FEMA Reporting: A Sustainable Approach

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Scott DeGrant is asset system administrator for the city of Arlington, Texas, Parks & Recreation Department.

Todd Henderson is a sales engineer at Cartegraph.

Posted: Thursday, May 11, 2017 3:45 pm

Sustainable City Network presented the free 1-hour webinar FEMA Reporting: A Sustainable Approach on June 6, 2017.

Click here to download a recording, the presentation slides and a white paper on disaster preparedness.

A disaster could happen any minute — is your local government prepared to submit required reports to the Federal Emergency Management Agency? Or, will your team waste hundreds of hours scrambling to provide FEMA with activity plans, time records, material usage, and photos for reimbursement?

Join the city of Arlington, Texas, Parks and Recreation Department as they:

* Walk you through a real-life flood scenario they experienced.

* Cover disaster reporting tips and best practices.

* Share techniques for efficient FEMA reporting.

* Discuss using historical data to plan for the future.

This webinar was sponsored by Cartegraph, a leading provider of flexible, integrated technology to public-sector agencies seeking efficiency, accountability, and transparency.

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