance to see FEMA from a different perspective – how they work and what they are faced with.” – Randy Bishop, Neptune Township Mayor

Thank you for all of your continued hard work and dedication in responding to Hurricane Sandy! Please submit story ideas to FEMA-Weekly@fema.dhs.gov.

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For daily updates and more information on our response to Hurricane Sandy, log on to the FEMA Intranet Homepage or go to the Employee News & Announcements page, the FEMA blog, and the new Hurricane Sandy page.

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10/04/2013 - 12:21