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The U.S. Representative for Northern Mariana Islands's At large district, serving since 2009.
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THIS WEEK IN CONGRESS - July 27, 2016
In this issue:  Visitors to the DC office Opportunities - Federal grants, jobs for/in the Marianas  Highlights in the Legislative district  ________________________________________________________________________________ Opportunities - Federal grants, jobs for and in the Marianas Grants:  Saltonstall-Kennedy Competitive Research Program – The objective of this grant program is to address the needs of the fisheries and fishing communities in optimizing economic benefits by building and maintaining sustainable fisheries and practices, dealing with the impacts of conservation and management measures and increasing other opportunities to use existing infrastructure to support keeping working waterfront viable US fisheries include any fishery, commercial or recreational, that is, or may be, engaged in by citizens or nationals of the United States. Closing date is December 9, 2016. For more information, go to http://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=286440.











THIS WEEK IN CONGRESS - July 22, 2016
In this issue: FEMA Reserve: an opportunity to work and serve CPA awarded $275,392 grant for Rota airport Visitors to DC office Opportunities - Federal grants, jobs for/in the Marianas Highlights in the legislative program ________________________________________________________________________ FEMA Reserve: an opportunity to work and serve The Federal Emergency Management Agency is increasing its corps of Reservists from the current 5,000 to 11,000, providing opportunities for employment and to serve our nation in times of emergency. I met with four women from the Northern Mariana Islands who are attending Reservist training in the Washington, DC area recently to learn more about the program. Tanisha Masga, Fae Gutierrez-Salas, Myrna Santo, and Marielle Bantilan all were employed temporarily by FEMA after Typhoon Soudelor, primarily helping with applications for Individual Assistance. Afterwards, they were invited by FEMA to join the Reservists, but anyone may apply for th











Kilili: CHCC gets $400,000 Zika grant
Marianas Variety - U.S. Congressman Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan announced that the Commonwealth Healthcare Corporation will receive $400,000 in federal funds to address the threat of the Zika virus. The Centers for Disease Control awarded the money to 40 states and territories based on the risk of Zika virus transmission in the area and the availability of local funds. Total funding nationwide was $16 million. “There have been no cases of Zika virus in the Northern Marianas to date,” Congressman Sablan said. “But the congressional office has been in weekly communication with CDC and officials at the Department of Health and Human Services to make sure we are fully informed about the spread of the disease and to make sure that CHCC is getting all the assistance it needs to be fully prepared. “Because the Marianas is a tropical area we are particularly at risk for Zika. And that fact is reflected in the amount of the total available funds that was allotted to CHCC.” Zika











FEMA Reserve: an opportunity to work and serve
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is increasing its corps of Reservists from the current 5,000 to 11,000, providing opportunities for employment and to serve our nation in times of emergency. I met with four women from the Northern Mariana Islands who are attending Reservist training in the Washington, DC area recently to learn more about the program. Tanisha Masga, Fae Gutierrez-Salas, Myrna Santo, and Marielle Bantilan all were employed temporarily by FEMA after Typhoon Soudelor, primarily helping with applications for Individual Assistance. Afterwards, they were invited by FEMA to join the Reservists, but anyone may apply for the program. FEMA calls up Reservists during an emergency or disaster to assist in a variety of roles—human resources, information technology, dispute resolution, and logistics, to name a few. For more information on the program and how to apply visit http://careers.fema.gov/reservists-intermittent or contact FEMA-Careers@fema.dhs.gov. Having a ca














 
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