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Resilient Households: Building Resilience Through Public-Private Partnerships guide

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Hazus Hurricane Modeling in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands

This document provides an overview of the updates made in FEMA's Hazus Hurricane-Wind Model for Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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FEMA National Dam Safety Program Overview

As the lead Federal agency for the National Dam Safety Program (NDSP), FEMA is responsible for coordinating efforts to secure the safety of dams throughout the United States. The program makes Federal funds available to the States, which are primarily responsible for protecting the public from dam failures of non-Federal dams, and pursuing initiatives that enhance the safety of dams posing the greatest risk to people and property.

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National Dam Safety Program - Year in Review 2020

In 2020, notable accomplishments included the development of nine new updated guidance or tools, training of over 516 dam safety professionals, and total of 26 awardees for the Rehabilitation of High Hazard Potential Dam Grant.

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FEMA Public Assistance Second Appeals Tracker 07-13-2021

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FEMA Public Assistance Second Appeals Tracker 07-13-2021

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fema_public-assistance-second-appeals-tracker_07-13-2021.xlsx

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Guide to Continuity of Government for State, Local, Tribal and Territorial Governments

The “Guide to Continuity of Government for State, Local, Tribal and Territorial Governments” describes the relationship between continuity of operations, continuity of government, and enduring constitutional government. The document provides guidance in the form of planning factors to assist non-federal governments achieve viable continuity capability to ensure the resilience and preservation of government in the event of an emergency.

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FEMA Daily Public Assistance Grant Awards Activity 07-13-2021

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FEMA Daily Public Assistance Grant Awards Activity 07-13-2021

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Letter of Final Determination - December 30, 2021

LFD Date: 06/30/2021
Effective Date: 12/30/2021

FEMA 2.6 Million Repair Patillas Dam
FEMA 2.6 Million Repair Patillas Dam

FEMA 2.6 Millones Para Repararrepres Patillas
FEMA 2.6 Millones Para Repararrepres Patillas

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July 2, 2021 - July 8, 2021 - Weekly Obligations

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July 2, 2021 - July 8, 2021 - Weekly Obligations Spanish

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Suspension of Community Eligibility 07-20-21

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FEMA Daily Public Assistance Grant Awards Activity 07-12-2021

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FEMA Daily Public Assistance Grant Awards Activity 07-12-2021

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Recovery Support Function Leadership Group financial data - May 31, 2021

The Recovery Support Function Leadership Group (RSFLG) 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 major 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.

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COVID-19 Healthcare Funding Decision Framework

This COVID-19 Healthcare Funding Decision Framework (Framework) is intended to assist interested parties who are navigating healthcare challenges attributable to the COVID-19 pandemic, including the identification, sequencing, administration, and management of funding resources. This document is a supplement to the COVID-19 Healthcare Resource Roadmap (Version 2.0) and has three main components: strategy identification, additional considerations for federal funding implementation and potential alignment, and case studies. The information within the Framework highlights how different funding streams can be applied to address one challenge area from the Roadmap: Vaccine Administration. However, the decision-making pathways and additional considerations outlined here may also be applied to other challenges.