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Title: Arkansas Department of Emergency Management


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Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Applicants Briefing
  • FEMA 4174-DR-AR

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FEMA 4174 DR AR
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Incident Period
  • April 27-2014
  • Severe Storms, Flooding, and Tornado
  • PA Declaration on April 29, 2014
  • Cat A and B only
  • (Faulkner)

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Request for Public Assistance
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Applicants official notification
  • Used to confirm applicant eligibility
  • Must be submitted within 30 days of declaration
  • Typically submitted at Applicants Briefing

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PUBLIC ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Supplemental financial assistance to state, local
    governments and certain private non-profit
    organizations for response and recovery
    activities required as a result of a disaster.

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LAWS-REGS-POLICIES
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency
    Services Act (STAFFORD ACT)
  • Law
  • Regulations ( 44 CFR Part 206)
  • Used to implement the Statute
  • Policies (9500 Series)
  • Used to apply the regulations and Statute
  • FEMA 321 PA Policy Digest
  • FEMA 322 PA Guide
  • FEMA 325 Debris Management Guide

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GRANTEE or SUBGRANTEE
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Grantee - State or tribal government that is
    responsible for administering Public Assistance
    grants. (ADEM)
  • Subgrantee - eligible applicant that receives a
    Public Assistance grant as reimbursement for
    performing eligible disaster work.

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Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
COST
WORK
FACILITY
APPLICANT
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Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
COST
WORK
FACILITY
APPLICANT
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ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • State Government
  • County Government
  • City Government
  • Certain Private Nonprofit Organizations
  • Native American Tribes or Tribal Organizations

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Eligible Private Nonprofit Entities
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Educational
  • Medical
  • Custodial care
  • Fire/emergency
  • Utilities (power, water, sewer, etc)
  • Certain irrigation facilities

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Eligible Private Nonprofit Entities Must
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Be tax exempt according to the IRS
  • Operate as nonprofit under State law
  • Request assistance for facilities used primarily
    for eligible purposes
  • Provide services of a governmental nature
  • Be open to the general public
  • PNP questionnaire must be filled out to determine
    eligibility

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PNP FUNDING LIMITATIONS
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Critical Facilities
  • Eligible for emergency permanent work
  • Non-Critical Facilities (museums, libraries,
    zoos)
  • Eligible for emergency work
  • Must first apply to SBA for permanent work

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COST
WORK
FACILITY
APPLICANT
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Eligible Facilities
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Roads, bridges, and culverts
  • Drainage and irrigation channels
  • Public buildings Schools, Courthouses, etc.
  • Water, power, and sanitary systems
  • Parks, baseball fields, walking trails

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ELIGIBILE FACILITY REQUIREMENTS
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Damaged as a result of a declared event
  • Located within a declared disaster area
  • The legal responsibility of an eligible
    Applicant
  • In active use at the time of the disaster
  • Not under the authority of another federal
    agency

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Ineligible Work
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Routine maintenance
  • Pre-existing damage
  • Work caused by lack of maintenance

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COST
WORK
FACILITY
APPLICANT
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CATEGORIES OF WORK
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Emergency (Cat A B)
  • Permanent (Cat C-G)

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EMERGENCY WORK
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
Category A - Debris Removal Category B -
Emergency Protective Measures
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Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
Category A - Debris Removal
  • Eligible
  • Storm Related Debris
  • In Public Right-of-way
  • Separated at the Right-of-way/Curb
  • Stumps (More than 50 Exposed)
  • Not Eligible
  • Private Property (case by case, FEMA approval)
  • Unimproved Public Property
  • Demolition
  • Concrete Slabs
  • Commercial Property
  • Routine Garbage/Trash Pickup

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Category A - Debris Removal
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Overtime Only when using salaried/force account
    employees
  • Temp hire employees (all time is eligible)
  • Leased Equipment w/operator
  • Contract proper bidding procedures and
    competitive bidding

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DEBRIS Removal from Private Property
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • State or Local Government must submit written
    request
  • Must arrange an unconditional authorization for
    removal, and indemnify the Federal Government
    against any claim arising from the removal.
  • Debris Removal must be in Public Interest
  • Eliminate immediate threats to life, public
    health, and safety
  • Eliminate immediate threats of significant damage
    to improved property
  • Ensure economic recovery of the affected
    community to the benefit of the
    community-at-large

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DEBRIS MANAGEMENT
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Obtain authorization prior to burning debris
    (ADEQ/SHPO)
  • Debris staging must be on an acceptable site
    complete debris certification or get individual
    permits.
  • Provide locations of authorized debris sites.
  • Reduce debris volume wherever possible (e.g.
    grinding, chipping, burning, recycling).
  • Dispose debris in a permitted landfill.
  • Do Not dump debris into open waters of any kind
    (including wetlands or floodplains).

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Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
Monitoring
  • Type, Amount, and Location
  • Measure/Certify Truck Capacity
  • Load Tickets
  • Validate hazardous trees, hangers, leaners, and
    stumps
  • GPS Pictures Required
  • Ensure trucks are accurately credited for load
  • No Mixed loads
  • Authorizations/Permits are obtained (ADEQ/SHPO)
  • Daily monitoring reports

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Category B - Emergency Protective Measures
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  • Examples
  • Emergency Debris Clearance (First Push, 70 hours)
  • Search Rescue
  • Safety Barricades Signs
  • Security Forces
  • Health Safety Hazards
  • Emergency Protective Levees
  • Sandbagging Emergency Pumping
  • Food Shelter When provided by the applicant
  • OT for Regular Employee and all salary costs for
    an Extra Hire

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DONATED RESOURCES
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Volunteer Labor (In-Kind Match)
  • Applies to the Non-Federal Share of Emergency
    Work Only (A B)
  • Credited at 10/hr
  • List of volunteers names, record of hours worked,
    work site, description of work for each
    volunteer, and equivalent information for
    equipment and materials.

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DONATED RESOURCES
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Donated Equipment
  • Reimbursed by hour using FEMA Equipment Rates
  • For Donated Resources to be Eligible
  • Must be documented by local public official or
    designee
  • Volunteers must be doing eligible work

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PERMANENT WORK
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Category C G
  • Restore a damaged facility to its pre-disaster
    design, function, and capacity in accordance with
    applicable codes and standards.

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Permanent Work Categories
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Category C Roads and Bridges
  • Category D Water Control Facilities
  • Category E Buildings and Equipment
  • Category F Utilities
  • Category G Parks, Recreational, and Other

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Category C
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Typical facilities include
  • Roads
  • Bridges
  • Culverts/drainage structures
  • Not eligible
  • Permanent repairs to Federal-aid roads (FHWA)
  • Private and homeowners association roads
  • Maintenance items

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Category D
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Typical facilities include
  • Dams and reservoirs
  • Drainage and irrigation channels/facilities
  • Levees/dams/flood channels

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Category E
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Typical facilities include
  • Schools, hospitals, jails, courts, and other
    buildings
  • Building contents and systems
  • Equipment and vehicles

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Category F
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Typical facilities include
  • Water distribution systems
  • Power generation and distribution
  • Waste water facilities
  • Communications
  • Not eligible
  • Lost revenue
  • Increased operating expenses due to disaster

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Category G
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Typical facilities include
  • Public recreational facilities
  • Public cemeteries
  • Improved and maintained beaches
  • Other
  • Not eligible
  • Trees and ground cover, regardless of purpose
  • Natural features
  • Private non-profit owned parks and recreational
    facilities

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ELIGIBLE COSTS / Cat C-G
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Regular and Overtime fringe benefits
  • Materials
  • Applicant owned equipment
  • FEMA Cost Codes
  • Rented equipment
  • Contract costs incurred for eligible work,
    including engineering/design services

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Codes and Standards
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Five criteria
  • Apply to the repair/ restoration work
  • Appropriate to pre-disaster use
  • Be reasonable, in writing, and formally adopted
    and implemented prior to the declaration
  • Apply uniformly to all such facilities
  • Be enforced

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SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS for WORK
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Environmental Requirements
  • Threatened Endangered Species
  • Historic Preservation
  • Special Flood Hazard Areas
  • Hazard Mitigation
  • Insurance

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ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Requires compliance with all Environmental and
    Historic Preservation Laws.
  • Environmental review helps expedite compliance
    with Federal, State and Local laws.
  • Examples USACE 404/Nationwide, ADEQ Burn/STAA,
    and SHPO

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THREATENED ENDANGERED SPECIES
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Consider the affects of threatened or endangered
    species.
  • US Fish Wildlife Service is the primary contact
    for Federally listed threatened and endangered
    species.
  • AR Game and Fish Commission is the primary
    contact for State listed species.
  • Applicant must comply with all Federal State
    endangered species laws.

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HISTORICAL PRESERVATION
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Have any historical issues identified prior
    kickoff meeting
  • Property eligible for listing on the National
    Register of Historic Places requires special
    consideration under the National Historic
    Preservation Act.
  • DO NOT disturb/dig the ground unless
    permit/approval came from the State Historical
    Preservation Officer (SHPO).
  • Obtain all permits as necessary.

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HISTORIC PRESERVATION
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Structures (e.g. buildings, bridges and
    archeology sites) over 45 yrs old must be
    reviewed by FEMA for reimbursement.
  • Emergency demolitions--tell us ASAP!
  • Previously undisturbed areas require prior
    coordination with the SHPO.
  • If archeological resources are uncovered, cease
    construction or work and notify the SHPO
    immediately.
  • ADEM FEMA work with the State Historic
    Preservation Officer (SHPO) for compliance.

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SPECIAL FLOOD HAZARD AREAS (NFIP)
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Participating
  • Flood insurance required for insurable
    items/structures in designated special flood
    hazard areas.
  • Impacts building and contents.
  • No insurance Project would be reduced by what
    NFIP would have paid.
  • Sanctioned Communities
  • Insurance is required Not available
  • Damages would not be eligible

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406 Hazard Mitigation
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Cost effective action taken to prevent or reduce
    the threat of future damage (upsizing culverts,
    etc)
  • Applies to permanent work only
  • May be proposed by all parties
  • FEMA may require mitigation for some projects
  • Failure to mitigate may result in a loss of
    funding

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INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Actual or anticipated insurance proceeds will be
    deducted from the eligible project costs for
    facilities that are insured.
  • All applicants are required to obtain and
    maintain insurance coverage on all insurable
    facilities, as a condition of Public Assistance
    funding.
  • Additional specific requirements will be applied
    to all flood damaged facilities located within
    the Special Flood Hazard Area.
  • Total Project costs and Proof of Insurance
  • Statement of Loss

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COST
WORK
FACILITY
APPLICANT
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Costs
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  • Must be reasonable and necessary
  • Must comply with standards for procurement
  • No duplication of benefits

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Force Account Labor
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Actual costs incurred by the applicant
  • Must be in summary form and timesheets must be
    submitted
  • Includes
  • Wages
  • Compensatory Time
  • Fringe benefits

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Force Account Equipment
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • All equipment time is eligible
  • FEMA schedule of equipment rates (cost codes)
  • Locally developed rates
  • Reasonable costs

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Force Account Materials
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Reimbursed based on
  • Purchase price or fair market value (invoices)
  • Quantities taken from applicants stock
    (inventory records)
  • Must be used for eligible work

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Contracts
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Eligible if
  • Reasonable for the work completed
  • Properly procured through local, State, and
    Federal procedures
  • Small purchase - gt20,000 (state threshold)
  • Sealed bid- preferred method
  • Competitive proposals- more than one source
    submits offer
  • Noncompetitive proposals

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Contracts (contd)
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Acceptable types
  • Lump Sum- clearly defined scope and total price
  • Unit Price- item by item basis and cost
    determined per unit
  • Cost Fixed Fee- contractor fee added into price
  • Time and Materials
  • - limited to initial 70 hours
  • - should be avoided

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Contracts (contd)
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Unacceptable types
  • Cost percentage of cost
  • Piggyback contracting- expanding a
    previously awarded contract

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CONTRACT WORK
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Ensure
  • Reasonable cost
  • Competitive bidding
  • Adequate Opportunities to small businesses,
    minority-owned firms, and womens business
    enterprises

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CONTRACT WORK
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Avoid
  • Cost Percentage of cost
  • Payment contingent upon federal reimbursement
  • Debarred or Suspended Contractors
  • www.epls.gov

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ADMIN ALLOWANCE
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Examples
  • Site Visits, Gathering and Processing Documents
  • Directly related to a Project Worksheet
  • Documented costs only

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COST
WORK
FACILITY
APPLICANT
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What is a Project Worksheet (PW)
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Identifies the Facility
  • Damage Description (DD)
  • Scope of Work (SOW)
  • Breakdown of Costs
  • Mitigation Proposal
  • Special Considerations
  • Environmental and Historical Preservation (EHP)
  • Conditions
  • Comments
  • Minimum project is 1000

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SMALL OR LARGE PROJECT?
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
120,000

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TYPES OF PROJECTS
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Small Projects less than 120,000
  • Large Projects 120,000 and above
  • Improved Projects must request
  • Alternate Projects must request
  • REMEMBER
  • Failure to submit request to the state could
    result in loss of funds

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SMALL PROJECTS
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Federal cost share is paid upon Project Worksheet
    (PW) approval/funds awarded.
  • Actual Costs or Based on Estimates
  • Small Project Audits/Appeal
  • Overruns NOT allowed
  • Small Projects are considered closed at the time
    the Project is written. FEMA and/or State will
    conduct a random sampling of projects to validate
    overall completion.

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LARGE PROJECTS
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Federal cost share will be paid based on work
    completed
  • Applicant will submit large project funding
    request form with documentation of costs
    payment for those costs as work is continued
    state reviews inspects pays 75 of costs
    submitted.
  • Advances (Not to exceed 25 of Federal Share)
  • Quarterly Reports must be submitted for each
    large project not complete. (October 1 January
    1 April 1 July 1)

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IMPROVED PROJECTS
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • With state and FEMA approval, the applicant may
    restore pre-disaster function, and make
    improvements
  • Applicant is financially responsible

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ALTERNATE PROJECTS
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Funds used for a project other than repair of the
    damaged structure
  • Must first be requested from state
  • Must receive prior approval from FEMA
  • May Require environmental assessment
  • 10 reduction of FEMA funding from original
    project estimate

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Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Project Formulation (Be Part of this process)
  • Ensure that the local representative is part of
    the formulation Team. (Group Effort)
  • Damage/Site Visits (GPS Pictures)
  • Documentation Review
  • PW Writing
  • PW Review (Signatures)
  • Exit Briefing

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EMMIE
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Follow the progress of each PW
  • Review process
  • Mitigation eligibility
  • Types of permits/conditions required
  • When the funds awarded

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Arkansas Department of Emergency Management

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APPLICANT RESPONSIBILITIES
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Submit Request for Public Assistance (RPA)
  • Establish a file for each project separately.
  • Maintain accurate accounting records for each
    project separately.
  • Provide accurate information
  • List of damages
  • Photographs
  • Insurance Policies and other Settlement
    (Statement of Loss)
  • OT Policy
  • Hazard Mitigation Proposal
  • Copy of current codes and standards

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Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
Documentation
  • Establish and Maintain your records.
  • Create a file for each project.
  • Records Must be retained for 3 years after the
    entire disaster is closed.

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PUBLIC ASSISTANCE FUNDING PROCESSWhere is our
money?
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
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FEMA 4174 DR AR
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • FUNDING
  • 75 Federal funds
  • 12.5 State funds
  • 12.5 Applicant funds
  • PNPs will receive 6.25 State funds (18.75 their
    cost share)

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STATE SHARE REQUEST
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • State Share Request Form (Original is required)
  • All eligible work has been completed according to
    the Scope of work (PW)
  • All Federal Funds have been paid
  • All Large Project Quarterly Reports have been
    submitted
  • All Time Extensions have been received and
    approved
  • All documentation has been submitted/review for
    eligibility
  • All necessary audits of files have been completed
  • All necessary site monitoring inspections have
    been completed by ADEM
  • Turn around time is 60-90 days once inspection is
    completed

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REQUIRED AUDITS
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Single Audit
  • If you spend 500,000 of Federal grant funds in
    one (1) year.
  • Is required by law.
  • Make sure to keep all documentation for three (3)
    years after notification from the grantee that
    the project application has been closed out.

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TO AVOID LOSS OF FUNDING
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Obtain all permits and clearances before you
    start construction/repairs for the following
    special considerations!!!
  • Information in Green Book

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DECLARATION DATES
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Declared April 29, 2014
  • RPA submitted by May 29, 2014
  • WORK COMPLETION DATES
  • October 29, 2014(Category A B)
  • October 29, 2015(Category C thru G)
  • Extension of time for project completion must be
    requested from ADEM

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APPEALS
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Any determination related to Federal
    assistance may be appealed.

The time limit for appeal submission is 60 DAYS
from receipt of notice of the action which is
being appealed. Much easier to fix a problem
while FEMA is here.
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Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Kick-Off Meeting
  • Conducted by the FEMA Public Assistance
    Coordinator (PAC)
  • Focus on specific applicant needs
  • 60 days to identify damages
  • 12 Months to identify alternate projects
  • ADEM Representative (Area Coordinator)
  • PS (Project Specialist)
  • Mitigation
  • Environmental
  • Debris Specialist

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Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Applicant Briefing Packet
  • Request for Public Assistance (RPA)
  • Deadline 30 Days from declaration date
  • Applicant State Agreement
  • Designation of Applicant Agent
  • W-9 Form
  • Direct deposit or State Agency Transfer
  • PNP Questionnaire (PNPs Only)

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FINAL REMINDERS
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • QUARTERLY REPORTS
  • TIME EXTENSION REQUESTS
  • IMPROVED PROJECT REQUESTS
  • ALTERNATE PROJECT REQUESTS
  • CHANGE IN SCOPE OF WORK REQUESTS
  • PERMITS
  • CONTRACTS AND COMPETIVE BIDDING
  • DOCUMENTATION OF ALL COSTS
  • FAILURE COULD RESULT IN LOSS OF FUNDING

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Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • Jodi Lee
  • Clay Bewley
  • Kyle Key
  • Ali Rye

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Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • ADEM
  • Attn Recovery Branch
  • Bldg. 9501
  • Camp JT Robinson
  • N. Little Rock, AR 72199
  • 501-683-6700
  • 501-683-7892 (Fax)
  • http//www.adem.arkansas.gov

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Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
  • In Doubt or have Questions
  • CALL US or EMAIL
  • 501-683-6700
  • recoverybranch_at_adem.arkansas.gov

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