NASF submits comments regarding administration of FEPP, FFP programs

NASF has provided the USDA Forest Service with official comments on information collection related to the administration of the Federal Excess Personal Property (FEPP) and Firefighter Property (FFP) programs.

Through FEPP and FFP, state and local firefighting agencies acquire the property necessary to protect American homes and lives from wildfire, all while reducing the cost of wildfire protection to taxpayers. Given the importance of these programs to state forestry agencies, NASF offers the following insights in response to the USDA Forest Service’s request for comment.

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