Orlando, FL (PRWEB) October 27, 2012
Written by: Max K.Timko
Hurricane Sandy rampaged through the Bahamas this morning resulting in 11 dead in Guantanamo and eastern Santiago, and 10 dead in Haiti. Hurricane Sandy has now diluted to a category 1 hurricane, originally peaking as a category 2 just before reaching the Caribbean. As Accuweather.com continues to release more updates on Hurricane Sandy, it shows that the massive storm making a direct impact to the United States mainland Monday or Tuesday of next week.
States such as New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts are following the path of the storm and urging people on the coast to take down Halloween decorations, stock up on emergency supplies, and food. Hurricane Sandy is expected to have at least 60 mph winds followed by extremely hard falling rain by the time it reaches the New England territory. Bryan Koon, director of Florida's Division of Emergency Management quoted "We encourage people to have enough food, water, medicines, flashlights and batteries …things to take care of yourself for at least 72 hours.”
The newly acquired nickname “Frankenstorm” was created because of the hurricane usually merging with another larger tropical storm over the eastern coast of the United States of America. Meteorologist James Cisco, of the Hydrometeorological Prediction Center stated “This unusual merger … incorporated into a hybrid vortex over the mid-Atlantic and Northeast next Tuesday."
Jeff Masters of Weather Underground.com commented “ There are many questions surrounding this hurricane and its forecast, but I find it important to convey that Sandy's impacts will be widespread, no matter the location of landfall," Masters went on to explain in his blog that a landfall by Sandy along the Mid-Atlantic coast could trigger "a billion-dollar disaster." Hurricane after damager has always been considered federal government importance since the creation of FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) in June 1978. Government contractors around the nation will be seeking out businesses to employ to help with the clean-up and repairs of the damage. If interested in applying your business to aid the federal government with the efforts of FEMA, please make sure your company is registered under the System of Awards Management (SAM) in order to help FEMA and their efforts with the damage. US Federal Contractor Registration connects businesses with the federal government for projects around the nation. FEMA employs hundreds to thousands of companies for federal work that involved natural disasters such as hurricanes, tornado, and floods. FEMA Contracts blog helps assistance business owners with information about FEMA projects around the nation. FEMA Contracts Blog is managed by the US Federal Contractor Registration. The main goal of the US Federal Contractor Registration is to help businesses register with the federal government to receive government contract eligibility. US Federal Contractor Registration will help businesses apply for federal work with FEMA and their efforts in the relief and rebuilding from the damage done from Hurricane Sandy.
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