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KPMG at the Florida Governor's Hurricane Conference 2022



2022 Florida Governor’s Hurricane Conference

KPMG is pleased to again sponsor this important conference in Florida. The conference brings together federal, state and local officials to exchange ideas around improving hurricane and emergency preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation – the focus of KPMG’s disaster recovery and grants management experience and capabilities.


KPMG disaster recovery grant support solution

Click on the image below to see a brief overview of the KPMG Disaster Recovery Grant Support Solution.

Bring trust, visibility, and automation to your disaster recovery program


About KPMG

Effective disaster management strengthens the bonds of trust with your stakeholders. In advising government leaders to operate more effectively, we help reinforce those bonds for the long term.

  • Grants management, including FEMA Public Assistance and HUD funded programs
  • Operational resiliency and continuity of operations planning
  • Data and analytics and visualization tools
  • Intelligent automation for disaster recovery
  • Disaster recovery monitoring, compliance oversight, and program integrity
  • Governance structure and planning
  • Pre- and post-disaster resiliency
  • Public-private financing and asset management
  • Infrastructure and major projects advisory

Connect with our team

We look forward to connecting at the conference! Look for us at the “Green Screen” photo booth area, which as KPMG is sponsoring this year. Reach out to connect with individual members of our team at the conference by using this contact form or connecting on LinkedIn.

Anthony Monaco

Anthony Monaco

National Risk Consulting Leader, State & Local, KPMG US

+1 212-872-6448
Rory Costello

Rory Costello

Principal, Advisory, KPMG US

+1 518-729-7159
Ross Ashley

Ross Ashley

Solution Relationship Director, Advisory Services, KPMG LLP

+1 202-533-3000
May Boucherak

May Boucherak

Managing Director, Advisory, KPMG US

+1 212 954 6422