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    Map Change Lifecycle Materials for Agents

    Marketing resources -- including a lifecycle infographic, a customizable brochure and customizable postcard -- to help agents communicate to clients about flood risk and the importance of flood insurance in the context of a pending map change. For the customizable materials, please do not edit the materials. You can include personalized information relevant to your community as indicated by the pink text in the document.
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    Employee Resources

    Lapse resources
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    Disaster Recovery Reform Act | Final Products

    On October 5, 2018, the President signed the Disaster Recovery Reform Act of 2018 (DRRA) into law as part of the Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization Act of 2018. The Section 1215 of the DRRA changed Section 324 of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, as Amended (Stafford Act). As a result of the amendment to Section 324, Title 44 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 207 is no longer effective. The below policies are approved and final documents.
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    2019 Training Exercises

    Images for trainings.
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    Grants Management Modernization Videos
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    DR 4393 Recovery

    Photos of communities recovering from Hurricane Florence in North Carolina.
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    FEMA Policies

    FEMA Policies
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    Hurricane Season Agent and Stakeholder Resources

    The 2017 hurricane season was one of the most devastating and costly on record. And it can happen again—forecasters predict that 2018 will be a near to above-average hurricane season. Use the resources on this page to help educate your clients and communities about the importance of purchasing flood insurance now before the next storm hits. Materials can be used throughout hurricane season (June-November) being mindful of sensitivities in your area when a hurricane is imminent, or a community is recovering from a recent storm. For more hurricane season agent resources, please visit
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    National Geographic Customer Acquisition ("Nat Geo") Campaign Agent and Stakeholder Materials

    Toolkits include key messages, documents, and social media outreach materials for use by agents and key stakeholders to market flood insurance during the 2018 "Nat Geo" campaign.
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    National Geographic Customer Acquistion ("Nat Geo") Campaign Assets

    Downloadable social and print assets for the National Geographic Customer Acquisition ("Nat Geo") Campaign
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    2018 Hurricane Season – Insurance Agent Resources

    Webinars, talking points, templates, and resources to help insurance agents market flood insurance during the 2018 hurricane season.
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    2018 National Preparedness Month

    A collection of graphics for 2018 National Preparedness Month.
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    Hazard Information Sheets

    A collection of information sheets for various emergencies.
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    NFIP 50th Anniversary

    NFIP 50th Anniversary
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    Cover Image for Financial Preparedness album

    Financial Preparedness

    Financial preparedness toolkit from
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    2018 - 2022 Strategic Plan

    The 2018-2022 Strategic Plan creates a shared vision for the field of emergency management and sets an ambitious, yet achievable, path forward to unify and further professionalize emergency management across the country. We invite all of our stakeholders and partners to also adopt these priorities and join us in building a stronger Agency and a more prepared and resilient Nation.
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    FEMA Region III Documents

    This collection includes documents produced by FEMA Region III, and may include but is not limited to: newsletters, policy documents, standard operating procedures, bulletins, toolkits, and flyers. Please direct any questions to the FEMA Region III News Desk at
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    Increased Cost of Compliance (ICC) Supporting Documentation

    This collection contains information on Increased Cost of Compliance (ICC). Its coverage provides a claim payment for the cost to comply with State or community floodplain management laws or ordinances after a direct loss by flood. When a building insured by a Standard Flood Insurance Policy (SFIP) under the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) sustains a flood loss and the community declares the building to be substantially or repetitively damaged, ICC coverage helps pay up to $30,000 for the cost to elevate, floodproof (nonresidential only), demolish, or relocate the building.
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    Hurricane Maria

    Collection of Graphics, Images, and Documents pertaining to Hurricane Maria.
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    Cover Image for Hurricane Irma album

    Hurricane Irma

    Photos, Graphics and B-Roll of FEMA and federal partners activities in advance of and response to Hurricane Irma