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William Craig Fugate (born May 14, 1959) is the former administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency. As Florida Director for the Emergency Management Division, he oversaw the "Big 4 of '04" and as the Administrator for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, he organized recovery efforts for a  ...


W. Craig Fugate is one of the world's leading experts in emergency and crisis management.


Feb 13, 2017 ... Appointed by Obama in 2009, Craig Fugate is ready for a slower pace than in D.C..


W. Craig Fugate was confirmed by the US Senate and began his service as Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in May 2009. At FEMA, Fugate has promulgated the “whole community” approach to emergency management, emphasizing and improving collaboration with all levels of ...


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W. Craig Fugate is a senior advisor at BlueDot Strategies. In that role, he assists our clients with emergency management implementation strategies and crisis communications. Most recently, Craig served as President Barack Obama's FEMA Administrator for the majority of his two terms in office. Craig led FEMA through ...


Apr 14, 2016 ... Introduction. Chairman Barletta, Ranking Member Carson and Members of this Subcommittee, good afternoon. My name is Craig Fugate and I am the Administrator of the Department of Homeland Security's. (DHS) Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Thank you for the opportunity to.


Mar 6, 2009 ... "Craig is the right person for the job and will ensure that the failures of the past are never repeated," President Barack Obama proclaimed after nominating W. Craig Fugate to head the Federal...


Sep 3, 2015 ... FEMA Director Craig Fugate on why the Katrina response failed, why it's important to talk about “survivors” instead of “victims,” and why citizens can't just wait for the government to save them in a huge disaster.