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Events

FEMA hosts virtual and in-person events to provide training, assist disaster survivors, share hiring opportunities, and promote other activities related to helping people before, during and after disasters.

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Past Events



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Join FEMA’s Office of Business, Industry, and Infrastructure Integration (OB3I) for the May Business and Industry Call on May 28, 2024, from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. EDT. The meeting will explore the interplay and collaboration between local, state, and federal emergency management and its impact on business, industry, and infrastructure partners.


Educates recipients and subrecipients on the federal procurement under grants rules applicable when purchasing during exigency or emergency circumstances.


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When organizations, such as food pantries, daycares, and non-profits, are unable to sustain operations during an emergency incident, individuals who rely on them are exponentially impacted. Because of their importance in keeping the community going, OPEN is designed to empower these organizations with emergency preparedness training to better prepare for incidents.


FEMA’s Grant Programs Directorate (GPD) is offering a series of 30-minute training webinars on the Build America, Buy America Act (BABAA), a part of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA). These virtual trainings will be facilitated by GPD’s Buy America Branch (BAB) and offered on various dates from April through August 2024. The trainings will cover a variety of topics related to BABAA, including roles and responsibilities, best practices, covered products, and waivers.


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Do You Know Your Flood Risk? Join FEMA, state, and local officials for an opportunity to view the updated flood maps for the Plymouth County Charles River Watershed Floodplain Mapping Study.