ISC, through our technical partner, was selected by FEMA to continue to support Hurricane Sandy Recovery Operations. Over the past 4 years, the ISC team has been responsible for preparing FEMA Public Assistance and Section 428 PA Alternate Procedures grant funding and the obligation of over $8 billion by FEMA. We are proud that our ISC team has been of high value to the FEMA recovery operation!
In October 2012, Hurricane Sandy made landfall in New Jersey and New York City, damaging hundreds of thousands of homes, forcing tens of thousands of residents into shelters, and causing an estimated sixty-five billion dollars in damage to vital infrastructure system. Two years later, ISC continues to work with FEMA, NY SEMO, New York City, and local agencies, authorities, and private non-profits to administer billions in disaster recovery funding from this decade’s most devastating disaster.
ISC mobilized resources to support disaster recovery operations following the devastating Moore, Oklahoma tornado. On May 20, 2013, a F5 tornado traveled 17 miles causing a 17-mile path of destruction through Oklahoma, including a heavily populated section of Moore. ISC personnel worked with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide technical support with the assessment of damages, debris removal and assessing damage to infrastructure and public facilities.
Integrated Solutions Consulting has mobilized several technical specialists to the disaster recovery efforts throughout the New York City metropolitan area. ISC technical specialists are assessing damages to critical and essential public infrastructure and working with FEMA and local and state applicants to recoup federal disaster recovery assistance funding from FEMA’s Public Assistance Program.