The Federal Emergency Management Agency last week released guidance intended to streamline the application process for hospital generator projects under its Hazard Mitigation Assistance programs. The guidance establishes pre-calculated benefit values for certain hospital generator projects to demonstrate cost-effectiveness. States, communities, tribes and territories can apply through Jan. 28 for over $1 billion in Hazard Mitigation Assistance for various projects.

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