Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) and Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) 2023
Governor's Office of Emergency Services
BRIC aims to implement projects that reduce risks posed by natural hazards to reduce future losses, by funding priority projects and activities. Priorities include risk reduction of both acute events and chronic stressors, driven by climate change, which are either observed or expected. To achieve these goals, for FY 2023 BRIC is prioritizing the following types of projects: infrastructure projects, projects that benefit disadvantaged communities as referenced in EO 14008, projects that incorporate nature-based solutions including those designed to reduce carbon emissions, climate change adaptation and resilience projects, and projects proposed by applicants who adopt and enforce mandatory Tribal-, territory-, or state-wide building codes based on the latest published editions of building codes. FEMA will measure the percent of dollars invested in these priorities, which will indicate that BRIC projects expect to meet the goal of reducing both risks posed by natural hazards and future losses.
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