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...costs, generally competitively bid, and must comply with federal, state and local procurement requirements 2 . A copy of the applicant’s contract procurement policy must be readily available and provided to FEMA. FEMA considers four methods of procurement acceptable:

Non-competitive proposals that do not fall within these parameters and“piggyback” contracts are generally not eligible.

There are three types of contracts for which FEMA will provide reimbursement:

“Contracts must be for reasonable costs, generally competitively bid, and must comply with federal, state and local procurement requirements. 2 ”


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