Professional Land Surveyor News: FEMA Announces That eLOMA Is Available Again

Professional Land Surveyor News

Professional Land Surveyor News

FEMA Announces That eLOMA Is Available Again

The other day I told you FEMA announced that the eLOMA process was temporarily unavailable. Also, FEMA would not be issuing Letters of Map Amendment (LOMA).

This was because Congress did not reauthorize funding for FEMA, along with other programs such as extension of the current highway bill and funding for extending federal unemployment benefits, the National Flood Insurance Program’s authorities expired on February 28, 2010.

Updated Notice:

I'm happy to announce that I've received another notice from FEMA saying that eLOMA is available again. Here's the notice:

"Attention eLOMA Users:

eLOMA is Available

eLOMA services have been restored and business activities have resumed.

Please contact FEMA’s Map Information eXchange (FMIX) at 1-877-FEMA-MAP (1-877-336-2627), if you need additional information.

The MIP Team"

A lot of you have contacted me to let me know how serious an issue this was to your land surveying and engineering businesses, so I'm glad to see this issue has been resolved.

Here's the link to the original news article Professional Land Surveyor News: FEMA Announces That eLOMA Is Temporarily Unavailable

Eric D. Colburn, PLS, "The Geo-Business Innovator", helps geo-professionals improve through innovative solutions, mastery of marketing and business growth strategies, and coaching/training. Eric is a successful, serial entrepreneur, podcaster, industry writer, product development consultant, and RI licensed professional land surveyor.

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