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Jacobs Awarded Potential $570M FEMA Contract for Disaster Recovery Support

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Jacobs Awarded Potential $570M FEMA Contract for Disaster Recovery Support

The Federal Emergency Management Agency, within the Department of Homeland Security, has awarded Jacobs a contract to support its disaster response and recovery efforts across West Zone Regions.

The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity Public Assistance Technical Assistance Contract V contract, with a base period of one year and up to four additional option years, is potentially worth $570.5 million and covers several states and territories.

FEMA’s Public Assistance program provides additional federal disaster grant assistance for activities such as debris removal, emergency protective measures, and the repair, replacement or restoration of publicly owned facilities or certain private non-profit organizations affected by a disaster, Jacobs said.

As the managing partner in the joint venture, Jacobs will provide crucial technical support including risk reduction, on-site assessments, field services and cost analysis.

Susannah Kerr, Jacobs’ senior vice president, said the organization is dedicated to providing public assistance to underserved communities, aligning with its mission of improving the health, well-being and longevity of areas under consideration.

Timothy S. Hillier, SVP at CDM Smith, echoed his team’s determination to offer technical skills and aid to FEMA’s Public Assistance functions.

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