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  • FEMA-4194-DR-HI

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    Report mandated by Congress on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for FEMA-4194-DR-HI for Tropical Storm Iselle.

  • FEMA-4193-DR-CA

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    Report mandated by Congress on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for FEMA-4193-DR-CA for an Earthquake.

  • 10/14/2014 FEMA ICPD eBrief

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    10/14/2014 FEMA ICPD eBrief

  • 10/9/2014 FEMA ICPD eBrief

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    10/9/2014 FEMA ICPD eBrief

  • Environmental Assessment Poarch Band of Creek Indians Communications Tower Poarch Band of Creek Indians HSGP-2011-SS-00085 PIMS 16744

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    Environmental Assessment Poarch Band of Creek Indians Communications Tower Poarch Band of Creek Indians HSGP-2011-SS-00085 PIMS 16744///The Poarch Band of Creek Indians (referred to as the “Tribe” throughout this document) is comprised of descendants of a segment of the original Creek Nation that once covered almost all of Alabama and Georgia. Unlike many Eastern American Indian tribes, the Poarch Creek were not removed from their ancestral tribal lands and have lived together for almost 200 years in and around the Reservation in Poarch, Alabama. The Reservation is located eight miles northwest of Atmore, Alabama in rural Escambia County and 57 miles east of Mobile./This Draft EA has been prepared to analyze the potential consequences to the natural and human environment associated with the Proposed Action, the No Action Alternative, and other potential alternatives per the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) (42 United States Code [USC] 55 parts 4321 et seq., 2000), the President’s Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) implementing regulations (40 Code of Federal Regulations [CFR] 30 parts 1500 et seq., 2004), and 44 CFR Emergency Management and Assistance Ch. I Part 10.

  • Continuity of Operations Excellence Series Brochure

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    NCP’s vision is to be the Nation’s center of excellence for government continuity planning, guidance, and operations. Our mission is to serve the public by protecting our Nation’s constitutional form of government. To accomplish this, the COOP Division provides guidance, technical assistance, planning, training and workshop support to other DHS and FEMA Components, Federal departments and agencies, States, territories, Tribes, and local government jurisdictions.

  • 10/2/2014 FEMA ICPD eBrief

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    10/2/2014 FEMA ICPD eBrief

  • Residential Tornado Safe Room Doors Fact Sheet

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    Residential safe rooms are becoming more popular as families seek protection from violent tornadoes. Like any other room, safe rooms must be accessed through an opening or door. Just as the walls and roof of a safe room are designed and built to protect against extreme winds and wind-borne debris, so must the safe room door. When careful selection and installation of the safe room door assembly is overlooked, the safe room door opening can leave occupants at great risk of injury or death during tornadoes.

  • NFIP/CRS Update - August-September 2014

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    NFIP/CRS Update is a publication of the National Flood Insurance Program's Community Rating System (CRS). Among some of the articles in this edition are:

    - FloodSmart Public Service Announcements

    - Rhode Island CRS Training

    - Online Resources

    - Training Opportunities

  • FEMA-4191-DR-GU

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    Report mandated by Congress on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for FEMA-4191-DR-GU for Tropical Storm Halong.

  • FEMA-4192-DR-AS

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    Report mandated by congress on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for FEMA-4192-DR-AS for Severe Storms, Flooding, and Landslides.

  • Technical Mapping Advisory Council (TMAC) Member Backgrounder

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    The TMAC Member Backgrounder provides a professional overview of current Council members.

  • Wildfire Fuels Reduction Project Kittitas County, WA FEMA-PDMC-PJ-10-WA-2013-002 September 26, 2014

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    Wildfire Fuels Reduction Project Kittitas County, WA FEMA-PDMC-PJ-10-WA-2013-002 September 26, 2014///Kittitas County, Washington, has applied for fiscal year 2013 funding under the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Pre-Disaster Mitigation-Competitive (PDM-C) grant program for financial assistance for the Wildfire Fuels Reduction Project in Kittitas County (County) in central Washington. The proposed project in Kittitas County targets the communities of Hidden Valley, Pine Loch Sun, and Sky Meadows. Appendix A, Figures 1 through 4, show the project area./The objective of the PDM-C grant program is to fund pre-disaster mitigation planning and projects that address primarily natural hazards for States, Territories, and federally recognized Indian Tribes to reduce risks to vulnerable populations and structures while also reducing reliance on funding from actual disaster declarations./This Draft EA has been prepared to analyze the potential consequences to the natural and human environment associated with the Proposed Action, the No Action Alternative, and other potential alternatives per the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) (42 United States Code [USC] 55 parts 4321 et seq., 2000), the President’s Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) implementing regulations (40 Code of Federal Regulations [CFR] 30 parts 1500 et seq., 2004), and 44 CFR Emergency Management and Assistance Ch. I Part 10.

  • ECOS Environmental Center Forest Park, Springfield, MA DR 1994 MA September 26, 2014

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    DRAFT Environmental Assessment ECOS Environmental Center Forest Park, Springfield, MA DR 1994 MA September 26, 2014///As a result of damages sustained on June 1, 2011, the President declared a major disaster for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts under the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act. This major disaster declaration, referenced as FEMA-1994-DR-MA, authorizes the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to provide Public Assistance (PA) grant funding to local governments, state agencies and eligible private non-profit organizations in Massachusetts. The City of Springfield, Massachusetts has applied through the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) to FEMA for funding assistance under the PA program./This Draft EA has been prepared to analyze the potential consequences to the natural and human environment associated with the Proposed Action, the No Action Alternative, and other potential alternatives per the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) (42 United States Code [USC] 55 parts 4321 et seq., 2000), the President’s Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) implementing regulations (40 Code of Federal Regulations [CFR] 30 parts 1500 et seq., 2004), and 44 CFR Emergency Management and Assistance Ch. I Part 10.

  • Cathedral High School Springfield, MA September 24, 2014

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    Cathedral High School 260 Surrey Road, Springfield, MA DR 1994 MA September 24, 2014///The Roman Catholic Bishop of Springfield, a Corporation Sole (the Diocese) has applied through the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for funding assistance./In accordance with 44 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) for FEMA, Subpart B, Agency Implementing Procedures, Part 10.9, this Environmental Assessment (EA) is being prepared pursuant to Section 102 of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969, as implemented by the regulations promulgated by the President’s Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ); 40 CFR Parts 1500-1508. The purpose of an environmental assessment (EA) is to determine whether the potential impacts of a federally proposed action could have significant environmental impacts. If the EA concludes that the impacts of the proposal could be significant, then the agency is required by the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). If, however, the agency concludes on the basis of the EA that the impacts would not be significant, then the agency may issue a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) and proceed with the action./This Draft EA has been prepared to analyze the potential consequences to the natural and human environment associated with the Proposed Action, the No Action Alternative, and other potential alternatives per the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) (42 United States Code [USC] 55 parts 4321 et seq., 2000), the President’s Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) implementing regulations (40 Code of Federal Regulations [CFR] 30 parts 1500 et seq., 2004), and 44 CFR Emergency Management and Assistance Ch. I Part 10.

  • Technical Mapping Advisory Council (TMAC) Meeting Agendas

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    TMAC meeting agendas specify the detailed date, time, designated public comment periods, topics, and presenters for each scheduled open public meeting of the Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA)-compliant meetings of the Council. For more information on TMAC and membership, visit the Technical Mapping Advisory Council page.

  • 9/26/2014 FEMA ICPD eBrief

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    9/26/2014 FEMA ICPD eBrief

  • Course: E289 State Volunteer and Donations Management

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    Information regarding EMI Course: 289 State Volunteer and Donations Management

  • Apex Park and White Ranch Park Trail Repairs and Partial Relocations Environmental Assessment (EA) Jefferson County, Colorado

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    Apex Park and White Ranch Park Trail Repairs and Partial Relocations Environmental Assessment (EA) Jefferson County, Colorado///Notification is hereby given to the public that it is the intent of the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to provide funds to Jefferson County Open Space for trail repairs and partial relocation in Apex Park and White Ranch Park. The trails were severely damaged during the September, 2013 flood event. Funding would be provided through FEMA’s Public Assistance program, which provides grants for repair of infrastructure damaged as the result of a Presidentially-declared disaster (FEMA 4145-DR- CO), pursuant to the authority of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, Public Law 93-288, as amended (The Stafford Act)./This Draft EA has been prepared to analyze the potential consequences to the natural and human environment associated with the Proposed Action, the No Action Alternative, and other potential alternatives per the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) (42 United States Code [USC] 55 parts 4321 et seq., 2000), the President’s Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) implementing regulations (40 Code of Federal Regulations [CFR] 30 parts 1500 et seq., 2004), and 44 CFR Emergency Management and Assistance Ch. I Part 10.

  • Unified Federal Environmental and Historic Preservation Review (UFR) Process

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    On January 29, 2013, President Obama signed into law the Sandy Recovery Improvement Act of 2013 (SRIA), which amended the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act by adding Section 429, by directing the Administration to “establish an expedited and unified interagency review process to ensure compliance with environmental and historic requirements under Federal law relating to disaster recovery projects, in order to expedite the recovery process, consistent with applicable law.” The process aims to coordinate environmental and historic preservation reviews to expedite planning and decision-making for disaster recovery projects. This can improve the federal government’s assistance to states, local, and tribal governments, communities, families and individual citizens as they recover from future presidentially-declared disasters.

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