Project formulation is the process of documenting the damage to the facility, identifying the eligible scope of work and estimating the costs associated with that scope of work for each of the applicant's projects.
Project formulation allows applicants to administratively consolidate multiple work items into single projects in order to expedite approval and funding, and to facilitate project management. A project is a logical method of performing work required as a result of the declared event. More than one damage site may be included in a project.
Previous Step: Kick-off Meeting with Public Assistance Coordinator (PAC). Next Step: Project Review and Validation.
- What is the difference between a large and small project?
- What are my responsibilities with respect to Project Formulation?
- What are some examples of project formulation?
- May more than one category of work be combined in a single project?
All projects are documented on Project Worksheets (PWs). These PWs contain the information necessary for FEMA to approve the scope of work and itemized cost estimate prior to funding.
- What is a Project Worksheet?
- How do I complete the Project Description?
- How do I describe the Project Location?
- How do I complete the Description of Damage?
- How do I describe the damage?
- How do I complete the Description of Eligible Work?
- Are there special issues I need to show on the Project Worksheet?