Georgia to promote disaster preparedness

ATLANTA: The Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA) has issued an RFP for a firm to provide PR and communications for a statewide public education campaign that would encourage self-reliance for at least 72 hours following a disaster or emergency. Bidders for the one-year contract must respond by June 25, according to the RFP. Funding will come from the US Homeland Security Grants Program. An optional pre-bid conference on the RFP will be held on May 30 at GEMA.

ATLANTA: The Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA) has issued an RFP for a firm to provide PR and communications for a statewide public education campaign that would encourage self-reliance for at least 72 hours following a disaster or emergency. Bidders for the one-year contract must respond by June 25, according to the RFP. Funding will come from the US Homeland Security Grants Program. An optional pre-bid conference on the RFP will be held on May 30 at GEMA.

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