State, Territories and Tribes (as Grantees) without Mitigation Plans

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This series of documents describe the implications for States, Territories and Tribes (as Grantees) that do not have an approved hazard mitigation plan. The documents provide guidance regarding procedures following a disaster declaration in States, Territories and Indian tribal governments without an approved plan. They explain how Hazard Mitigation Assistance (HMA) and non-emergency Stafford Act assistance may be administered. Each document and attachments can be downloaded separately.
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Icon for file of type text/plainMT-PL #8: Obligation of Grants to States, Territories & Indian Tribal Govs. with expired Hazard Mitigation Plans
9.47Knoviembre 1, 2007
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22.33Knoviembre 1, 2007
Icon for file of type text/plainMT-PL #8A: Sample Language to include in Letter to Governor about Expiring State Plan
3.00Knoviembre 1, 2007
Icon for file of type application/pdfMT-PL #8A: Sample Language to include in Letter to Governor about Expiring State Plan
9.06Knoviembre 1, 2007
Icon for file of type text/plainMT-PL #1A: Implementation Procedures for States, Territories, & Indian Tribal Governments Without Approved State Mitigation Plan
14.14Kmayo 1, 2005
Icon for file of type application/pdfMT-PL #1A: Implementation Procedures for States, Territories, & Indian Tribal Governments Without Approved State Mitigation Plan
26.82Kmayo 1, 2005
Icon for file of type text/plainMT-PL #1: Disaster Declaration Procedures After May 1, 2005 for States Without an Approved State Mitigation Plan
5.41Kabril 1, 2005
Icon for file of type application/pdfMT-PL #1: Disaster Declaration Procedures After May 1, 2005 for States Without an Approved State Mitigation Plan
12.45Kabril 1, 2005
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