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Mitigation Planning

GTS specializes in the following mitigation planning services:

  • Comprehensive Emergency Management Planning (CEMP)
  • Host Jurisdiction Planning (accepting evacuees from other areas)
  • Long-term Recovery Planning
  • Hazard and Risk Assessments
  • Hazard Mitigation Planning

As a community leader, in the immediate aftermath of an event, you have a tremendous opportunity to obtain new hazard data. Don’t miss the opportunity to develop and implement mitigation techniques in preparation for potential future incidents. Creating a strategic mitigation plan can help reduce the impact of physical, social, emotional, and economic damage due to disasters, engage your community members and utilize their input, as well as, be eligible to

We may not be able to eliminate risk from natural disasters entirely, but we can work on making hazard mitigation planning and risk reduction more organic and integral to your business. We can reduce the impact of disasters by ensuring we keep a cycle of planning and response going.

We can guide our clients through the following grant programs:

Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP)
Assists in implementing long-term hazard mitigation planning and projects following a Presidential major disaster declaration.

Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) Program
Provides funds for planning and projects to reduce or eliminate risk of flood damage to buildings that are insured annually under the National Flood Insurance Program.

HMGP Post Fire Grant
Assistance available to help communities implement hazard mitigation measures after wildfire disasters.

Building Resilient Infrastructure & Communities (BRIC)
Support for states, local communities, tribes and territories as they undertake hazard mitigation projects, reducing the risks they face from disasters and natural hazards.

A part of your Integration Team, we used proprietary data collection software that monitors, measures, reports, and repeats the tenets of a continuous hazard mitigation planning process.

Remember, the disaster environment is constantly changing, and your mitigation activities need to change with it. How do we help? As an integrator, we capture and utilize information and data from a disaster and learn from them, better understand the risks, and take action to further reduce or eliminate the impact. In the end, it is the people that we ultimately seek to protect, and for whom we seek to provide safer work environments and communities in which to thrive.

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Statement of Interest (SOI)

  • Pre-Disasaster Mitigation Grant (PDM) FY 2020
  • Flood Mitigation Assistance Grant (FMA) FY 2020
  • Building Resilient Infrastructure Communities (BRIC) FY 2020

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