Public Assistance (33)
- Collection Created:
- September 20, 2013
- While the Public Assistance Program addresses various types of emergency work (debris removal and emergency protective measures), and permanent work (roads, bridges, buildings and structures, water control facilities, utilities, and parks and recreation areas) the Alternative Arrangements covers only those that can be considered critical infrastructure projects that are essential in providing the basic life, health and safety sustaining services. For ease of planning, analysis, review and public involvement, these projects have been grouped into the six infrastructure categories. These reports summarize the overall Public Assistance program and defines of each project type.
This form is used to request public assistance through the Public Assistance Program
- This form is used by applicants to apply for assistance through the Public Assistance Program.
- The report responds to a requirement in the Post Katrina Emergency Management Reform Act (P.L. 109-295) and provide details on the effectiveness of the Public Assistance Pilot Program implemented from June 1, 2007 through December 31, 2008, to (1) reduce the costs to the Federal Government of providing assistance to state and local governments, (2) increase flexibility in grant administration, and (3) expedite the provision of assistance to states and local governments.
Application of the 110% Footprint of Substantial Improvement in Costal High Hazard Areas for Public Assistance ProjectsThis memorandum provides clarification on the application of the 110% footprint provision of substantial improvement in costal high hazard areas for public assistance projects
The purpose of Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) is to provide unemployment benefits and re-employment services to individuals who have become unemployed as a result of a major disaster and who are not eligible for regular State unemployment insurance. This fact sheet outlines general information pertaining to the requirements and conditions under which an individual may be eligible for DUA.
Describes public assistance for ambulance services, fact sheet.
FEMA 598 Public Assistance Pilot Program, Program Guidance, Guidance for FEMA, State and Local OfficialsGuidance for Public Assistance Pilot Programs
Organizational Structure Samples 1-3
- SOP for Transitioning Project Specialist in a Joint Field Office
Public Assistance Applicant Handbook
- Public Assistance Debris Management Guide
- FEMA 322 Public Assistance Guide
This page contains archived Public Assistance publications that were superseded by the Public Assistance Program and Policy Guide (PAPPG) on January 1, 2016. The PAPPG is located at www.fema.gov/media-library/assets/documents/111781.
- Public Assistance Preliminary Damage Assessment Manual
This SOP define the position of the Public Assistance Coordinator (PAC) and describe the interface between the PAC and the primary individual who will work with the PAC throughout the disaster recovery process.
SOP 9570.24 Strategic Funds Management - Implementation Procedures for the Public Assistance Program
Strategic Funds Management is FEMA's process for obligating Public Assistance project funding based on a subgrantee's schedule to execute the eligible work.
These templates are intended to be a sample format that states and tribal governments can use as guidance as they develop their own Public Assistance Administrative Plan. The sample format is not meant to be used as the final administrative plan.
A map showing PA numbers of projects approved by county and the total value of federal share obligated funds.
This is a power point briefing of the PA Alternative Procedures Pilot Program.