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Webinar: BRIC Direct Technical Assistance
This webinar will provide an overview of and guidance on how to request Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities Direct Technical Assistance in fiscal year 2023.
Ngày tháng: Tháng 9 13, 2023
Thời gian: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Vị trí: Virtual
The Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities grant program makes federal funds available to states, territories, federally recognized tribal governments and local communities for mitigation activities.
This webinar will provide an overview of the initiative and examples of case studies of communities who have participated. In addition, the presenter will provide information on how a community or tribe can request non-financial direct technical assistance.
The presenting team is:
- Temby Caprio, BRIC, Technical Assistance and Partnerships Team Lead
This webinar will be recorded and made available on the Hazard Mitigation Assistance Webinars page.
BRIC Non-financial Direct Technical Assistance can provide holistic hazard mitigation planning and project support at the earliest stages to communities, tribes and territories requesting assistance. During the process, FEMA will engage with each community to further explore and better understand their specific requests for technical assistance. FEMA will provide support to requesting communities for up to 36 months.
FEMA will give wide-ranging support to participating communities and tribes including climate risk assessments, community engagement, partnership building, mitigation and climate adaptation planning, and BRIC program requests throughout the grant lifecycle. FEMA provides support to participants from pre-application activities to grant closeout.
- Read summaries about the current participating BRIC Direct Technical Assistance communities and tribes.
- Fact sheet announcing the Fiscal Year 2022 Selections