This one page document contains a summary of the new IT system, FEMA Grants Outcomes, or FEMA GO, that will replace ten grant legacy systems in FEMA.
This document contains answers to frequently asked questions regarding the modernization efforts of FEMA grant systems and business processes under the grants management modernization program.
Ready 2 Help Card Game and Companion Book: Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean
The Ready 2 Help card game teaches kids five simple steps to stay safe and make a difference until help arrives.This container includes resources in Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean.
Prepare with Pedro: Disaster Preparedness Activity Book: Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean
This activity book is designed to teach young children and their families about how to stay safe during disasters and emergencies. This container includes resources in Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Vietnamese, and Korean.
Recovery Resources Catalog
2019 Partnership Day Schedule 7/25/19
This report is being submitted to Congress in response to a requirement set forth in the IPAWS Modernization Act of 2015 (Public Law 114-143), which directs that the Administrator shall make a performance report available on the public website of the Agency.1 The performance report should establish and evaluate performance goals for the implementation of the public alert and warning system by the Agency, describe the performance of the public alert and warning system, and identify significant challenges and areas of improvement.
A period of consultation has opened for the provisions of the Disaster Recovery Reform Act. The documents below provide more information for tribal nations.
This is the updated version of the NFIP CRS Brochure for June 2018.
The Recovery Support Function Leadership Group (RSFLG) (https://recovery.fema.gov/ ) is made up of multiple departments and agencies across the Federal government that work together to help communities recover from a disaster. The RSFLG allows Federal agencies to coordinate disaster recovery work under the National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF) across six Recovery Support Functions in order to provide communities with unified Federal assistance as quickly and effectively as possible.
As part of the RSFLG, the Program Management Office (PMO) tracks disaster funding and outcomes across the federal interagency partners for the largest disasters since 2017, including Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Maria, Florence and Michael, and the 2017 and 2018 California wildfires. The purpose of the PMO is to provide accountability and transparency, enhance coordination and collaboration, and facilitate outcome driven recovery across the federal government.
Appropriation amounts from Public Laws 115-56, 115-72, 115-123, and 115-254. Announced/Allocated, Obligated, and Outlayed amounts provided by Departments/Agencies and reflect data as of May 31, 2019. These amounts include all FEMA Disaster Relief Fund (DRF) and SBA Disaster Loan (DL) funding for covered disasters, regardless of source, since these funds are provided by Congress to respond to all disasters in the absence of specific supplemental funding.
Discussion Materials to accompany "The Big One" podcast team's PrepTalk , "Storytelling to Promote Action"
The conference papers are the final, peer-reviewed drafts of two papers submitted to the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) Conference on Advances in Hurricane Engineering 2012. The drafts may differ slightly from the published papers due to copyediting or other ASCE production activities. This material may be downloaded for personal use only. Any other use requires prior permission of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
The School Building Authority (SBA), in conjunction with the Nicholas County Board of Education (NCBOE), has applied through the West Virginia Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (WVDHSEM) to the FEMA Public Assistance (PA) grant program for funding assistance, under the Presidentially Declared Disaster FEMA-DR-4273-WV, for the replacement of Richwood Middle and High School. In accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has prepared a Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) for the proposed construction of a new middle school and high school to replace the damaged Richwood Middle School and Richwood High School, outside of the Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA).
FEMA works to ensure that information is accessible for all of our customers. If you are having issues obtaining any of the graphical information presented in the appendices, please contact us by email at FEMA-R3-EHP-PublicComment@fema.dhs.gov, so we may provide it in an accessible format.
National Exercise Program End of Cycle Report Summary for 2017-2018.
Ohio 4447 Referrals List
Arkansas 4441 Referrals List
Draft Programmatic Agreement Among the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Indiana State Historic Preservation Officer, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security and Tribes
Wallowa County, Oregon, proposes to implement soil stabilization and forest rehabilitation work on state and private lands affected by the 2015 Grizzly Bear Complex Fire in the north central area of the county. Wallowa County applied to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) through the Oregon Office of Emergency Management (OEM) for a grant under FEMA’s Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP). The purpose of this project is to reduce hazards associated with erosion, surface runoff, and flooding due to vegetation loss from the Grizzly Bear Complex Fire, as well as reduce invasive species growth that has occurred after the fire. The project area for the Wallowa County Soil Stabilization and Forest Rehabilitation project encompasses 2,985 acres within the burn area of the Grizzly Bear Complex Fire in the northwest corner of the County. Forest rehabilitation and soil stabilization activities would include planting seedlings; felling those dead, burned trees that have the potential to fall upon planted seedlings; seeding of burned areas with native grasses; and applying herbicides to reduce competition from non-native invasive species.
The purpose of this action is to fund activities that reduce the wildfire hazard in urban interface communities and reduce hazards that may occur in areas that have experienced a wildfire.
The purpose of this action is to fund activities that reduce the wildfire hazard in urban interface communities and reduce hazards that may occur in areas that have experienced a wildfire. Wildfire hazard mitigation activities are funded under FEMA Hazard Mitigation Assistance (HMA) and other programs, as authorized by the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, as amended (Stafford Act). Requirements for hazard mitigation activities are found in the FEMA Hazard Mitigation Assistance Guidance.