Fact Sheets

Frequently ask questions for the national test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA).

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El Programa de FEMA de Alimentos y Refugio en Emergencias (EFSP, por sus siglas en inglés) es un programa que financiado por el gobierno federal y es administrado por FEMA. El programa fue autorizado por la Ley McKinney-Vento de Asistencia a personas sin hogar de 1987 (Ley Pública 100-77; reautorizada por la Ley Pública 100-628), por lo cual la implementación de EFSP no depende de que exista una declaración presidencial de desastre mayor. EFSP supplements and expands ongoing work of local social service organizations, both nonprofit and governmental, to provide shelter, food and supportive services to individuals, families, and households who have economic, non-disaster related emergencies. EFSP funding is open to all organizations helping individuals, families, and households who are experiencing, or at risk of, food insecurity and/or homelessness.

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FEMA declarations and federal awards issued on or after November 12, 2020 are subject to major revisions to the federal closeout rules found at 2 C.F.R. § 200.344.

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Summary of federal assistance provided to help Puerto Rico respond to the Arecibo floods.

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This form should be used for revision requests involving alluvial fan flooding. 

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Last updated November 2, 2020