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Chapter : Insurance
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) (Homeland Security Dept.), Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration,400 C St. S.W., #313, 20472; (202) 646-2781. Fax, (202) 646-7970. Roy E. Wright, Associate Administrator (Acting).
Administers federal insurance programs, including the National Flood Insurance Program, to reduce future losses from floods, earthquakes, tornadoes, and other natural disasters. Makes low-cost flood insurance available to eligible homeowners.
For a listing of relevant congressional committees and subcommittees, please see pages 38–39 or the Appendix.
American Academy of Actuaries,1850 M St. N.W., #300, 20036; (202) 223-8196. Fax, (202) 872-1948. Steve Alpert, President; Mary Downs, Executive Director.
General email, firstname.lastname@example.org
[Page 80]Membership: professional actuaries practicing in the areas of life, health, liability, property, and casualty insurance; pensions; government insurance plans; and general consulting. Provides information on actuarial matters, including ...