Federal Emergency Management Agency

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Federal Emergency Management Agency

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FEMA

The agency of the federal government that supervises civil defense, disaster planning, and emergency medical services in communities that have suffered floods, tornados, hurricanes, and other catastrophes.

Federal Emergency Management Agency,

n.pr a government organization based in the United States that provides assistance, planning, and other services related to disaster management.
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The state Office of Emergency Services or OES, an agency responsible for coordinating emergency responses of fire departments and law-enforcement agencies throughout the state, sponsors training sessions across California.
Commenting on the contract award, Martin Koffel, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of URS, stated: "We are thrilled to be partnering with San Francisco, San Jose and Oakland and the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services.
But though the state Office of Emergency Services has plans to help residents harmed by recent rainfall, officials say there are no plans to fix the hill above La Conchita.
Conference Chair Ken Leep of the Governor's Office of Emergency Services is scheduled to give opening remarks, starting at 8 a.
The Governor's Office of Emergency Services is now working with local governments on damage assessments from the storms in February.
Sponsored by the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services (OES) and The Collaborative for Disaster Mitigation (CDM), the conference brings together more than 500 emergency management professionals and 80 exhibitors to share ideas, technology and resources for the purpose of improving disaster planning, preparation, response and recovery.
Participating agencies include the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Governor's Office of Emergency Services.
The Governor's Office of Emergency Services on Monday announced the Sacramento-area launch of a year-long, statewide campaign designed to motivate Californians to "Be Smart, Be Responsible, Be Prepared.

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