RALEIGH, N.C. – If you applied for FEMA help in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew and you disagree with the decision stated in the letter you received, a quick fix may be all that is needed to change it.
It’s important that you read your letter carefully to understand FEMA’s decision so you will know exactly what you need to do. Many times applicants just need to submit extra documents for FEMA to process their application.
Examples of missing documentation may include an insurance settlement letter, proof of residence, proof of ownership of the damaged property, and proof that the damaged property was your primary residence at the time of the disaster.
If instructed and needed, you can simply submit missing documentation to FEMA online at www.disasterassistance.gov, by mail or fax, or by visiting a Disaster Recovery Center.
There may be more than one reason you disagree with FEMA’s decision. For example, if you feel the amount or type of assistance is incorrect, you may submit an appeal letter and any documents needed to support your claim, such as a contractor’s estimate for home repairs.
If you have insurance, FEMA cannot duplicate insurance payments. However, if you’re under-insured you may receive further assistance for unmet needs after insurance claims have been settled.
How to Appeal a FEMA Decision
All appeals must be filed in writing to FEMA. You should explain why you think the decision is incorrect. When submitting your letter, please include:
- Your full name
- Date and place of birth
In addition, your letter must be either notarized, include a copy of a state issued identification card, or include the following statement, “I hereby declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct.” You must sign the letter.
If someone other than you or the co-applicant is writing the letter, there must be a signed statement from you affirming that the person may act on your behalf. You should keep a copy of your appeal for your records.
To file an appeal, letters must be postmarked, received by fax, or personally submitted at a Disaster Recovery Center within 60 days of the date on the determination letter.
FEMA – Individuals & Households Program
National Processing Service Center
P.O. Box 10055
Hyattsville, MD 20782-7055
Attention: FEMA – Individuals & Households Program
You should have received a booklet called "Help after a Disaster." It explains what you need to provide for your appeal. The booklet is available online at www.fema.gov/help-after-disaster.
If you have any questions about submitting insurance documents, proving occupancy or ownership, or anything else about your letter, you may call the FEMA Helpline at 800-621-3362. If you use TTY, call 800-462-7585. Those who use 711 or Video Relay Service can call 800-621-3362. Lines are open from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. EDT, seven days a week, until further notice. You can also visit a North Carolina disaster recovery center and speak with a disaster assistance representative. Locate your closest center by going online to fema.gov/drc or by calling the FEMA Helpline.
Disaster recovery assistance is available without regard to race, color, religion, nationality, sex, age, disability, English proficiency or economic status. If you or someone you know has been discriminated against, call FEMA toll-free at 800-621-3362 or TTY at 800-462-7585.
FEMA’s mission is to support our citizens and first responders to ensure that as a nation we work together to build, sustain, and improve our capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from, and mitigate all hazards. Follow FEMA on twitter at @femaregion4. Download the FEMA app with tools and tips to keep you safe before, during, and after disasters.
Dial 2-1-1 or 888-892-1162 to speak with a trained call specialist about questions you have regarding Hurricane Matthew; the service is free, confidential and available in any language. They can help direct you to resources. Call 5-1-1 or 877-511-4662 for the latest road conditions or check the ReadyNC mobile app, which also has real-time shelter and evacuation information. For updates on Hurricane Matthew impacts and relief efforts, go to ReadyNC.org or follow N.C. Emergency Management on Twitter and Facebook. People or organizations that want to help ensure North Carolina recovers can visit NCdisasterrelief.org or text NCRecovers to 30306.
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is the federal government’s primary source of money for the long-term rebuilding of disaster-damaged private property. SBA helps homeowners, renters, businesses of all sizes, and private non-profit organizations fund repairs or rebuilding efforts and cover the cost of replacing lost or disaster-damaged personal property. These disaster loans cover losses not fully compensated by insurance or other recoveries and do not duplicate benefits of other agencies or organizations. For more information, applicants may contact SBA’s Customer Service Center by calling (800) 659-2955, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or visiting SBA’s Web site at www.sba.gov/disaster. Deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals may call (800) 877-8339.
How would emergency management and public health officials handle a catastrophe that taxed local supplies of vaccines or medical equipment? Since 1999, the federal government has had a way to help: the Strategic National Stockpile.
The stockpile consists of warehouses that contain medicines — both those that prevent the onset of an illness and those that can treat illnesses — and medical supplies and equipment. It is not meant to be the first line of defense, but rather to supplement resources when state and local supplies run short.
“The underlying premise of the Strategic National Stockpile is to respond to primarily chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear events,” said Greg Burel, director of the Division of Strategic National Stockpile at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). “We also hold material that would be useful in an influenza event.”
This spring, the U.S. Department of Education released its third version of the Handbook for Campus Safety and Security Reporting to help guide colleges in their continued implementation of the Clery Act.
Originally intended to bring greater transparency to campus crime reporting, especially around crimes against women, that law has been expanded in the decades since its inception. It now contains substantial language compelling schools to organize and document specific plans for issuing timely warnings and emergency notifications.
The Clery Act applies to some 6,000 colleges and universities that participate in federal financial aid programs. With the release of its latest handbook, the Department of Education says it is looking for these schools to take their emergency planning beyond the historic norms of academia.
Emergency Management has published several articles about the movement toward a next-generation 911 (NG911) system based on modern Internet protocols that will allow responders to take advantage of capabilities such as text and video messaging.
Beyond the capability to send and receive texts and multimedia, there are other benefits to the new types of networks. Public safety answering points (PSAPs) will be able to transfer calls and activate alternative routing to share the burden during an emergency or when they are closed by disaster.
But accompanying all these important benefits of the switch from analog to digital, one challenge looms large: the increased risk of cyberattacks on 911 call centers once they are connected to so many devices and other networks.
LUXEMBOURG – SES S.A. (Euronext Paris:SESG) (LuxX:SESG) as one of the private partners in emergency.lu, is providing vital connectivity services following the devastating Hurricane Matthew in Haiti.
“Satellite is the only infrastructure which enables communication networks to be restored quickly, facilitating the roll-out of coordinated humanitarian assistance and aid.”Tweet this
The category 4 hurricane hit southwest Haiti on October 4th. It was the strongest hurricane in Haiti since 1964 with wind velocity of over 235 km/h. The hurricane left hundreds dead and thousands of homes destroyed.
Communication services offered by emergency.lu provide connectivity to humanitarian responders in Haiti and are being deployed in close collaboration with the World Food Program (WFP) as global lead of the Emergency Telecommunications Cluster (ETC). One Rapid Deployment Kit is already on the ground and operational and in addition, a Regular Deployment Kit will be deployed shortly. The emergency.lu terminals use dedicated SES satellite capacity to re-establish vital communication links in order to improve the effectiveness of rapid response efforts. The connection is provided through inflatable antenna and a terminal and the capacity used is C band from SES-6.
“When a natural disaster such as the hurricane in Haiti strikes, infrastructure is badly damaged or destroyed completely. Communication networks are overloaded by people sourcing help and information or trying to contact relatives,” said Gerhard Bethscheider, Managing Director of SES Techcom Services. “Satellite is the only infrastructure which enables communication networks to be restored quickly, facilitating the roll-out of coordinated humanitarian assistance and aid.”
Emergency.lu is a public-private partnership between the Luxembourg government and three Luxembourg-based companies. These companies, SES Techcom Services, HITEC Luxembourg and Luxembourg Air Ambulance, design and operate the platform. Emergency.lu uses dedicated SES satellite capacity and ground infrastructure to re-establish communications networks in support of humanitarian relief operations.
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SES (Euronext Paris:SESG) (LuxX:SESG) is the world-leading satellite operator, with more than 50 geostationary satellites (GEO) and, through its subsidiary O3b Networks, 12 medium Earth orbit satellites (MEO). Focusing on value-added, end-to-end solutions in four key market verticals (Video, Enterprise, Mobility and Government), SES provides satellite communications services to broadcasters, content and internet service providers, and mobile and fixed network operators, as well as business and governmental organisations worldwide. SES's fleet includes the ASTRA satellite system, which has the largest Direct-to-Home (DTH) reach in Europe. Through its ownership of O3b Networks, SES significantly enhances existing data capabilities, and is the first satellite provider to deliver a differentiated and scalable GEO-MEO offering worldwide. Another SES subsidiary, MX1, is a leading media service provider and offers a full suite of innovative digital video and media services.
About SES Techcom Services:
SES Techcom Services is a 100% owned affiliate of SES, the world-leading satellite operator with a fleet of over 50 geostationary satellites, providing integrated end-to-end satellite solutions and operational services tailored to customers’ needs worldwide. Services offered by SES Techcom Services, which is ISO 9001 certified, include the design and delivery of ground infrastructure and operational services, VSAT networks, broadband connectivity and turnkey teleport solutions. It also develops innovative solutions for e-government, e-health and e-education, as well as applications for worldwide emergency satellite communications. Further information under www.ses.com/techcom
About HITEC Luxembourg S.A.
HITEC Luxembourg offers high technology solutions: satellite ground segment technology; equipment for testing and measuring of physical properties; engineering; consulting; software & ICT development and project management. Quality management and assurance, corporate social responsibility and environmental friendly business are the basis for sustainable growth and long-term partnerships with our stakeholders.
About Luxembourg Air Ambulance
Luxembourg Air Ambulance S.A. (LAA) is a subsidiary of Luxembourg Air Rescue A.s.b.l.. LAA is based at Luxembourg Airport where the company manages its hangars and offices. LAA is specialized in air-rescue and air-ambulance operations. Its current fleet is composed of five rotary-wing aircraft MD 902 and five fixed-wing aircraft composed of four Learjet 45XR and one Learjet 35A. All LAA aircraft are equipped as mobile intensive care unit and staffed with experienced emergency doctors and intensive care nurses. Thanks to LAA’s experience, it is able to dispatch its airplanes worldwide with short delay. Luxembourg Air Ambulance is ISO 9001:2008 certified.
Property and Casualty insurers gain access to critical risk decisioning data from LexisNexis pre-integrated with Guidewire InsurancePlatform™
ATLANTA – LexisNexis® Risk Solutions, a leading provider of data, analytics and technology for insurance, and a Guidewire PartnerConnect™ Solution partner, today announced upgrades to six Guidewire InsuranceSuite™ accelerators, including C.L.U.E. Auto, C.L.U.E. Property, National Credit File (NCF), Police Reporting, Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), and Auto Data Prefill. All accelerators for Guidewire PolicyCenter® and ClaimCenter are compatible with versions 7 and 8, and have successfully completed the Ready for Guidewire accelerator validation process.
LexisNexis Risk Solutions help insurers contain costs, streamline critical business processes and gain insightful business information with a combination of data and innovative analytics. The company's suite of accelerators makes it easier for Guidewire customers to integrate data analytics into their acquisition, retention, underwriting, and claims workflows for smarter risk decisioning, increased efficiency, faster transactions and improved customer experience.
"We continue to see TCO value for our customers when they're able to leverage an accelerator, and LexisNexis Risk Solutions has more accelerators than any other Guidewire partner as part of Guidewire's Ready for program," said Drew Whitmore, Senior Director of Global Alliances, Insurance, LexisNexis Risk Solutions. "This fact underscores our commitment to helping our customers address resource constraints within their organizations and implement the most robust set of data for their policy and claims decisions."
LexisNexis Risk Solutions leveraged its relationship with Guidewire PartnerConnect Consulting partner, Cynosure, as the systems integration organization to perform the accelerator upgrades. Cynosure is a boutique, global consulting firm focused on Guidewire InsuranceSuite™. Cynosure co-founder and CEO of core systems transformation, Sid Wadhwa said, "Working with LexisNexis Risk Solutions and Guidewire achieves our goal to help insurers maximize the value of their Guidewire investments in core systems modernization."
"We appreciate LexisNexis Risk Solutions' ongoing support of the Ready for Guidewire program," said Becky Mattick, director, Global Solution Alliances, Guidewire Software. "Their recent work to upgrade multiple accelerators to market is a testament of their dedication to bring value and reduce the total cost of ownership for our joint customers."
LexisNexis Risk Solutions insurance products are designed to integrate directly with an insurer's policy administration system (PAS) and claims management system (CMS) providing data, analytics, and other needed services at the beginning and throughout the life of the relationship with the insured.
With these upgrades, LexisNexis now offers the following Ready for Guidewire validated accelerators:
- Claims Datafill for ClaimCenter 7 and 8;
- C.L.U.E.® Auto for PolicyCenter 7 and 8;
- C.L.U.E.® Property for PolicyCenter 7 and 8;
- C.L.U.E. ® Commercial for ClaimCenter 7 and 8;
- Motor Vehicle Records for PolicyCenter 7 and 8;
- Auto Data Prefill for PolicyCenter 7 and 8;
- National Credit File (NCF) for PolicyCenter 7 and 8;
- Police Reports for ClaimCenter 7 and 8; and
- Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) for PolicyCenter 7 and 8.
The Ready for Guidewire validation mark designates that partner offerings have been through a rigorous review process that supports readiness for integration with Guidewire InsuranceSuite™ products.
About LexisNexis Risk Solutions
LexisNexis Risk Solutions is a leader in providing essential information that helps customers across industries and government predict, assess and manage risk. Combining cutting-edge technology, unique data and advanced analytics, LexisNexis Risk Solutions provides products and services that address evolving client needs in the risk sector while upholding the highest standards of security and privacy. LexisNexis Risk is part of RELX Group, a world-leading provider of information and analytics for professional and business customers across industries.
Based in Jacksonville, Florida, Cynosure is a team of Guidewire InsuranceSuite™ experts focused on simplifying core system transformation for insurers. Cynosure was founded with the objective of helping Guidewire Software® customers lower their total cost of ownership. Leveraging its deep understanding of Guidewire products, Cynosure delivers speed and efficiency to its clients' business operations. For more information about Cynosure, visit CynosureInc.com or call (630) 481-7739.
KEMP, Texas – Larson Electronics, a leading manufacturer and supplier of industrial grade lighting equipment, has announced the release of a 36 watt temporary fixed mount LED mini light tower for general work areas and other applications where an easily deployable and reliable source of lighting is needed.
The TPM-GL20004-16CC LED light tower from Larson Electronics contains one LED light head that produces 2,520 lumens while using 36 watts of power. The LED light head on this telescoping pole is operated with a single wireless remote control that rotates the light a full 370° horizontally and moves it vertically 170°. The beam on this spotlight is 900 feet long by 70 feet wide. An additional flood lens is available as an accessory to diffuse the light beam, providing a wider spread of light for close work activities.
This temporary fixed mount aluminum light pole extends from four feet to nine feet and includes a mounting bracket with four pre-drilled holes. The pole mount features a pneumatic braking system that prevents the pole from suddenly collapsing, which ads in safety and security. This tower is equipped with a 16 foot coil cord terminated in an optional cigarette plug, battery clamps, or ring terminals to allow operators to connect to a low voltage power source. The easy deployment of this light tower makes it ideal as an emergency response scene light for first responders to downed lines, main breaks, or accidents.
“This new telescoping light pole is ideal for first responders needing a quick deployable light source that can be operated by a truck mounted generator or through a cigarette plug,” said Rob Bresnahan with Larsonelectronics.com. “Featuring a removable light head and a collapsible design, this unit can be easily stored in a tool box or under seats for easy access.”
Larson Electronics carries an extensive line of LED light towers, portable power distribution systems, explosion proof lights for hazardous locations, portable work lights and industrial grade LED area lights. You can view Larson Electronics’ entire line of lighting by visiting them on the web at Larsonelectronics.com. You can also call 1-800-369-6671 to learn more or call 1-214-616-6180 for international inquiries.
First Delivery Order Received for $35 Million for Homeland Security Applications
HAWTHORNE, Calif. – OSI Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:OSIS) today announced that its recently acquired business, American Science and Engineering, Inc. (AS&E), has been awarded an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract from U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) for Z Portal® cargo and vehicle screening systems. The two-year Z Portal sole-source IDIQ contract is valued up to $64 million. AS&E also received the first delivery order under the IDIQ contract valued at approximately $35 million. The Z Portal systems are expected to be deployed for homeland security applications at multiple border locations.
“The recent AS&E acquisition immediately broadens our offerings for customs applications with proven backscatter-based solutions,” said Deepak Chopra, OSI’s Chairman and CEO. “The award follows the deployment of Z Portal systems on U.S. border crossings, where they are used to safely and effectively screen vehicles for explosive threats, drugs, and other contraband. We are pleased to receive this IDIQ award from CBP and look forward to continuing to support its critical counter-drug and anti-terrorism missions.”
About Z Portal Cargo and Vehicle Screening Systems
The Z Portal system is the only drive-through cargo and vehicle inspection system that uses multiple detection technologies to provide up to six views of the vehicle under inspection. The Z Portal system incorporates AS&E’s latest source and detector innovations in a more compact design, enabling improved image quality at higher throughput rates in space-constrained locations such as checkpoints at congested border crossings.
OSI Systems, Inc. is a vertically integrated designer and manufacturer of specialized electronic systems and components for critical applications in the homeland security, healthcare, defense, and aerospace industries. OSI combines more than 30 years of electronics engineering and manufacturing experience with offices and production facilities in more than a dozen countries to implement a strategy of expansion into selective end-product markets. For more information on OSI Systems, Inc. or any of its subsidiary companies, visit OSI Systems. News Filter: OSIS-G
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North American suppliers apply insight and innovation to protect growingpopulations and infrastructure
DOHA, Qatar — In the Middle East, as populations and infrastructure grow, public and private stakeholders are looking for new ways to protect people and property. With solutions ranging from large-scale homeland security strategies to risk-specific equipment, products and services, leading suppliers from the United States and Canada will compete for defense and securitybusinessat Milipol Qatar in Doha, October 31 through November 2.
The centerpiece of the effort will be the North American Pavilion, organized by Kallman Worldwide, Inc., the show’s official representative to the continent, in coordination with numerous government agencies, including the U.S. departments of Commerce, Defense and State and their Canadian counterparts. The Pavilion will be a primary destination for buyers looking to meet industry leaders, an on-site business hub for North American exhibitors looking to maximize their exposure and impact at the event, and a forum for all to share industry information and insights.
Ranging from publicly-traded stalwarts such as General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) Land Systems Canada and Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) to privately held small-and-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with fewer than 250 employees, Pavilion exhibitors are looking to initiate or strengthen international partnerships that will generate new business and create more jobs back home.
“When North American companies commit to exhibit at Milipol Qatar, we’re saying we believe in the power of this event to attract real business prospects and customers,” said Kallman Worldwide President and CEO, Tom Kallman. “As the dynamics of life in the Middle East inspire new strategies for defense and security, we’re proud to work with the Milipol organizers to help our exhibitors succeed in Qatar, whether as prime contractors or subcontractors in support of regional manufacturers, service partners and their end-user customers.”
Kallman pointed to two companies that exemplify the wide range of solutions presented at the Pavilion:
- Passport Systems (Booth K-030) develops advanced active and passive solutions to rapidly and automatically detect, localize and identify concealed threats and contraband for a broad range of applications, including pedestrian-, vehicle-, and fixed-facility-based approaches. The company was recently presented with the Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) Security Innovation Award from U.S. Senator Edward Markey, who thanked company CEO, Dr. Robert Ledoux and his team for creating, “a truly remarkable cargo inspection system capable of detecting potentially dangerous material and other contraband.”
- Canadian manufacturer Newcon Optik(Booth L-029) has its sights set on new business — literally — with a number of innovative gunsights and accessories including:
- The SEEKER Series of mountable laser rangefinders are versatile, lightweight and MIL-SPEC modules capable of being boresighted to practically any optical system, including spotting scopes, binoculars, and thermal imagers, as well as mounted onto rifles and integrated into complex fire control systems.
- NVS 27M is an exceptionally lightweight and versatile Gen 3 night vision clip-on is rugged, compact and durable.
- LRM 3500M, a MIL-SPEC, pocket-sized laser rangefinder monocular that’s designed to outperform other devices of its class.
“In an increasingly dangerous world, security is a growth market, and competition lurks around every corner,” said Kallman. “From surveillance and weapons to equipment and training, our North American exhibitors are bringing exceptional innovation, ideas and experience to Milipol Qatar.”
ABOUT KALLMAN WORLDWIDE, INC.
Export with purpose. Exhibit with confidence. Kallman Worldwide is an export marketing advocate focused on helping the United States of America and its leading businesses capitalize on international trade shows and events to grow their share of global markets. Our flagship International Pavilion programs cover all the details of creating and presenting a professional business environment to buyers, enabling exhibitors, clients and partners to make the most of their event opportunities, cultivate meaningful global business relationships and account for a measurable return on their export marketing investment.
Since 1963, Kallman has helped more than 10,000 companies, associations and government agencies stand out at nearly 1,000 industry and professional events in 46 countries. The company is a strategic partner of the U.S. Department of Commerce, and a proud recipient of the President’s “E” Award. In 2016, Kallman Worldwide was honored to receive the AmCham Abu Dhabi “Falcon” Award for its organization-wide commitment to building sustainable business relationships between the U.S. and the U.A.E. The company recently joined the Bilateral US-Arab Chamber of Commerce in support of the Chamber’s mission to foster economic growth, educational advancement and mutual respect between the U.S. and the MENA region. For more information visit www.kallman.com
Axiom provides additional fiber diversity and carrier-neutral interconnection to Telehouse customers
NEW YORK, NY - Axiom Fiber Networks, the telecommunications infrastructure services provider, operating in the greater New York City metropolitan region, has recently established a Point of Presence (PoP) at Telehouse, a global leader for data centers, international Internet exchanges and managed IT services. Telehouse brings together more than 3,000 business partners in the carrier, mobile, content providers, enterprises and financial services markets to its 85 10th Avenue Chelsea Data Center. The new PoP grants Telehouse’s carrier and enterprise customers full access to access to Axiom’s fiber rich network interconnected to major carrier meeting points.
Axiom Fiber Networks offers dark fiber and lit solutions with flexible business terms delivered with speed, simplicity, and confidence. Telehouse customers can access custom designed, built and managed dark and lit solutions while Axiom customers will now have key access to crucial international Internet exchanges located in the facility.
“High-bandwidth, high-density network services are in high demand in NYC and the need continues to grow,” states Felipe Alvarez, Chief Executive Officer of Axiom Fiber Networks. “By extending our fiber network into Telehouse’s NYC Chelsea location, we allow its customers to access a rich, dense telecommunications infrastructure. We look forward to a long relationship with Telehouse.”
“As the global leader for data centers, housing key International Internet Exchanges, and focusing on customers in digital media, technology, healthcare, and finance, we view the addition of Axiom to 85 10th Avenue as a strategic offering to our growing customer base,” comments Satoshi Adachi, VP of Sales and Marketing for Telehouse. “Our customers are looking for speedy provisioning and reliable connectivity that Axiom provides.”
Axiom offers cross-connects ranging from single pairs to massively dense configurations in the facility. The company provides a dark fiber network that places every building from Midtown to Lower Manhattan within an easy dark-fiber cross-connect.
About Axiom Fiber Networks
Axiom Fiber Networks provides telecommunications infrastructure services over its fiber network to carriers and enterprise customers in the greater NYC Metropolitan region.
We offer dark fiber and custom networking solutions, focused on creating the best customer experience from sale through implementation, and ongoing service life-cycle management. Our business philosophy is based on offering operationally efficient solutions with flexible business terms, and delivered with speed, simplicity, and confidence.