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Disaster Recovery Assistance for Communities in Alberta

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Emergency Operations

Many communities have worked hard to be prepared for any type of disaster. This preparation is generally developed with great care and attention, well practiced and formally documented. The response to emergencies involves the communities’ first responders, the community staff and all of the volunteers and organizations assisting in responding to the event. If an event is deemed eligible for a Disaster Recovery Program, all incremental costs related to that first response are eligible for reimbursement.

We at Disaster Recovery Solutions can assist communities in being prepared for the most efficient and effective collection of the data that supports those expenses. Early consideration to accounting practices that provide easy access to those costs can be invaluable when it is time to prepare the submission requesting compensation. This type of information and consultation is available to communities prior to the event to ensure that when an event happens they are as prepared to recover as they are to respond. Understanding the process and understanding what is and is not eligible for reimbursement in the response category can allow a community to make decisions that not only affect their response protocols but also affect their recovery efficiency.

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