FEMA's Efforts to Create a "Whole Community" [video]
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In this Viewpoints segment, Deputy Administrator Richard Serino discusses FEMA’s vision to unify American communities. The strategies are designed to give unrepresented parties a “literal seat at the table.” Among the efforts to create a “whole community,” are bringing together private and non-profit groups, building a culture of yes, and operating as an expeditionary, “survivor-centric” organization.
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