The US President said that the Federal Agency for Emergency Management.
Speaking at the headquarters of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), President Biden said that his administration “is going to use all resources to help the American people in emergencies.”
According to him, it’s time to prepare for the busiest time of the year: the hurricane season in the south and east, as well as the fire season in the western United States.
“Today, I am announcing that FEMA is going to allocate $ 1 billion to states, territories, tribes, and rural communities as part of the Infrastructure and Community Resilience program – the so-called BRIC program,” the president said during the speech. Last year, Biden noted, the United States faced a large number of storms. Seven of the thirty of them claimed 86 lives and caused more than $ 40 billion in damage, the president said.