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Federal Insurance Administration

An agency of the U.S. federal government that provides flood insurance in areas where flooding would not be covered under an ordinary homeowners policy. That is, the FIA provides flood insurance in high risk areas. It operates under FEMA.

FIA

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People important to accomplishing the FIAR mission include contracting officials, resource managers, automated information system administrators, receiving officials, personnel officers, employee supervisors, commanders and supervisors of military personnel, and others listed in the DOD Financial Management Regulation (DOD FMR), which states--
The Transportation of Things FIAR segment has been a challenge due to the complexity of transportation processes and systems that exist throughout DoD.
The Contractor Vendor Pay FIAR segment is in the evaluation phase (Round 3 testing), with Navy auditors currently reviewing documents provided by Fleet, NAVSEA, CNIC, and NAVSUP commands.
FIAR efforts have and will continue to identify necessary changes to our daily operations to improve or better demonstrate control over our resources.
Most DoD personnel by now should at least be somewhat acquainted with FIAR since it is not a new concept.
What I'm most excited about is the FI part of FIAR .
FIAR showed a range of airborne radars, notably the Grifo ASV (Anti-Ship Variant) intended for the Italo-Brazilian AMX aircraft, and the MM/APS-784 for the Italian Navy's version of the EH-101 helicopter.
The dialogue around the FIAR Plan and the current DoD financial audits were mentioned repeatedly, and comments varied widely.
To begin to understand these words and how they are going to impact our daily Navy life, we have to start with the basics, and the basics begin with FIAR.
DoD's FIAR methodology points the way, our Navy supply team will be key enablers to Navy's audit readiness success.
Taking a well-deserved break are (from left) Cathy Mcclane, Comptroller; John Gorman, Accounting Officer; Marsha Smith, Budget Officer; Sharon Seiver, Audit Liaison and FIAR Lead; and David Garcia, Deputy Comptroller.