Feb. 21 FEMA Administrator Brock Long (left), pictured with U.S. Fire Administrator Keith Bryant, visited with USFA staff to discuss the 2017 disaster season, including the California wildfires, and FEMA priorities moving forward. Administrator Long also took questions from staff during an all-hands meeting.
This plan describes our long-term strategy and outlines the key initiatives we will use to achieve the goals designed for the safety and security of the American people. It also describes the values and guiding principles that are foundational to successfully building and maintaining an organization created to be America’s fire and emergency services leader.
USFA Fiscal Year 2017 Report to Congress This report describes USFA’s accomplishments in 2017 that support the commitment to our fire and emergency services stakeholders through NFA training activities, public education and awareness initiatives, research and technology development, and data collection and analysis.
There are no U.S. Fire Administration vacancy announcements at this time.
Look for fire service career opportunities on usajobs.gov.
If you are a student interested in a fire and emergency services career, USFA’s Volunteer Internship Program provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience.
FEMA Administrator Brock Long (left), along with U.S. Fire Administrator Keith Bryant (right) and National Fire Academy Superintendent Tonya Hoover, recently toured areas in California devastated by wildfires. Pictured here, Administrator Long and Fire Administrator Bryant receive a briefing from California state emergency services officials on the destruction in Santa Rosa.
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