Washington, D. C. , February 25, 2009 -- Mikhael Schlossman presented the Alternative Housing Pilot Program (AHPP): 5 Projects, 4 States, $400 Million, to group of FEMA employees at a Brown Bag lunchtime discussion. FEMA/Bill KoplitzThe AHPP is a one-time, four-year pilot to identify and evaluate better ways to house disaster victims. It resulted from a $400 million Congressional appropriation in 2006 and is identified as a key program in FEMA's National Disaster Housing Strategy. Designed as a grant program to address housing needs, five (5) of the 29 AHPP projects submitted were awarded to four (4) states. Project implementation is underway. FEMA/Bill Koplitz

Chicago citation style
Department of Homeland Security. Federal Emergency Management Agency. Public Affairs Division. 3/1/2003. Washington, D. C. , February 25, 2009 -- Mikhael Schlossman presented the Alternative Housing Pilot Program (AHPP): 5 Projects, 4 States, $400 Million, to group of FEMA employees at a Brown Bag lunchtime discussion. FEMA/Bill KoplitzThe AHPP is a one-time, four-year pilot to identify and evaluate better ways to house disaster victims. It resulted from a $400 million Congressional appropriation in 2006 and is identified as a key program in FEMA's National Disaster Housing Strategy. Designed as a grant program to address housing needs, five (5) of the 29 AHPP projects submitted were awarded to four (4) states. Project implementation is underway. FEMA/Bill Koplitz. 2009-02-25. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/7852087. (Accessed September 25, 2018.)
APA citation style
Department of Homeland Security. Federal Emergency Management Agency. Public Affairs Division. 3/1/2003, (2009-02-25) Washington, D. C. , February 25, 2009 -- Mikhael Schlossman presented the Alternative Housing Pilot Program (AHPP): 5 Projects, 4 States, $400 Million, to group of FEMA employees at a Brown Bag lunchtime discussion. FEMA/Bill KoplitzThe AHPP is a one-time, four-year pilot to identify and evaluate better ways to house disaster victims. It resulted from a $400 million Congressional appropriation in 2006 and is identified as a key program in FEMA's National Disaster Housing Strategy. Designed as a grant program to address housing needs, five (5) of the 29 AHPP projects submitted were awarded to four (4) states. Project implementation is underway. FEMA/Bill Koplitz. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/7852087
MLA citation style
Department of Homeland Security. Federal Emergency Management Agency. Public Affairs Division. 3/1/2003. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://catalog.archives.gov/id/7852087>.
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