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FEMA Media Library

Louisiana; FEMA-1863-DR

Report on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for Louisiana Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding – FEMA-1863-DR

Virginia; FEMA-1862-DR

Report on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for Virginia Severe Storms and Flooding Associated with Tropical Depression Ida and a Nor’easter – FEMA-1862-DR

Arkansas; FEMA-1861-DR

Report on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for Arkansas Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding – FEMA-1861-DR

Arizona Flooding – Denial of Appeal

Report on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for Arizona Flooding – Denial of Appeal

South Dakota; FEMA-1914-DR

Report mandated by Congress on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for FEMA-1914-DR-SD for Severe Winter Storms.

Indiana; Severe Storms and Flooding - Denial of Appeal

Report on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for Indiana Severe Storms and Flooding – Denial of Appeal

South Dakota; FEMA-1915-DR

Report mandated by Congress on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for FEMA-1915-DR-SD for Flooding.

Mississippi; FEMA-1916-DR

Report mandated by Congress on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for FEMA-1916-DR-MS for Severe Storms.Tornadoes, and Flooding

Oklahoma; FEMA-1917-DR

Report mandated by Congress on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for FEMA-1917-DR-OK for Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Straight-Line Winds

FEMA National Advisory Council Final 2020 Charges

Future federal budget projections, including Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) disaster and nondisaster grant funding, are decreasing while natural hazards are increasing in frequency, severity, and cost. Nationwide, emergency managers will be asked to build and increase capabilities while receiving less federal funding. For the following charges, the NAC should strive to not let the current emergency management system unduly influence its thoughts and future vision for emergency management