Free to all FMIT Members, FLC-PACT (Public Assistance & CloseOut Team) was formed to help cities maximize anticipated insurance proceeds and eligible FEMA Public Assistance (PA) Funding related to insured property.
When disaster strikes, one’s ability to maximize funding opportunities through Insurance and supplemental FEMA PA is critical to timely recovery. More importantly, helping to minimize the financial impact of a loss and reduce staff workload can be of significant value to supporting FMIT Members overall recovery initiatives. Avoiding duplication of benefits and other potential pitfalls that can lead to deobligations, FMIT Members have a proven advocate in FLC-PACT.
FMIT Members are encouraged to reach out to FLC-PACT during declared events – especially prior to FEMA PA Funding Application and Project Worksheet (PW) development. It is important to realize that Insurance is the responsible party when determining coverage and anticipated insurance proceeds related to damaged property. FEMA and Florida Department of Emergency Management should not be the first point of contact. They are neither intended to be first responders or the primary source of recovery funding.
FMIT has invested a great deal of time and money in the ongoing support of FLC-PACT for their insured Members. FMIT’s simpliCitySM software includes a number of features developed to support Member’s Insurance and FEMA PA needs and field activities. From resolution sample drafts, industry documents & training tracks and real-time damage assessment tools, FMIT Members are equipped to maximize all available funding opportunities while complying with documentation requirements that limit the threat of future FEMA de-obligation.
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