Lesson 2 Part 3: FEMA Contracts

When natural disasters occur, the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) call upon registered government contractors to aid in recovery and relief efforts. FEMA will release opportunities and solicitations, and then contractors interested in and capable of providing the product(s) and/or service(s) can respond. FEMA contracts can be lucrative. We include below information about registering as a FEMA contractor and other ways to become involved in the wake of a natural disaster.

Part 1: How to Register for FEMA Contracts

Part 2:  Undergoing FEMA and Disaster Relief Registration

Part 3:  DHS Advanced Acquisition Planning System

Part 4:  Debris Removal Accreditation

Part 5: Transportation Management Services Solution (TMSS)

Part 5: Joint Housing Solutions Group (JHSG) in the Aftermath of Disaster

Part 6: Construction, Facilities Management, Leasing and Retail Services with the GSA

Part 7: Donating or Volunteering

Part 8: Become a Certified National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) Adjuster

Part 9:  Become a member of the Corps of Engineers Contractor Registries

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