E0214: Hazard Mitigation Assistance: Project Implementation and Closeout
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Selection Criteria: The primary audience for this course includes personnel of local jurisdictions, tribal governments, and private non-profit organizations that are eligible applicants for Unified Hazard Mitigation Assistance (HMA) grants; state mitigation staffs responsible for assisting Unified HMA sub-applicants; FEMA employees who assist state mitigation staff and/or who are responsible for monitoring Unified HMA grant awards; and staffs of public or private sector organizations that offer consulting services to Unified HMA grant applicants. The secondary audience for this course includes state and tribal liaisons, environmental planning and historical preservation staff, Federal Coordinating Officers, and Grants Program Directorate staff.
- Explain the project activities that occur in the three phases of project implementation (i.e., Initiation and Planning, Execution and Monitoring, and Closeout) and apply the regulatory requirements and best practices that will help them successfully accomplish each phase.
- Explain the seven project management principles that support the three phases of project implementation and apply those principles through the use of best practices, tools, and templates.
- Emergency Management
Primary Core Capability
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