2020 FMEA Webinar: Obtaining and Keeping Your FEMA Reimbursement
2020 Hurricane Preparedness Webinar Series
For all electric utilities, managing hurricanes and other disasters are difficult as it is, but for public power utilities, following proper procurement guidelines and documentation requirements needed to file for FEMA public assistance can add another layer of challenges for all levels of your organization.
As part of our Hurricane Preparedness campaign, FMEA invites all municipal members of Florida public power to join us for part 1 of this 3-part informative webinar series from legal firm Baker Donelson on how to obtain and keep their FEMA public assistance reimbursements. Each presentation will be followed by a Q&A session.
Michelle Zaltsberg primarily practices in the areas of emergency management and disaster recovery.
She has significant experience with the laws, regulations, policies, and procedures relating to federal disaster and mitigation assistance under the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) Public Assistance program, Hazard Mitigation Grant Program, and other grant programs. She regularly assists state and local governments and non-profit entities to maximize eligibility for disaster assistance, including creating FEMA-compliant procurement programs.
Ms. Zaltsberg's practice also focuses significantly on helping clients navigate FEMA’s administrative appeals and arbitration processes.
|Jordan Corbitt has significant experience with the laws, regulations, and procedures relating to eligibility for federal disaster and mitigation assistance.
He assists state and local governments and non-profit entities navigate the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) Public Assistance program, including compliance with procurement requirements and filing administrative appeals.
Mr. Corbitt has developed various procurement-compliance documentation intended to walk clients through initial steps of procurement compliance all the way to project completion.
Who Should Attend?
Emergency management personnel
- Open to all Florida municipal utility employees and staff of FMEA member cities
- No cost as a benefit to our members (please register to receive meeting details)
- Meeting details will be emailed to you directly after registration