Maximizing Your Disaster Cost Recovery
Michael Martinet, CEM
February 12, 2014
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Related Web Resources:
FEMA Public Assistance Program
EMI IS-634, Introduction to FEMA's Public Assistance Program
44 CFR ß13.36 Procurement
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Missouri State Emergency Management
"The information is very useful to Emergency Management."
Curtis L. Wallace
Savannah Fire & Emergency Services
"Great information to share with city manager and finance director to ensure our purchasing policy is in line with Feds."
City of Auburn Police Department
"Amy, Great topic and very important to every community. These recovery funds will help rebuild the impacted area much faster."
Command Post Solutions
"The bean counters always win in the end - this presentation highlighted why it is important to plan financial activities in the quiet time."
"Always more things to learn! Great job, Mike."
"This is really good information. As stated during the webcast, many organizations are unaware of the FEMA after disaster recovery complicated auditing process."
Lee Memorial Health System
Michael Martinet is the principal of the
Martinet Group, LLC and specializes in disaster finance training and
cost recovery planning.
Previously he was the Emergency Planning
Manager for the Controllerís Office in the City and County of San
Francisco. Mr. Martinet served as the Executive Director for the Office
of Disaster Management, Area G for 16 years, a consortium of 14 cities
in Los Angeles County.
He holds a Masterís degree in Emergency
Services Administration, and is a Certified Emergency Manager. He
is the past Vice-president of IAEM Region IX, and a past member of the
IAEM Global Board. He currently chairs the Ad Hoc Committee on
Disaster Cost Recovery for IAEM.
He served on the CEM© Commission for six
years and he was a principal on the NFPA Committee on Standard
1600. He also served as an assessor for the Emergency Management
Mr. Martinet frequently speaks at state,
national and international emergency management conferences on disaster
finance and business continuity issues.