The Disaster Recovery Reform Act of 2018

Natural disasters, oftentimes unavoidable, can have a catastrophic impact on individuals, communities, and the world. Following a significantly disruptive hurricane and wildfire season in 2017, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) worked with Congress to consider what could be done to improve assistance before, during, and after a disaster, and the result was the Disaster Recovery Reform Act.

This new legislation has streamlined the functionality of FEMA and enhanced its benefit to disaster applicants by implementing an array of proactive measures to address and plan for disasters. Learn more by watching the below and visit our blog for our summary of the Disaster Recovery Reform Act.


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