Map Mod Status and Transition to Risk MAP Jeff Sparrow NFDA Annual Retreat April 2009 Presentation Objectives Map Mod Completion Map Mod Accomplishments CDS and PM Transition Transition from NSP to PTS Scope of PTS Map Mod Completion Map Mod Completion Map Mod Accomplishments https://hazards.fema.gov/femaportal/wps/portal
www.fema.gov/plan/prevent/fhm/dl_mhip.shtm http://msc.fema.gov Recognition: 2008-2009: American Council of Engineering Companies of Metropolitan Washington Honor Award for NFHL 2008: Alexandria Innovation in Technology Award for the MIP 2008: FEMA Administrators Award for Excellence 2007: Highest rated program by DHS Office of Chief Procurement Officer 09 Production Ordering Se p 20 20 09
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Risk MAP PTS Operations TRANSITION Risk MAP Multi-Hazard Identification Plan Released Solution Definition Baking the Risk MAP Solution Complete Initial Enterprise Architecture Complete SOLUTION DEFINITION AND IMPLEMENTATION Capability Development and Deployment Multi-Year Planning MULTI-YEAR PLANNING
: Contract Award Date Submit MIP Sequencing Tool Business Rules : Transition Complete 6 Transition from NSP to CDS and PM Transition from NSP to PTS Transition from NSP to PTS Scope of PTS Produce Risk MAP Products Foster Mutually Beneficial Partnerships
Advance the Use of Risk MAP Products Align Risk MAP with other Leverage data, technology, Develop an iterative & Map Mod achievements Support FEMA, partners, and NGOs Align Risk MAP activities with States and OFAs Foster relationships at Federal, State, and local levels participatory process, promoting data ownership/
mitigation strategy Ensure timely adoption of DFIRMs/promote enhanced floodplain management Measure use of Risk MAP products Educate communities/ outreach programs Identify flood hazard data needs & implement a life cycle approach DFIRM production from prescoping through map adoption Incorporate various risk data Provide disaster support Support FEMA Regions & HQ
Unique and technical issues Daily RSC support EVM and coordination with PM and CDS contractors LOMCs, Special Correspondence, HAZUS, risk assessments/mitigation planning Questions and Answers
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