Events

FEMA hosts virtual and in-person events to provide training, assist disaster survivors, share hiring opportunities, and promote other activities related to helping people before, during and after disasters.



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Federal Resume Workshop - West Coast Monthly Zoom presentation provided by FEMA Webinars will be every First Wednesday of each month. Topics Include: FEMA Overview Federal Resume Writing Tips Navigating USAJobs Additional Resources


New Flood Risk Maps are being finalized for Clark County South Dakota. Individuals have until March 21, 2023 to submit an appeal regarding any scientific errors related to determinations made on the new maps.


New Flood Risk Maps are being finalized for Day County South Dakota. Individuals have until March 26, 2023 to submit an appeal regarding any scientific errors related to determinations made on the new maps.


New Flood Risk Maps are being finalized for Stark County North Dakota. Individuals have until March 28, 2023 to submit an appeal regarding any scientific errors related to determinations made on the new maps.


New flood maps have been developed for Emmons County and the City of Linton. If residents or businesses feel there is an error in the map, they have a 90-day period to provide scientific or engineering data.


New Flood Risk Maps are being finalized for Grant County South Dakota. Individuals have until April 11, 2023 to submit an appeal regarding any scientific errors related to determinations made on the new maps.


New Flood Risk Maps are being finalized for the City and County of Denver Colorado. Individuals have until April 13, 2023 to submit an appeal regarding any scientific errors related to determinations made on the new maps.


New Flood Risk Maps are being finalized for Roberts County South Dakota. Individuals have until April 17, 2023 to submit an appeal regarding any scientific errors related to determinations made on the new maps.


As part of a continuing effort to help Floridians rebuild from Hurricane Nicole and Hurricane Ian, FEMA is offering free advice on how to rebuild stronger and safer against storms.


FEMA has added two more sites to its roster of locations offering free mitigation advice. As part of a continued effort to help Floridians rebuild from Hurricane Nicole and Hurricane Ian, FEMA is now offering free advice in Osceola and Sarasota Counties on how to rebuild stronger and safer against storms.

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FEMA’s Grant Programs Directorate (GPD) is offering a series of one-hour trainings on the federal procurement rules applicable to recipients and subrecipients purchasing under a FEMA grant award. These virtual trainings will be facilitated by GPD’s Procurement Disaster Assistance Team (PDAT).

FEMA will host webinars to explain the updated Public Assistance (PA) Simplified Procedures policy. The policy simplifies implementation of the Public Assistance program to support rapid recovery for applicants.

This training is specifically tailored to orient recipients to the Non-Disaster Grants Management System (ND Grants).

Provides an overview of the requirements and FEMA financial assistance applicability under the Build America, Buy America Act (BABAA), FEMA’s waiver authority and waiver types, and review of additional FEMA resources.

FEMA will host webinars to explain the updated Public Assistance (PA) Simplified Procedures policy. The policy simplifies implementation of the Public Assistance program to support rapid recovery for applicants.
Last updated November 2, 2020