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FEMA General Information

FEMA is an agency of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security created in 1978 and enacted in 1979 for the purpose of coordinating response to disasters and state emergencies throughout the U.S. when they exhaust the resources of local and state authorities. Below are the average amount of disasters and emergencies that FEMA responds to yearly. Read on for more.

1. Disasters: 57.9 per year

2. Emergencies: 9 per year

FEMA Contracts

FEMA contracts are a great way to add large revenues to your business. There are many different kinds of contracts offered by FEMA, listed below are the top five. Make sure to read on for a description of each service.

1. Architect & Engineering Services

2. Other Professional Services

3. ADPE System Configuration

4. Program Management

5. Telecommunications

Register as a FEMA Vendor

Registering your business for a FEMA contract can be a lengthy process.

1. Register with SAM (System for Award Management)

2. Complete FEMA Vendor Profile Form

3. Submit vendor profile to government

USFCR can help you register your business to submit bids on FEMA contracts. Read on for more.

FEMA Budget

Femacontracts.com was setup to register vendors to perform disaster related federal contracts for FEMA or the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Fema.gov allows homeowners and victims of natural disasters to sign up for assistance while Femacontracts.com allows businesses to signup to perform Federal contracts linked to the declared disaster or emergency. The registration process is setup to make sure emergency related contracts are preformed and the vendors who complete the federal emergency contract are paid for helping with the disaster cleanup. The FEMA registration process allows vendors to also perform non-disaster related contracts as well as FEMA emergency related contracts. It is recommended that vendors interested in working FEMA related emergency contracts complete the registration process ahead of the natural disaster. Lack of Federal past performance is viewed much less with a FEMA federal contract and the majority of the decision process for awarding disaster contracts is the qualifications and equipment of the potential FEMA disaster contractor.

Current Disasters updated 10-9-2014