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James Maddaloni

Logistics and Database Manager

Professional Profile

Jim Maddaloni is the Logistics and Database Manager at Tidal Basin. He has assisted both Applicants and Recipients in this capacity on more than 15 engagements. During his involvement on 11 declared disasters for New York State, he acted as the Direct Administrative Cost (DAC) Specialist. He was an integral part of the team that worked with the State to implement a “best practices” model, which was subsequently replicated in the State of Alaska.

Maddaloni has ten years of design engineering experience at a manufacturer of industrial vacuum systems, responsible for the design and layout of a custom centrifugal blower, and an additional eight years’ experience in design and project management on conveying systems, robotic palletizing systems, and information technologies. He has ten years’ experience in process improvement for Fortune 500 companies, managing dozens of multi-million dollar projects. As a supervisor, Maddaloni has managed staffs ranging from 10-120 in size. He is well-versed in FEMA policies and procedures, having earned over 80 certificates of achievement from the Emergency Management Institute.

Disaster Experience

Maddaloni has extensive experience working with applicants to obtain funding under the FEMA Public Assistance program following a federally declared disaster. He has served in various capacities including Logistics Officer, State Information Specialist, Deputy Project Manager, and Lead Public Assistance Liaison.

  • State of New York: 4085-DR-NY, Hurricane Sandy Long Term Recovery Operations, September 2013–Present
  • State of New York: 4085-DR-NY Hurricane Sandy, November 2012–September 2013
  • City of Duluth, Minnesota: 4069-DR-MN Severe Storms and Flooding, August–October 2012
  • State of Alaska: 4050-DR-AK Severe Winter Storms and Flooding, 4054-DR-AK Severe Storm, & AK-236, AK-237, AK-238 – January–April & June–August 2012
  • New York State: 1899-DR-NY Severe Storms and Flooding, May–September 2010
  • New York State: 1857-DR-NY Severe Storms and Flooding, 2009
  • New York State: 1827-DR-NY Sever Winter Storm, 2009
  • New York State: 3299-EM-NY Snow, 2008
  • New York State: 1692-DR-NY Severe Storms and Inland and Coastal Flooding, 2007
  • New York State: 3273-EM-NY Snow, 2007
  • New York State: 1670-DR-NY Severe Storms and Flooding, 2006
  • New York State: 1665-DR-NY Severe Storms and Flooding, 2006
  • New York State: 1650-DR-NY Severe Storms and Flooding, 2006


Our Disaster Recovery Consultants continuously update their knowledge through FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute’s online classes. Maddaloni has completed 80 classes including the sampling of courses listed below. In addition, many of our consultants also augment their knowledge with other technical training.

  • IS-00001 Emergency Manager: An Orientation to the Position
  • IS-00005.A An Introduction to Hazardous Materials
  • IS-00100 Introduction to Incident Command System
  • IS-00102 Deployment Basics for FEMA Response Partners
  • IS-00200 ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
  • IS-00208 State Disaster Management
  • IS-00230 Principles of Emergency Management
  • IS-00235 Emergency Planning
  • IS-00275 The EOC’s Role in Community Preparedness, Response, and Recovery
  • IS-00547 Introduction to Continuity of Operations (COOP)
  • IS-00630 Introduction to the Public Assistance Process
  • IS-00700 National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction