September 11: Overview of Federal Disaster Assistance to the New York City Area

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September 11: Overview of Federal Disaster Assistance to the New York City Area
Table of Contents

  • Letter…1
  • Executive Summary…2
  • Purpose…2
  • Background…3
  • Results in Brief…4
  • GAO Analysis…6
  • Agency Comments…11
  • Chapter 1 Introduction…13
  • Many Agencies Play Significant Roles in Responding to Disasters…13
  • Federal Disaster Assistance to the New York City Area Set at about $20 Billion…15
  • Federal Response Provided to the New York City Area Represents
  • Four Broad Purposes of Assistance…20
  • Chapter 2 Initial Response Assistance Totaled $2.55 Billion…22
  • Search and Rescue Operations Totaled $22 Million…24
  • Debris Removal Operations Totaled $1.70 Billion, Including
  • Liability Insurance Coverage…25
  • Emergency Transportation Measures Totaled $299 Million…27
  • Emergency and Temporary Utility Repairs Total $250 Million…31
  • Testing and Cleaning Efforts Totaled $53 Million…31
  • Other Initial Response Services Totaled $232 Million…34
  • Chapter 3 Compensation for Disaster-Related Costs and
  • Losses Totaled $4.81 Billion…36
  • Compensation of the City, State, and Other Organizations Totaled $3.32 Billion…38
  • Assistance to Individuals and Families Totaled $807 Million42
  • Assistance to Businesses Totaled $683 Million…49
  • Chapter 4 Almost $5.57 Billion Committed for Projects to
  • Restore and Enhance Infrastructure…57
  • Projects Planned to Restore and Enhance the Lower Manhattan
  • Transportation System Total $5.01 Billion…59
  • Permanent Utility Infrastructure Repairs and Improvements Total $500 Million…69
  • Appendix
  • Appendix I Objectives, Scope, and Methodology…92
  • Appendix II Proposed Transportation Infrastructure Improvements for Lower Manhattan…94
  • Tables
  • Table 1: Initial Response Assistance, as of June 30, 2003
  • Table 2: Compensation for Disaster-Related Costs and Losses, as of June 30, 2003
  • Figures
  • Figure 1: Primary Purpose and Amount of Disaster Assistance Committed by FEMA, HUD, DOT, and Liberty Zone Tax Benefits…5
  • Figure 2: Timeline of Supplemental Appropriations and Other Related Legislation Enacted by the Congress That Provided Assistance to the New York City Area…16

 

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