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Surveys will be sent out and summary of survey will be emailed to JSC SBC ELT members via email
73 respondents out of 177 surveys sent
Valerie is now the Government Contract Action Officer for Emergency Contracts for the Country
To gain access to disaster recovery contracts:
Must be in SAM, and check box “yes” to be included in Disaster Response Registry. Once in there, CO’s go to Registry.
Stafford Act (run by Homeland Security) is in place where CO’s can set aside work in counties declared disastrous by the President (only).
Rise Act also in place also, and participants will earn double credits for awards to small businesses under disaster acts.
For FEMA contracts, they look locally first, then state, and last nationally.
State of Texas – Debris removed by Core of Engineers.
PTAC – Information for Texas and Florida complete, working on Puerto Rico.
If a home loan is needed because of flooding, the SBA will loan up to $200K, $40K for contents at 1.75% to 3.5% interest rates.
Renters can obtain up to $40K for contents.
Businesses directly impacted can obtain up to $2M; business loans also available if only loss of revenue.
SBA is looking for 120+ day employees at $28-$35 hour for disaster recovery efforts (short term). See
Intense scrutiny on disaster loans and contracts.
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