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FEMA Is Not Effectively Administering a Program to Reduce or Eliminate Damage to Severe Repetitive Loss Properties

Severe repetitive loss (SRL) properties are those that flood repeatedly, causing significant difficulties for property owners. The objective of this audit was to determine to what extent the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is managing SRL properties covered by the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). We made three recommendations to FEMA to ensure accuracy of the SRL list, as well as timely and equitable distribution of mitigation funding, and to promote the use of NFIP Increased Cost of Compliance coverage.
Author: Inspector General US Department of Homeland Security
Language: English
Pubished By: US Department of Homeland Security
Pubished date: September 2020

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