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NOTICE: Due to recent upgrades to our web hosting capability, all GIS web services now utilize SSL encryption therefore all web service requests should use https protocols. If you are unable to access the GIS web services using the legacy http protocols you will need to update your bookmarks and application urls to use https. We are applying a 30 day grace period to allow for legacy urls to function, after that point only https traffic will be permitted for use. For ArcGIS Online users, use the following link to update urls in web maps and applications. More info .

FEMA Enterprise GIS Services
Our primary mission is administration, coordination, collection, and dissemination of geographic information for FEMA and the Emergency Management Community under Emergency Support Function #5 (Information and Planning) of the National Response Framework and in support of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act (PL 93-288) as amended. Our current concept of operations includes a full range of GIS services to all FEMA program offices that encompasses sophisticated geospatial analytics through the Mapping and Analysis Center (MAC) and deployable GIS technology through the Deployable Emergency GIS program (DEGS).
Last updated Sep 2, 2020

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