FEMA’s Infographic on How to Apply for Assistance

Well, it looks like FEMA, and probably other federal agencies, have taken to creating an infographics. See: What to Expect After You Apply for FEMA Aid, an infographic currently being used in S.C.

Thanks to fellow blogger Eric Holdeman for the citation.

Update late Friday: Indeed, other federal agencies are also doing infographics. See the one just added from a reader at GAO, in the comment section of this posting. 

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3 Responses to FEMA’s Infographic on How to Apply for Assistance

  1. recoverydiva says:

    Hello: I just checked out your website and am interested in your work. I would like to know more about your organization, such as where you are based and who provides support. Be glad to give you a plug on my blog or professional facebook groups.

  2. clovah51 says:

    Hey Claire. If you haven’t seen it, I thought you might be interested in our infographic about fiscal risks. Note that disasters and environment is squarely on the list. (Yes other federal agencies are creating infographics.)

    http://www.gao.gov/fiscal_outlook/federal_fiscal_outlook/interactive_graphic/fiscal_exposures_infographic

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    Kathryn E Godfrey
    Assistant Director, Homeland Security
    U.S. Government Accountability Office

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