Flood Ravaged Colorado Cities and Counties to Receive Free FEMA Software

Today we are announcing we will provide FEMA Disaster Reporting software at no cost to Colorado cities and counties impacted by the recent flooding disaster. “We lived through a devastating flood event. The 1972 Rapid City flood took several hundred lives and changed the landscape of the city forever”, Brian McKiernan, CitiTech president said. “After the initial shock of the event wears off and clean-up begins, the amount of detailed disaster reporting required by FEMA can delay federal assistance for years”, he said. CMS, CitiTech’s maintenance management software, has proved effective for FEMA disaster reporting and provides the detail needed to expedite FEMA disaster claims.

Devastated cities and counties need help now to clean-up the destruction, build roads and return the communities to normal as soon as possible. “We want to do what we can to help them recover from this disaster”, he said. The software will be licensed to affected cities and counties at no cost for one year and CitiTech will provide web-based training to help agencies put it into full production as quickly as possible. 

For information on how to receive the software at no cost, contact CitiTech Systems, P.O. Box 7626, Rapid City, SD 57709 or call 605-348-5069 or email us at corporate@cititech.com.