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Private Sector Advisory
FEMA Podcast Live from the 8th Annual Building Resilience through Private-Public Partnership Conference in Washington, DC
FEMA’s most recent podcast focuses on the 8th Annual Building Resilience through Private-Public Partnerships conference last week in Washington, D.C. This episode includes interviews with a number of FEMA’s private sector and non-profit partners to examine best practices among all sectors coming out of recent disasters, and the opportunity for the private sector’s continued support to build a culture of resilience.
The FEMA Podcast is an audio series available to anyone interested in learning more about the agency, hearing about innovation in the field of emergency management, and listening to stories about communities and individuals recovering after disasters.
The FEMA Podcast is available on Apple iTunes and Google Play to stream or download. Approximately 20 to 30 minutes in length, the podcast will be updated with a new episode every two weeks. Also included in the weekly podcast is a link to the transcript. Listeners will have the ability to subscribe to new episodes, which will then automatically update on a listener’s device.
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