Manager's amendment consists of the text of the amendment contained in House Report 109-530 and printed on page H4598 in the Congressional Record for June 27, 2006.


An amendment numbered 1 printed in House Report 109-530 which contains a number of technical and conforming changes, including: clarification that the provisions governing the phasing-in of actuarial rates for nonresidential and non-primary residence properties will apply on the date on which the director of FEMA submits a required report to Congress, as opposed to the date of this legislation's enactment; clarification that the $1 million cap on penalties for non-enforcement of mandatory flood insurance purchase requirements will not apply to a regulated institution or enterprise, for a calendar year, if in any 3 of the past 5 calendar years that institution or enterprise was assessed a penalty of $1 million; clarifications regarding the requirements for states to request FEMA participation in state-run disaster claims mediation programs and certain other provisions of the bill related to the claims mediation process; clarification of the timeline for FEMA's inclusion of certain features on updated floodplain maps; and clarification of the FEMA Director's authority regarding his ability to issue interim post-disaster flood elevation building requirements.

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