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NEW FEMA INITIATIVES: An Imperative for Recovery . Presented By: Andrew Velasquez III Regional Administrator DHS / FEMA Region V. September 6, 2013. 45 Disasters in 2013 – 5 in Region V. Sandy Recovery Improvement Act. Guidance Currently Being Developed. Major Components :

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new fema initiatives an imperative for recovery
NEW FEMA INITIATIVES: An Imperative for Recovery

Presented By:

Andrew Velasquez III

Regional Administrator

DHS / FEMA Region V

September 6, 2013

sandy recovery improvement act
Sandy Recovery Improvement Act

Guidance Currently Being Developed

  • Major Components:
  • Public Assistance Alternative Procedures
  • Improved Federal Assistance to Homeowners
  • Streamlined Hazard Mitigation
  • Nationwide Dispute Resolution Pilot
  • Unified Environmental and Historic Review
  • Simplified PA procedures
  • Tribal Requests for Stafford Declarations
  • Recommendations for Reduction in Costs for Future Disasters
survivor centric approach
Survivor Centric Approach
  • FEMA Priorities
    • Support delivery of services easing the disaster experience on survivors
    • Design programs to limit the burden on survivors
    • Bring programs and services directly to those in need
    • Simplify process to assist state and local officials with recovery efforts
    • Shape processes to fit people rather than asking people to fit our processes
survivor centric approach1
Survivor Centric Approach
  • Disaster Survivor Assistance Program
    • Specialist cadre designed to assess survivor needs, speed registration process and disaster assistance
  • FEMA Corps
    • 1,600 members nationwide on 10-month tour-of-duty.
    • Work directly with survivors, support Disaster Recovery Centers
    • Inspire young people towards careers in emergency management
role of critical infrastructure
Role of Critical Infrastructure
  • 85% of the nation’s critical infrastructure is owned by the private sector
    • Some infrastructure is nearing the end of its life-cycle and will require investment to prevent a crisis
    • Aging infrastructure can hamper response and recovery efforts by delaying responders
    • Loss of a sector could have far reaching primary and cascading effects
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NDRF

Recovery Support Functions and Agencies

FEMA & State Recovery Programs

Federal RSFs Primary Agencies

Potential State Partner Agencies

Individual Assistance

Public Assistance

Mitigation

Commerce/Economic Opportunity

Economic DOC

Human Services/Public Health

Health & Social Services HHS

Voluntary/Community Organizations - Long Term Recovery Committees

Natural Resources

Natural & Cultural Resources DOI

Red Cross

Salvation Army

Faith-based

Others

Housing Development Authority

Housing HUD

Infrastructure Systems USACE

Transportation

Commerce/Economic Opportunity

Community Planning & Capacity Building FEMA

non stafford act recovery guide
Non-Stafford Act Recovery Guide
  • Key Points
  • Not all local disasters meet the criteria for federal disaster assistance
  • Brings together state, not-for-profit agencies, other federal agencies to use non-federal disaster funding mechanisms
    • Identify opportunities to re-prioritize programs and grants to provide assistance
  • Follows NDRF principles
  • Provides an opportunity to pre-plan funding alternatives
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Our Mission and Commitment

To support our citizens and first responders to ensure that as a nation we work together to build, sustain, and improve our capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate all hazards.