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May 9, 2014

Be ready ahead of time to get in on federal disaster relief contracts

  • The government has taken measures since Hurricane Katrina to more quickly respond to major natural disasters.
  • By JAMES F. NAGLE
    Oles Morrison Rinker & Baker

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    The American public generally agrees that the federal government's contracting response to such natural disasters as hurricanes Katrina and Sandy and the Joplin, Mo., tornado were not hallmarks of efficiency. So, while the memories of the Oso mudslide are still fresh in our minds, it might be good to review what the federal government has done since Katrina to assure that it can more quickly and efficiently respond to the next major natural disaster.


     
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