FEMA has announced that Roy Wright, the director of FEMA’s National Flood Insurance Program, is stepping down to take the helm of a nonprofit backed by the insurance industry. We will be sorry to see Roy leave. He was a great advocate for purchasing flood insurance, for sensible policies by FEMA, and for modifying FEMA’s administration of the NFIP in light of the successes and failures of the problem.
Roy, we wish you a fond farewell, and David, we look forward to working with you again in a position you know so well!
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