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FEMA Hazard Mitgation Assistance - BRIC Direct Technical Assistance - due 1/28/22

FEMA will be selecting up to twenty communities for non-financial Direct Technical Assistance (DTA) in FY21.


Letters of Interest Due to FEMA 01/28/2022

BRIC DTA is for communities with a desire to increase their capacity and capability to conduct mitigation activities, increase resilience to natural hazards, need help identifying projects that will reduce risk, or need support developing or submitting a BRIC application.

The only requirement for applying is to submit an (up to) 2-page Letter of Interest that includes the following:

  • Community point of contact name, position, email, address, and phone number

  • Description of the community’s need for Direct Technical Assistance

  • Description of the community’s capacity to assist in the DTA activity, including committed staff

  • Objectives and timelines, including the duration of technical assistance

Eligible communities are cities, townships, counties, special district governments, and tribal governments, including both federally recognized tribal nations and non-federally recognized tribal governments. A hazard mitigation plan is not a pre-requisite for application.

More information can be found in the DTA Program Support Material on the BRIC website. If you have questions, please contact the BRIC DTA Team: FEMA-BRICDirectTechnicalAssistance@fema.dhs.gov.

2-page Letters of Interest are due at 3:00 PM Eastern Standard Time on January 28, 2022 and can be submitted to FEMA-BRICDirectTechnicalAssistance@fema.dhs.gov.

FEMA looks forward to working with communities to expand mitigation through Direct Technical Assistance!

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