From Disaster to Dollar: Streamlining FEMA Claims with Proper Activity Tracking

If a major natural disaster hit your community tomorrow, how easy would it be to collect the total dollar amount of asset damage?

After a disaster, your community is reliant on FEMA dollars to start the road to recovery. But many don’t actually get that sorely-needed funding because of improper tracking — both improper tracking of asset condition and value before the disaster, and improper tracking of work orders tied to response and recovery activities.

Watch this webinar to learn:

  • How to use mobile tech and automated audits to easily track tasks and account for every disaster-related expense.
  • Disaster preparedness and response tips to set you up for success with collecting FEMA funding quickly.
  • Data entry best practices that can help you pull FEMA public assistance grant reporting together in less than 1 hour.
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Andy Richter

Andy is the Public Works Asset Manager for the City of Colorado Springs, where he has been working for over 29 years. In his time with the City he has ushered in a transformation in asset management, helping it move from a manual, resource-intensive and paper-based process to a streamlined digital approach. In his role, he has helped the City recoup millions of dollars in FEMA disaster funds following major fires and floods.

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