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Recovery will be a long recovery period in North Carolina from Hurricane Florence. It is estimated thirteen billion dollars in property damage. Flood damage to homes and business will be extensive and will make a huge financial impact in the state. Few North Carolinians have flood insurance, and hundreds of thousands of homes are still without power. There will be a massive rebuilding not only of housing but of infrastructures and roads. Millions of livestock animals have died and the Price Gauging Law will be in effect for 45 days.
To become a FEMA approved contractor, you must register with them. This will also give you the opportunity to bid on the federal contracts that will deliver assistance to North and South Carolina survivors. It takes a few days to be approved but FEMA has made the process easy. Download the FEMA publication, "How to do Business with FEMA". Refer to the download as you await being approved. This document will also give you bidding contract tips. FEMA is also hiring temporary workers for the clean up. They provide a Hurricane Workforce page for employment. Employment can last up to two years.
By IncSmart Staff Writer
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