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Disaster Cost Estimates: FEMA Can Improve its Learning from Past Experience and Management of Disaster-Related Resources
Susan J. Irving (au)
Public Law No. 110-28 directed a review of how FEMA develops its disaster cost estimates. Accordingly, this report addressed the following questions: (1) What is FEMAís process for developing and refining its cost estimates for any given disaster?; (2) From 2000 through 2006, how close have cost estimates been to the actual costs for non-catastrophic (i.e., federal costs under $500 million) natural disasters?; (3) What steps has FEMA taken to learn from past experience and improve its management of disaster-related resources and what other opportunities exist? Includes recommendations. Charts and tables.
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