WASHINGTON – Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Administrator Brock Long participated in a panel as part of the 6th Annual Infrastructure Week in Washington, D.C. He joined leaders from both the public and private sectors to discuss the importance of resilience at the National and community level. The event provided a unique opportunity to bring together the nation’s emergency managers with infrastructure and risk experts for an open conversation. Discussion revolved around closing the national insurance gap, building smarter and to more resilient codes, focusing on risk-based outcomes for recovery, financial preparedness, community preparedness, and enabling the private sector to bring communities back to normalcy following disasters.
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ICYMI: Administrator Brock Long Discusses Resiliency at Infrastructure Week Panel and with FEMA Partner Strategy Session
May 15, 2018
May 15, 2018 - 08:54