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Title: Disaster Response


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Disaster Response Recovery


1 Background 2 Individual Assistance 3 Pub
lic Assistance

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Local Information Drives Federal Support
Incident
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Normal Sequence of Events
  • Disaster Event
  • Implementation Of Local Plan
  • Damage Assessment
  • Governors Request
  • Presidential Action
  • Joint Field Office (JFO)
  • Federal / State Agreement

thenthe real work begins
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Robert T. Stafford Disaster Act
  • Authorizes Federal Assistance To Supplement The
    Efforts Of State Local Governments
  • 44 CFR Part 206

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Major Disaster
  • Any Natural Catastrophe
  • Any Fire, Flood, Or Explosion - Regardless Of
    Cause
  • Of Sufficient Severity Magnitude To Warrant
    Supplementary Assistance

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FEMA Role
  • Assist States
  • Evaluate Request, Advise The President
  • Implement Assistance Programs
  • Coordinate Activities
  • Manage The Disaster Relief Funds

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A Declaration May Include
  • Individual Assistance Programs
  • Public Assistance Programs
  • Hazard Mitigation Assistance

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  • Individual Assistance Programs

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IHP Information
  • Administered By FEMA/OHSEP
  • 75 Federally Funded 25 State Funded
  • Purpose Is To Meet Disaster Related Necessary
    Expenses Serious Needs That Cannot Be Met
    Through Other Disaster Programs
  • IHP Is A Grant That Does Not Have To Be Repaid
    Unless Duplication With Other Disaster Assistance
    Has Occurred
  • Current Maximum Is 26,200

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Disaster Assistance Delivery Sequence
  • Voluntary Agencies Emergency Assistance
    Insurance
  • FEMA Disaster Housing Assistance
  • SBA Disaster Loans, Farm Loans
  • IHP Program Assistance
  • Voluntary Agencies Additional Assistance
  • Femas Cora Brown Fund
  • Individuals Must Initiate Request For Help

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Individual Household Grant
Funds Can Be Used For
  • Housing Repairs
  • Personal Property
  • Transportation
  • Medical Dental Expenses
  • Funeral Expenses
  • Flood Insurance Premium

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  • Public Assistance Programs

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Public Assistance
  • Supplemental Financial Assistance To State,
    Local Governments Certain Private Non-Profit
    Organizations For Response Recovery Activities
    Required As A Result Of A Disaster.

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Factors Of Eligibility
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Eligible Applicants
Local
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Private Non-Profit Entities
The Following Essential Service Facilities Are
Eligible When Open To The General Public
  • Museums Zoos
  • Community Centers Libraries
  • Homeless Shelters Rehabilitation Facilities
    Workshops
  • Senior Day Care Shelters

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Private Non-Profit Entities
  • Other Facilities That Provide Health Safety
    Services Of A Governmental Nature May Be
    Eligible

Examples Of Possible Eligibility Include
Low-Income Housing, Alcohol Drug Rehabilitation
Centers, Programs For Battered Persons,
Transportation To Medical Facilities Food
Programs
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Types Of Eligible Work
  • Emergency Work (Cat A B)
  • Permanent Work
  • (Cat C-G)

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Emergency Work
Cat A - Debris Removal
Cat B - Emergency Protective Measures
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Permanent Work
  • Cat C Road Bridge Systems
  • Cat D Water Control Facilities
  • Cat E Public Buildings Equipment
  • Cat F Public Utilities
  • Cat G Other (Parks, Recreation)

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General Cost Eligibility
Reasonable Necessary Cost To Accomplish
Eligible Work

Complies With Federal, State Local Laws
Regulations
Insurance Proceeds, Salvage Value Purchase
Discounts Must Be Deducted

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Eligible Direct Costs
  • Salaries, Wages Fringe Benefits (For Emergency
    Work, Only Overtime Including Fringe Benefits Is
    Eligible)
  • Materials
  • Applicant Owned Equipment
  • Contract Costs Incurred For Eligible Work,
    Including Engineering/Design Services

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Eligible Permanent Work
  • Repair, Restore Or Replace Damaged Facilities In
    Accordance With Regulations
  • Restore To Pre-Disaster Design, Capacity And
    Function In Accordance With Applicable Codes
    Standards
  • The Work Must Be Required As A Result Of The
    Disaster
  • May Include Cost Effective Hazard Mitigation
    Measures

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Required Insurance
Facilities For Which Applicants Receive Funding
For Repair Or Replacement Are Required To Obtain
Maintain Insurance Coverage
For The Type Of Peril (Flood, Earthquake,
General) That Caused The Disaster Damage In The
Minimum Amount Of The Disaster Damage To The
Facility
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Types Of Projects
SMALL PROJECTS
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Small Project Or Large Project?
55,500
  • Annually Updated By The CPI Value

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Alternate Projects
Funds Used For A Project Other Than Repair Of The
Damaged Structure
  • Must Receive FEMA Prior Approval
  • Require Environmental Assessment
  • 10 Reduction Of FEMA Funding From Original
    Project Estimate

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Improved Projects
  • With State Approval, The Applicant May Restore
    Pre-Disaster Function Make Improvements (For
    Which The Applicant Is Financially Responsible)

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How to Obtain Assistance
  • Qualify (PDA) 1.14 State 2.84 Parish
  • Submit Request For Public Assistance
  • Public Assistance Coordinator Assigned
  • Project Worksheet (PW) Submitted
  • Project Funding Obligation Made By FEMA Public
    Assistance Officer (PAO)
  • Funds Authorized By Congress
  • Electronic Transfer Made To Grantee
  • Grantee Make Payment To Applicant

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Application For Disaster Grant Assistance
  • Individual Assistance
  • Individual Makes Own Application
  • Public Assistance
  • Applicant Submits A Request For Public Assistance
    (RPA)
  • Hazard Mitigation Assistance
  • Applicant Submit SF 424 Application Package To
    SHMO

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The Request For Assistance Needs Accurate
Information
Private Non-Profit Organization Details As
Required
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Supporting Documents Are Important
Applicable codes and standards
Insurance Policy
Project Worksheet
Project Officers Report
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Other Concerns
Funding
Quarterly Reports
Administrative Allowance
Inspections Audits
Deadlines
Record Keeping
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  • Have Copies Of Insurance Policies Other
    Documentation Of Loss Computation Settlement

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  • Maintain Complete Accurate Documentation, By
    Project, Of All Disaster-Related Costs Submit
    Quarterly Reports For All Projects Until The
    Project Has Been Completed The Project Closed
    By OHSEP FEMA

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Summary
  • Everything Begins At The Local Level, Our Role Is
    To Help You Obtain Supplemental Assistance
  • Prior To TS Cindy, Over 1,000,000,000 In Fed
    Grants/Loans Have Been Processed Since 1991
  • We Are Now Processing 130,000,000 Of Eligible PA
    HM Grant Request Incorporating New Applicant
    Payment Procedures As A Result Of Recent Audit
    Findings
  • Hurricane Katrina damages may reach 100
    Billion
  • To date katrina Costs in Louisiana have exceeded
    the total cost of the 4 Hurricane in Florida last
    year.
  • Documentation Is The Key

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  • Additional Information Can Be Obtained From
  • FEMAs Web Site www.fema.gov
  • LOHSEP Web Site www.ohsep.louisiana.gov
  • LOHSEP / Disaster Recovery Division (225)
    925-7500

J. Ward 11/20/97
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