ASFPM’s mission is to promote education, policies and
activities that mitigate current and future losses, costs and
human suffering caused by flooding.
In its comments, ASFPM stressed the need for all Atlas 14 volumes to be updated every five years and recommended a study to identify an appropriate methodology to update the Probable Maximum Precipitation for the nation.
FEMA plans to issue a 2021 addendum to the 2017 CRS Coordinator’s Manual, which will go into effect January 2021. The addendum will include two new prerequisite requirements, several new credit opportunities, and some updates aimed at simplifying credit and reporting requirements.
FEMA is offering a series of webinars on the Fiscal Year 2020 Notice of Funding Opportunities for the Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) and the Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) grant programs.