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Part 2. Recovery Planning | www.fema.gov
projects and the Updated Comprehensive Housing Market Analysis , which assesses the 2011 tornado impact to the housing market. Flood Recovery and Investment Plan and CR Progress -Document on-going flood...
Crisis Communications Plan | www.ready.gov
program is the crisis communications plan. A business must be able to respond promptly, accurately and confidently during an emergency in the hours and days that follow. Many different audiences must...
Community Emergency Response Team | www.ready.gov
The organization and timing of training and meeting varies from program to program. It is often broken up into two to four hour blocks over a series of evenings or weekends. Disaster Preparedness: Addresses...
National Flood Insurance Program Community Rating System | www.fema.gov
government staff with some experience in the CRS. The seriesincluded basic introductory sessions and more advanced topics, most averaging about an hour in length. The schedule for the series...
Enhanced Mobility of Seniors & Individuals with Disabilities - Section 5310 | www.transit.dot.gov
Administration 1200 New Jersey Avenue, S.E. Washington , DC 20590 United States Phone: 202-366-2053 Fax: 202-366-7951 Business Hours: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. ET, M-F Printer-friendly version Share: U.S. DEPARTMENT...
Safer, Stronger, Protected Homes & Communities | www.fema.gov
The information below has been gathered to assist you with building safer, stronger homes and communities. Sign up for Mitigation Planning email updates Rebuilding homes or businesses after a disaste...
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critical_infrastructure_paper.pdf | www.fema.gov
and the average age of infrastructure in the United States is rising. Between 2000 and 2009, the average age of government and privately-owned structures (excluding housing) increased by about one year...
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