Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Disaster Registry

//Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Disaster Registry
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Disaster Registry 2018-01-03T19:46:44+00:00
In the aftermath of a natural disaster, FEMA turns to registered federal contractors like you to provide essential products and services. FEMA regularly assists recovery efforts after hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, snowstorms and other disasters.

For this reason, another key component and step of your federal contractor registration process is ensuring that your small business is registered with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Industry Liaison program to support the mission of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

FEMA also provides a wide range of products and services to state and local governments, including subject matter experts (SMEs) in specialized fields, funding for the recovery efforts, emergency relief funds for infrastructure reconstruction, and extensive emergency response personnel training. The Department of Homeland Security will release solicitations and information to contractors under the provisions of the Stafford Act.

FEMA, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), the General Services Administration (GSA) and other agencies are involved in disaster contracting. For example, in 2017 Federal Government charge cards for Hurricane Harvey-related relief goods or services were raised to $20,000. The simplified acquisition threshold (SAT) was raised from $150,000 to $750,000 for non-commercial items, and $13 million for commercial items, related to Hurricane Harvey relief.

What is FEMA buying?

 

    1. 1. Durable Medical Equipment Kits
    1. 2. Consumable Medical Supplies Kits
    1. 3. Infant/Toddler Products
    1. 4. Plastic Sheeting, Tarps
    1. 5. Blankets
    1. 6. Comfort/Hygiene Kits
    1. 7. Water
    1. 8. Meals and canned goods
    1. 9. Forklift Rentals
    1. 10. Cargo Vans
    1. 11. Generators
    1. 12. Cots
    1. 13. Leased Copy Machines
    1. 14. Office Supplies
    1. 15. Shredder Bins
    1. 16. Portable Toilets
    1. 17. Sign Language Services
    1. 18. Temporary Labor
    1. 19. Janitorial Services
    1. 20. Translators
    1. 21. Temporary Lodging facilities

The process of becoming a properly registered federal contractor is laborious. Fortunately, Rafael Marrero & Company takes the headache out of the System for Award Management (SAM), DSBS and FEMA Contractor registration process!

 

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