HM Floodplain Management staff promotes and disseminates NFIP information to both internal and external entities.
The National Flood Insurance Act (1968) created the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) making flood insurance available to communities that adopt and enforce floodplain management regulations.
HM Floodplain Management provides a wide variety of critical services that are used by state and tribal officials, but is forbidden to provide services to local authorities.
HM Floodplain Management staff provide guidance to internal and external partners regarding the NFIP’s floodplain management regulations that support the Hazard Mitigation Strategy.
The Federal statute that was intended to reduce the number of repetitive NFIP claims while also reducing flood losses and costs associated with insurance claims is the
The policies and procedures for Federal floodplain management are found in 44 CFR
A key function of the Hazard Mitigation (HM) Floodplain Management Staff is:
Trust is essential to accomplishing FEMA’s mission and to meeting the goals of Hazard Mitigation.
Collaboration is essential to the success of which of the following HM Floodplain Management responsibilities?
Which of the following are critical services provided by HM Floodplain Management to state, tribes, local community officials, individuals, and JFO partners?
Which of the following are recommended resources for HM Floodplain Management?
Protection of wetlands is the exclusive responsibility of local government as noted in in 44 CFR Parts 1, 2, and 3
Which of the following made the purchase of flood insurance mandatory for the protection of properties located in Special Flood Hazard Areas?
An important function of HM Floodplain Management is to promote sound floodplain management during disaster recovery, communicating flood risk and encouraging and assisting communities to adopt flood damage prevention ordinances that exceed NFIP requirements.
In large flood disasters, interaction and collaboration with Hazard Mitigation co-workers, other JFO organizations, state and tribal governments, and local governments may be complex.
According to Executive Orders 11988 and 11990, Federal agencies must: