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Title 44Chapter ISubchapter DPart 206


TITLE 44—Emergency Management and Assistance

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

SUBCHAPTER D—DISASTER ASSISTANCE

PART 206—FEDERAL DISASTER ASSISTANCE

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§206.1
Purpose.
§206.2
Definitions.
§206.3
Policy.
§206.4
State emergency plans.
§206.5
Assistance by other Federal agencies.
§206.6
Donation or loan of Federal equipment and supplies.
§206.7
Implementation of assistance from other Federal agencies.
§206.8
Reimbursement of other Federal agencies.
§206.9
Nonliability.
§206.10
Use of local firms and individuals.
§206.11
Nondiscrimination in disaster assistance.
§206.12
Use and coordination of relief organizations.
§206.13
Standards and reviews.
§206.14
Criminal and civil penalties.
§206.15
Recovery of assistance.
§206.16
Audit and investigations.
§206.17
Effective date.
§§206.18-206.30
[Reserved]
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Subpart B—THE DECLARATION PROCESS

§206.31
Purpose.
§206.32
Definitions.
§206.33
Preliminary damage assessment.
§206.34
Request for utilization of Department of Defense (DOD) resources.
§206.35
Requests for emergency declarations.
§206.36
Requests for major disaster declarations.
§206.37
Processing requests for declarations of a major disaster or emergency.
§206.38
Presidential determination.
§206.39
Notification.
§206.40
Designation of affected areas and eligible assistance.
§206.41
Appointment of disaster officials.
§206.42
Responsibilities of coordinating officers.
§206.43
Emergency support teams.
§206.44
FEMA-State Agreements.
§206.45
Loans of non-Federal share.
§206.46
Appeals.
§206.47
Cost-share adjustments.
§206.48
Factors considered when evaluating a Governor's request for a major disaster declaration.
§§206.49-206.60
[Reserved]
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Subpart C—EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE

§206.61
Purpose.
§206.62
Available assistance.
§206.63
Provision of assistance.
§206.64
Coordination of assistance.
§206.65
Cost sharing.
§206.66
Limitation on expenditures.
§206.67
Requirement when limitation is exceeded.
§§206.68-206.100
[Reserved]
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Subpart D—FEDERAL ASSISTANCE TO INDIVIDUALS AND HOUSEHOLDS

§206.101
Temporary housing assistance for emergencies and major disasters declared on or before October 14, 2002.
§§206.102-206.109
[Reserved]
§206.110
Federal assistance to individuals and households.
§206.111
Definitions.
§206.112
Registration period.
§206.113
Eligibility factors.
§206.114
Criteria for continued assistance.
§206.115
Appeals.
§206.116
Recovery of funds.
§206.117
Housing assistance.
§206.118
Disposal of housing units.
§206.119
Financial assistance to address other needs.
§206.120
State administration of other needs assistance.
§§206.121-206.130
[Reserved]
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Subpart E—INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY GRANT PROGRAMS

§206.131
Individual and Family Grant Program for major disasters declared on or before October 14, 2002.
§§206.132-206.140
[Reserved]
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Subpart F—OTHER INDIVIDUAL ASSISTANCE

§206.141
Disaster unemployment assistance.
§§206.142-206.150
[Reserved]
§206.151
Food commodities.
§§206.152-206.160
[Reserved]
§206.161
Relocation assistance.
§§206.162-206.163
[Reserved]
§206.164
Disaster legal services.
§§206.165-206.170
[Reserved]
§206.171
Crisis counseling assistance and training.
§§206.172-206.180
[Reserved]
§206.181
Use of gifts and bequests for disaster assistance purposes.
§§206.182-206.190
[Reserved]
§206.191
Duplication of benefits.
§§206.192-206.199
[Reserved]
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Subpart G—PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PROJECT ADMINISTRATION

§206.200
General.
§206.201
Definitions used in this subpart.
§206.202
Application procedures.
§206.203
Federal grant assistance.
§206.204
Project performance.
§206.205
Payment of claims.
§206.206
Appeals.
§206.207
Administrative and audit requirements.
§206.208
Direct Federal assistance.
§206.209
Arbitration for Public Assistance determinations related to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita (Major disaster declarations DR-1603, DR-1604, DR-1605, DR-1606, and DR-1607).
§206.210
Dispute Resolution Pilot Program.
§§206.211-206.219
[Reserved]
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Subpart H—PUBLIC ASSISTANCE ELIGIBILITY

§206.220
General.
§206.221
Definitions.
§206.222
Applicant eligibility.
§206.223
General work eligibility.
§206.224
Debris removal.
§206.225
Emergency work.
§206.226
Restoration of damaged facilities.
§206.227
Snow assistance.
§206.228
Allowable costs.
§§206.229-206.249
[Reserved]
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Subpart I—PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS

§206.250
General.
§206.251
Definitions.
§206.252
Insurance requirements for facilities damaged by flood.
§206.253
Insurance requirements for facilities damaged by disasters other than flood.
§§206.254-206.339
[Reserved]
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Subpart J—COASTAL BARRIER RESOURCES ACT

§206.340
Purpose of subpart.
§206.341
Policy.
§206.342
Definitions.
§206.343
Scope.
§206.344
Limitations on Federal expenditures.
§206.345
Exceptions.
§206.346
Applicability to disaster assistance.
§206.347
Requirements.
§206.348
Consultation.
§206.349
Consistency determinations.
§§206.350-206.359
[Reserved]
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Subpart K—COMMUNITY DISASTER LOANS

§206.360
Purpose.
§206.361
Loan program.
§206.362
Responsibilities.
§206.363
Eligibility criteria.
§206.364
Loan application.
§206.365
Loan administration.
§206.366
Loan cancellation.
§206.367
Loan repayment.
§§206.368-206.369
[Reserved]
§206.370
Purpose and scope.
§206.371
Loan program.
§206.372
Responsibilities.
§206.373
Eligibility criteria.
§206.374
Loan application.
§206.375
Loan administration.
§206.376
Loan cancellation.
§206.377
Loan repayment.
§§206.378-206.389
[Reserved]
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Subpart L—FIRE SUPPRESSION ASSISTANCE

§206.390
General.
§206.391
FEMA-State Agreement.
§206.392
Request for assistance.
§206.393
Providing assistance.
§206.394
Cost eligibility.
§206.395
Grant administration.
§§206.396-206.399
[Reserved]
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Subpart M—MINIMUM STANDARDS

§206.400
General.
§206.401
Local standards.
§206.402
Compliance.
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Subpart N—HAZARD MITIGATION GRANT PROGRAM

§206.430
General.
§206.431
Definitions.
§206.432
Federal grant assistance.
§206.433
State responsibilities.
§206.434
Eligibility.
§206.435
Project identification and selection criteria.
§206.436
Application procedures.
§206.437
State administrative plan.
§206.438
Project management.
§206.439
Allowable costs.
§206.440
Appeals.


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