Congress has appropriated funding across a broad range of federal agencies to help states, local governments, territories, tribal nations, and other entities respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet capacity-strained public agencies face an immense challenge meeting continued and pressing public health needs while understanding, navigating, and using these new resources.
Join the Bipartisan Policy Center on May 19 for a webinar with members of BPC’s new disaster reform task force, a group of experts in navigating federal funding streams like FEMA’s public assistance program and HUD community development block grants. This discussion will explore ways public officials can use critical COVID-19-related federal aid most effectively and opportunities for federal policymakers to further support on-the-ground pandemic response efforts.
Join us on Zoom.
Vice President of Government Relations and Emergency Management, Team Rubicon; Former Associate Administrator, FEMA
Senior Advisor for Community Recovery, Hagerty Consulting; Former Deputy Assistant Secretary, HUD
Vice President of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, IEM; Former Florida Director of Emergency Management
Senior Community Liaison, IEM; Former Deputy Secretary, HUD