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FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY (FEMA)
Statement of Regulatory Priorities
The Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA's) primary mission is 
to develop and implement an integrated and viable national program for 
emergency management. FEMA's goals are to:

<bullet> Establish a risk-based, all-hazards national emergency 
            management partnership involving FEMA, other Federal 
            agencies, State and local governments, and volunteer and 
            private organizations;
<bullet> Improve the effectiveness of all levels of government to 
            mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from the 
            effects of all hazards, regardless of cause;
<bullet> Assist in the development of preparedness planning programs at 
            State and local levels to increase communities's abilities 
            to cope with disaster and emergency situations of all 
            types;
<bullet> Provide training programs and materials for all levels of 
            government that are responsive to planning and operational 
            needs for all-hazards emergency management, flexible to 
            changes in those needs, and readily disseminated to the 
            field;
<bullet> Establish a comprehensive exercise program for all levels of 
            government that satisfies the demonstration of capability, 
            evaluation of performance, and correction of issues 
            identified;
<bullet> Develop guidance for Federal departments and agencies, State 
            and local governments and the private sector for use in the 
            implementation of national security emergency preparedness 
            policy and the development of plans and programs to support 
            a national security emergency;
<bullet> Coordinate the development and implementation of plans for the 
            operation and continuity of essential domestic emergency 
            functions of the Federal Government during national 
            security emergencies; and
<bullet> Develop comprehensive mitigation programs with emphasis on 
            improved design and construction practices, sound land use 
            management policies and increased public awareness in order 
            to reduce losses to life and property from the effects of 
            natural and other hazards.
To achieve its missions and goals, FEMA's regulatory priority is to 
accomplish emergency management objectives while reducing 
administrative procedures and minimizing costs. FEMA administers its 
programs in partnership with Federal, State, and local governments, 
using the minimum regulatory activity necessary to achieve the desired 
results. In the coming year, FEMA expects to continue to work actively 
with the Administration to streamline the regulatory process, to 
promote public involvement in the rulemaking process, to reach out to 
affected constituencies, and otherwise to ensure that FEMA's regulatory 
programs are consistent with the regulatory philosophy and principles 
of regulation set forth in Executive Order 12866, Regulatory Planning 
and Review.
Based on FEMA's regulatory policy and the Administration's regulatory 
principles, the regulatory activities contemplated by FEMA for fiscal 
year 1995 are limited to actions that:

<bullet> Implement congressionally authorized or Administration-
            supported programs, for example, revisions to the National 
            Flood Insurance Act; merger and integration of the Federal 
            Civil Defense Act and the Robert T. Stafford Disaster 
            Relief and Emergency Assistance Act; implementation of the 
            Arson Prevention Act; the National Earthquake Hazards 
            Reduction Program assistance to State and local 
            governments; revision of FEMA responsibilities under the 
            Defense Production Act of 1950, as amended;
<bullet> Streamline program management, increase fiscal accountability, 
            and reduce the costs of existing programs, e.g., review and 
            revise 44 CFR in light of the recent reorganization of 
            FEMA; revise policies and procedures for assistance to 
            individual disaster victims, administrative remedies for 
            false claims and statements, and fees for radiological 
            emergency preparedness planning services; and
<bullet> Reflect changes in laws, conditions, policy, technological 
            advancement or experience from program operations, for 
            example, changes made in the National Flood Insurance Act, 
            the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency 
            Assistance Act, the Federal Civil Defense Act, the Fire 
            Prevention and Control Act, the FEMA appropriations act, 
            and other legislation; and changes resulting from FEMA 
            experience in responding to recent disasters.
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