Joe Nimmich: FEMA has learned from responses to earlier hurricanes

Joe Nimmich, deputy director, FEMA

When Hurricane Matthew stuck the East Coast earlier this month, many people were watching the Federal Emergency Management Agency to see how it would respond. After all, more than five years have passed since a storm like that hit the U.S. FEMA Deputy Director Joe Nimmich tells Federal Drive with Tom Temin the agency's performance showed how it's adapted after lessons learned from Katrina and Sandy.

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