The National Disaster Recovery Program Database
FEMA Creates A Web-Based Tool To Help Communities Rebuild After A Disaster
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has created a web-based tool, known as the National Disaster Recovery Program Database (NDRPD), which will provide data on a range of programs from all levels of government along with the private and non-profit sectors to help communities rebuild after a disaster.
The NDRPD is available for anyone to view and will serve as a central location for State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial governments and emergency managers to view and investigate recovery programs sponsored by governments and for-profit, non-profit, and charitable organizations. This user-friendly web site will provide easy access to information, improve the visibility of programs that can help communities, and allow communities to focus on those programs best suited to their needs through user friendly tools.
If your organization offers programs that can help communities recover and rebuild after a disaster and you would like for those programs to be listed in the online National Disaster Recovery Program Database, or would like to be granted rights to enter and manage your programs information on the site, please contact NDHTF@dhs.gov.
No cost is associated with posting your information on the site or obtaining an account. Once the program is reviewed and approved, the requester will receive a user guide with instructions on how to manually submit and manage programs on the site. Please note that these programs should be related to response, recovery or mitigation. FEMA reserves the right to not post programs if they are determined to be unrelated to the mission of the database.
The database is available on the publicly accessible FEMA National Disaster Housing Strategy Resource Center Web site at http://www.fema.gov/emergency/disasterhousing/.