Numbers 2 (decentralization) and 4 (enable people to act on their own to help) are the ones I immediately like.
1. For relief and recovery efforts and ensure that its role [the private sector] is officially recognized as part of disaster protocols.
2. Decentralize government relief to local governments and non-governmental organizations and provide that relief in the form of cash or broadly defined vouchers.
3. Move the Coast Guard and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) out of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
4. Reform “Good Samaritan” laws so that private-sector actors are clearly protected when they make good faith efforts to help.
Thursday, April 3
Following up on my good neighbor post, here's the study, with policy recommendations, in a pdf format. Breakdown: