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02/08/2012 12:43 PM EST

Boston, Mass., Feb. 6, 2012 -- FEMA Deputy Administrator Richard Serino listened to a question from a town hall meeting participant calling in to ask about the Disaster Workforce Transformation. The event had more than 400 participants who linked in to the meeting via video teleconference from five offices around New England, telephone, and those who could make it in to the regional office in Boston where the event was hosted. Savannah Brehmer/FEMA
02/08/2012 12:43 PM EST

Boston, Mass., Feb. 6, 2012 -- FEMA Deputy Administrator Richard Serino and FEMA employees turned to the TV monitor at the side of the conference room in Boston to listen to one audience member’s question from one of the five offices participating in the town hall meeting via video teleconference. The event was designed to address questions regarding the Disaster Workforce Transformation. Savannah Brehmer/FEMA
02/08/2012 12:42 PM EST

Boston, Mass., Feb. 6, 2012 -- Disaster Reservist Alfred Depietro (right) spoke from the podium in the conference room in Region I at the town hall meeting to present his questions about the Employee Workforce Transformation. FEMA Deputy Administrator Richard Serino (left) lead the meeting, responding to the questions and concerns about what to expect. Savannah Brehmer/FEMA
02/08/2012 12:42 PM EST

Boston, Mass., Feb. 6, 2012 -- A screen shot from the presentation for FEMA Deputy Administrator Richard Serino’s town hall meeting hosted at the Region I office to discuss the Disaster Workforce Transformation, and specifically to answer questions from FEMA employees. More than 400 FEMA employees participated. Savannah Brehmer/FEMA
02/08/2012 12:40 PM EST

Boston, Mass., Feb. 6, 2012 -- Dennis Pinkham, External Affairs Officer (left) held the microphone up to the turtle phone to amplify a caller’s question during the town hall meeting to address the FEMA Workforce Transformation. FEMA Deputy Administrator Richard Serino (right) came to the Region I office to respond to employee questions. Savannah Brehmer/FEMA
02/08/2012 09:05 AM EST

Pelham, Ala., Feb. 7, 2012 -- Hal Pashon, FEMA Safety Officer, leads the "ShakeOut" in the Joint Field Office in Pelham, Alabama. During the statewide earthquake drill, employees drop to the ground, take cover by getting under a sturdy desk or table, and hold on until the shaking stops. The drill aims to promote earthquake preparedness. FEMA/ David Fine
02/08/2012 09:01 AM EST

Pelham, Ala., Feb. 7, 2012 -- Hal Pashon, FEMA Safety Officer, leads the "ShakeOut" drill in the Joint Field Office (JFO) in Pelham, Alabama. The statewide earthquake readiness drill is used to teach and encourage earthquake safety. FEMA/ David Fine
02/08/2012 08:51 AM EST

Boston, Mass., Feb. 6, 2012 -- Raquel Ortiz, Region I Response Integration Division, asks Richard Serino, FEMA Deputy Administrator, about the diverse needs of our communities, and how certain skill sets to meet those needs will be factored in to FEMA’s Qualification System. Ortiz’s question was one of many during a town hall event hosted at the Region I office in Boston, which included over 400 participants present in Boston, watching via video teleconference at field offices, and listening in over the phone. Savannah Brehmer/FEMA
02/08/2012 08:31 AM EST

Middleburgh, N.Y., Feb. 6, 2012 --- Tracy Davis, left, and Flo Ward speak with children during a FEMA For Kids workshop at Middleburgh Elementary school during the recovery effort. FEMA plays a vital role supporting State, Tribal and local governments as they respond to the impacts of Hurricane Irene. Hans Pennink/FEMA
02/08/2012 08:24 AM EST

Middleburgh, N.Y., Feb. 6, 2012 --- FEMA employees Alexandria McClurkin, left, Shnader Bellegrarde, center, and Susan Peterson, work together with students during a FEMA For Kids workshop at Middleburgh Elementary school during the recovery effort. FEMA plays a vital role supporting State, Tribal and local governments as they respond to the impacts of Hurricane Irene. Hans Pennink/FEMA
02/08/2012 08:46 AM EST

Boston, Mass., Feb. 6, 2012 -- Richard Serino, FEMA Deputy Administrator, speaks to over 400 FEMA employees hosted at the Region I office about the Employee Workforce Transformation. The event was designed as a town hall forum for employees from the regional office, offices open in the region via video teleconference, and dialing in from elsewhere to pose their questions about the transformation. Savannah Brehmer/FEMA
02/08/2012 08:23 AM EST

Prattsville, N.Y., Feb. 3, 2012 -- View of the inside of a handicap accessible home in a new temporary housing unit park ready for survivors who lost their homes as they rebuild during the recovery effort. FEMA plays a vital role supporting State, Tribal and local governments as they respond to the impacts of Hurricane Irene. Hans Pennink/FEMA
02/08/2012 08:18 AM EST

Windham, N.Y., Feb. 3, 2012 -- New businesses and housing are being constructed during the recovery effort. FEMA plays a vital role supporting State, Tribal and local governments as they respond to the impacts of Hurricane Irene. Hans Pennink/FEMA
02/08/2012 08:21 AM EST

Prattsville, N.Y., Feb. 3, 2012 --Many of the homes damaged by flooding still need to be removed as the town rebuilds during the recovery effort. FEMA plays a vital role supporting State, Tribal and local governments as they respond to the impacts of Hurricane Irene. Hans Pennink/FEMA
02/08/2012 08:20 AM EST

Middleburgh, N.Y., Feb. 6, 2012 --- Students take part in a FEMA For Kids workshop at the Middleburgh Elementary school during the recovery effort. FEMA plays a vital role supporting State, Tribal and local governments as they respond to the impacts of Hurricane Irene. Hans Pennink/FEMA
02/08/2012 08:19 AM EST

Prattsville, N.Y., Feb. 3, 2012 -- Many of the homes damaged by flooding still need to be removed as the town rebuilds during the recovery effort. FEMA plays a vital role supporting State, Tribal and local governments as they respond to the impacts of Hurricane Irene. Hans Pennink/FEMA
02/08/2012 08:19 AM EST

Middleburgh, N.Y., Feb. 6, 2012 --- Rebecca Tudor and Frank Kaimer speak with children during a FEMA For Kids workshop at the Middleburgh Elementary school during the recovery effort. FEMA plays a vital role supporting State, Tribal and local governments as they respond to the impacts of Hurricane Irene. Hans Pennink/FEMA
02/07/2012 03:49 PM EST

Washington, D.C., Jan. 30, 2010 -- Craig Fugate, FEMA Administrator, discusses the range of challenges that exist when trying to create real-time awareness, especially in the context of breaking news or events, crisis response and citizen engagement at Tech @ State. The event was hosted by the U.S. Department of State. Mark Peterson/FEMA
02/08/2012 08:17 AM EST

Middleburgh, N.Y., Feb. 6, 2012 --- Nina Coleman, speaks with children during a FEMA For Kids workshop at the Middleburgh Elementary school during the recovery effort. FEMA plays a vital role supporting State, Tribal and local governments as they respond to the impacts of Hurricane Irene. Hans Pennink/FEMA
02/07/2012 03:42 PM EST

Washington, D.C., Jan. 30, 2010 -- Craig Fugate, FEMA Administrator, discusses the range of challenges that exist when trying to create real-time awareness, especially in the context of breaking news or events, crisis response and citizen engagement at Tech @ State. The event was hosted by the U.S. Department of State. Mark Peterson/FEMA