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- Go to ResourceThis sub-study seeks to improve understanding of how state agencies implement their responsibilities for floodplain management and how state agencies affect whether the NFIP meets its goals.
An Evaluation of Compliance with the National Flood Insurance Program Part B: Are Minimum Building Requirements Being Met?Go to ResourceThis report measures the level of compliance with the NFIP’s building requirements among structures in flood hazard areas.
An Evaluation of Compliance with the National Flood Insurance Program Part A: Achieving Community ComplianceGo to ResourceThis report examines the roles of federal, state, and local government in enforcing and monitoring compliance with the NFIP.
- Go to ResourceThis form is used to award funds to States and to finalize any subsequent agreement changes.
- Go to ResourceThis form is used by adjusters to list the information required to qualify for an ICC claim and documents the mitigation option and cost.
- Go to ResourceThis form is used by the adjuster to record information to determine the replacement cost and actual cash value of a manufactured (mobile) home.
- Go to ResourceThis sub-study assesses the NFIP’s effect on total flood losses, on federal, state, and local governments’ overall costs of response and recovery, on the costs of state and federal disaster relief, and on low-income populations.
- Go to ResourceThis sub-study examines whether actuarial soundness should be one of the NFIP’s goals, the NFIP’s progress in moving towards actuarial soundness, and the inherent impediments to meeting that goal.
Performance Assessment and Evaluation Measures for Periodic Use by the National Flood Insurance ProgramGo to ResourceThis sub-study evaluates the performance assessment and evaluation measures used by the NFIP, and recommends improvements, as appropriate.
- Go to ResourceThe NFIP Evaluation Capstone Study summarizes what was done, what was learned, and recommendations made. It synthesizes the sub-study findings into a coherent report evaluating the aspects of the Program prioritized by the NFIP Evaluation Steering Committee, and makes cross-cutting recommendations evidenced by themes that arise across the various sub-studies.
- Go to ResourceThe Edgar County Emergency Services & Disaster Agency received funding for construction of a Training and Decontamination Equipment Storage (TDES) Facility in Chrisman, Illinois, through the Chemical Stockpile and Emergency Preparedness (CSEP) Program. The U.S. Army and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) jointly developed the CSEP Program to ensure that communities in the immediate vicinity of chemical storage installations are capable of providing maximum protection from chemical agent hazards. In accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and FEMA regulations for NEPA compliance (44 CFR Part 10), FEMA has prepared an Environmental Assessment to document the review and analysis of any potential impacts the proposed TDES Facility would have on the natural and human environment.