Gov. Nathan Deal announced today the reaccreditation of the Georgia Emergency Management Agency/Homeland Security by the National Emergency Management Accreditation Program. The reaccreditation signifies that GEMA meets or exceeds standards for emergency management and response preparedness.
“We are pleased with the efforts of GEMA and their sister state agencies, as well as our local partners,” said Deal. “By meeting all of the stringent national emergency management program standards, Georgia demonstrates its leadership in emergency preparedness efforts.”