The table below is an inventory, prioritization and schedule for posting website content as required by the E-Government Act of 2002. This is an overview of website content from across FEMA.
The priority categories are:
- Priority 1: Urgent, public emergency and safety information.
- Priority 2: Time-sensitive information.
- Priority 3: Information of interest to a broad spectrum of website audiences OR to key stakeholders.
- Priority 4: Other information.
Categories of Information Shared by FEMA on Websites
All categories are currently published as information is available, unless otherwise required by law.
|Urgent information disseminated in real-time to inform the public about disasters and other emergencies.||1|
|Response and recovery updates, including disaster assistance, available services and programs, events and other timely resources related to ongoing disaster situations.||2|
|Media information including press releases, fact sheets, speeches, testimony, public service announcements, photos and videos.||2|
|Grants and funding information related to all programmatic activities.||2|
|Guidelines and standards related to emergency management frameworks, disaster assistance, and other agency mission areas.||3|
|Program resources, tools, services, education and training for emergency management partners, including governmental, non-governmental, private sector, etc.||3|
|General departmental information, such as mission and function statements, leadership biographies, staff directories, etc.||4|
|Programmatic and administrative information, including statistical information, disseminated in connection with and as a byproduct of the administration of programs.||4|
|Reports to Congress and the President as required by statute.||4|
|Program evaluation studies undertaken to assess program activities and identify opportunities for improvement.||4|
|Regulatory information in support of regulatory development, policies and decision-making.||2|
|Working with FEMA, including doing business with the agency and career information.||2, 3|