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Office of Recovery and Response Policies
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February 18, 2015
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  • Minimum Awards for Individuals and Households Program

    The purpose of this policy is to assist FEMA and partners in preparing, developing, and managing individual assistance activities.

  • Replacement Assistance

    Please change to: This policy sets the circumstances and criteria for Replacement Assistance, a type of Housing Assistance available through the Federal Assistance to Individuals and Households Program (IHP).

  • Generator Reimbursement

    This policy establishes criteria for the reimbursement of generator costs under the Other Needs Assistance (ONA) provision of the Individuals and Households Program (IHP).

  • Disaster Assistance for Flood Damaged Basements

    The purpose of this policy is to assist FEMA and partners in preparing, developing, and managing individual assistance activities.

  • Funeral Assistance

    This interim policy establishes the circumstances for awarding Funeral Assistance under the Other Needs Assistance (ONA) provision of the Individuals and Households Program (IHP).

  • Transitional Sheltering Assistance for Displaced Individuals & Households

    This policy provides eligibility criteria for transitional sheltering in support of a Presidential declaration of a major disaster involving mass evacuation and an anticipated long term displacement where Section 403 and Section 503, Category B, Emergency Protective Measures, and Section 408, Federal Assistance to Individuals and Households, of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, as amended, are included.

  • Termination of Leases and Occupancy Agreement Under Direct Assistance

    The purpose of this interim policy is to clarify the circumstances and criteria under which FEMA may determine that it is appropriate to terminate leases and occupancy agreements under direct assistance for individuals and households living in FEMA-provided Temporary Housing Units under the Section 408 Individuals and Household Program (IHP).

  • Critical Needs Assistance for Displaced Individuals and Households

    The purpose of this policy is to assist FEMA and partners in preparing, developing, and managing individual assistance activities.

  • Assistance for Privately Owned Access Routes

    The purpose of this policy is to clarify the circumstances and criteria under which FEMA will provide assistance to repair or replace privately owned access routes under the Individuals and Households Program (IHP).

  • Disaster Recovery Centers Services and Providers

    This document describes the type of general services that will be offered at a Disaster Recovery Center (DRC).

  • Geospatial Standard Operating Procedure

    The FEMA Geospatial Standards of Operation (SOP) document has been prepared to facilitate the dissemination of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) services and products during emergency events. This document provides guidelines for the organization and management of GIS data, use of models and production of cartographic products and services. Additionally, proper internal and external communication channels for both producing and sharing these products are addressed and outlined. The intended audience for this document includes all staff assigned GIS positions in the event of an emergency, including field, first response and all Emergency Operation Centers that activate during an emergency from the national, regional and field-levels.

  • FEMA Incident Management and Support Keystone

    This document describes key tenets and concepts for managing operations.  It is an important foundational support element of the Agency's new overarching FEMA Publication 1.  It also provides a renewed commitment to the National Response Framework, the principles of disaster recovery, the National Incident Management System, and will provide a foundation for our continued effort to empower the Regions and emergency managers in the field.

  • Pre-Disaster Declaration Requests

    Policy to outline the criteria FEMA will use to evaluate a State’s request to declare an emergency in advance of the impact of an incident that threatens such destruction as could result in a major disaster.

  • Multi-Family Lease and Repair Program

    FEMA Recovery policy 9459.1. The purpose of this policy is to outline the circumstances and criteria for implementing the authority, as described within the Stafford Act, to lease and repair multi-family rental property units for temporary housing through the Multi-Family Lease and Repair Program (MLRP).

  • Recovery Policy 9461 1 Disaster Assistance for Child Care 1/17/2014

    FEMA Recovery Policy on Disaster Assistance for Child Care

  • Recovery Policy Sharing Survivor Data with Trusted Partners

    The purpose of this policy is to ensure secure and expedient sharing of FEMA Recovery Data. This policy provides guidelines under which FEMA will share data with Trusted Partners.

  • FEMA Incident Management Handbook (IMH)

    The FEMA Incident Management Handbook (IMH) is a tool to assist FEMA emergency management personnel in conducting their assigned missions in the field. The IMH provides information on FEMA’s incident-level operating concepts, organizational structures, functions, position descriptions, and key assets and teams.  The IMH is intended for use by FEMA personnel deployed at the incident level. However, the IMH also provides whole community stakeholders operating in a FEMA facility information about key incident-level FEMA functions. The concepts in the IMH are applicable to FEMA operations during Stafford Act-based Presidential declarations and non-Stafford Act incidents involving federal-to-federal support.