FEMA Launches Blog

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has launched a blog.

In its first post, FEMA administrator Craig Fugate says the blog is another interactive tool for FEMA to use to communicate.

FEMA is already on Facebook and Twitter.

According to Fugate:

You’ll eventually hear from team members from across our agency, from our regional offices to our field offices, supporting local disaster recovery efforts. We will provide information before, during and after disaster strikes and we will highlight best practices, innovative ideas, and insights that are being used across emergency management and across the country.†

Many government agencies have blogs. The FEMA blog adds to a growing list and is likely to become a must-read when it comes to disasters and related info.

2 thoughts on “FEMA Launches Blog”

  1. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Rich Serino, recently announced a new online initiative to generate creative ideas for strengthening the emergency management field and improving our nation’s capacity to prepare for, respond to and recover from disasters.

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