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Budgeting for Disasters: Approaches to Budgeting for Disasters in Selected States
Michelle Sager (au)
In recent years, natural and human-made disasters have increased in the U.S. in terms of both numbers and severity. For presidentially declared disasters, the federal government generally pays 75% of disaster costs and states cover the rest. As a result, governments at all levels have incurred increased costs for disaster response and recovery. An understanding of the approaches that states take to budget for disaster costs can help inform congressional consideration of the balance between federal and state roles in funding disaster assistance. This report reviewed (1) the approaches that selected states use to budget for and fund state-level disaster costs; and (2) how, if at all, state disaster budgeting approaches have changed over time. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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