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FEMA reporting during a $3.5 million flood event

In October 2015, Charleston County experienced severe flooding. Operational costs to manage the disaster exceeded $3.5 million including emergency contract costs, EOC activation, etc., with damage estimates exceeding $50 million. The Public Works Department used Cartegraph in the office and on iPads in the field to track thousands of disaster-related activities and generate documentation needed to obtain Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) reimbursement funds.

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