Public risk managers are taking issue with two points made in the U.S. government’s reissued Disaster Assistance Fact Sheet, saying these points could cause “severe financial challenges” for public entities.

The Public Risk Management Association (PRIMA) said Fact Sheet DAP9580.3, first issued in June 2007 and reissued this May 29 by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), raised concerns regarding deductible reimbursement and minimum insurance requirements of the Stafford Act.

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