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  • 2012 National flood conference (NFC) Federal Emergency Management Agency


    Date: 06 - 09 May 2012
    Country: United States of America
    City/State: Austin, TX
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2012 National flood conference (NFC)

MAIN ORGANIZER(S): Federal Emergency Management Agency

Type: Meeting or Conference Date: 06 - 09 May 2012 Location: United States of America (Austin, TX) Venue: Hilton Austin 500 East 4th Street

Background

The 2012 National Flood Conference (NFC) will take place at the Hilton Austin in Austin, TX, from May 6 through May 9, 2012. The conference is the major annual gathering of all the partners in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and is intended to motivate and educate various audiences about the importance of floodplain management and the benefits of flood insurance. This event gives attendees an opportunity to connect with each other and to learn through a variety of exhibits, keynote addresses, special events, workshops, and more! In addition, the event will feature a full spread of NFIP-related workshops, covering the most relevant and up-to-date topics related to the industry.

Workshop themes

• 2012 Flood Insurance Manual Changes
• Extreme Flooding and Flash Floods – Understanding the Impacts and Associated Risks
• Effects of Floodplain Management Requirements on Insurance Rating
• Understanding and Communicating Coastal Flood Risks
• FEMA’s New Levee Analysis and  Mapping Procedures

Event website: http://www.nfipiservice.com/nfc2012/NFC2012_index.html

What is included in the event fee

• Early-Bird Registration through April 1: $395
• General Registration from April 2 – April 22: $470
• Onsite Registration: $545

Target Audience

Flood insurance industry representatives and government officials



 
 

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