Before and after a disaster strikes, it may be helpful to understand the broad outlines of the national emergency management structure and where authority rests at various stages of the process. This book provides information that can aid policymakers as they navigate through the many levels of responsibility, and numerous policy pressure points, by having an understanding of the laws and administrative policies governing the disaster response and recovery process. Discussed also are reviews of the legislative framework that exists for providing federal assistance, as well as the implementing of policies that the executive branch employs to provide supplemental help to state and local governments during time of disasters.
Disaster AssistanceRecovery Programs
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