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Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities


The Building Resilient Infrastructure & Communities (BRIC) program supports states, local communities, tribes, and territories as they undertake hazard mitigation projects, reducing the risks they face from disaster and natural hazards. BRIC is a new FEMA pre-disaster hazard mitigation program that replaces the existing Pre-Disaster Mitigation (PDM) program. The BRIC program guiding principles are supporting communities through capability-and capacity-building; encouraging and enabling innovation; promoting partnerships; enabling large projects; maintaining flexibility; and providing consistency.

Before applying, please visit the State of Utah’s BRIC page

Grant Manager: 

Eric Martineau

To apply: 

FEMA Grants Outcomes (FEMA GO) is a new grants management system that will support FEMA HMA programs. The system allows users to apply, track, and manage all disaster and non-disaster grants. It also improves oversight and monitoring. FEMA GO will eventually replace eGrants. 

To access FEMA GO, click here.

Additional Resources

FEMA BRIC Overview and Document Hub

Hazard Mitigation Assistance Guidance

2021 BRIC Information Session Slides

BRIC Technical Criteria

BRIC Qualitative Criteria

Eligibility of Generators as a Fundable Project