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FEMA resumes sale of new, renewal flood policies during shutdown

The U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency said Dec. 28 that it is resuming the sale of new insurance policies and the renewal of expiring policies under the National Flood Insurance Program during the U.S. government shutdown.

All National Flood Insurance Program insurers can now resume normal operations immediately. They have been advised that the program will be considered operational since Dec. 21 without interruption.

Industry partners were earlier advised to suspend sales operations due to the current lapse in annual appropriations.