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Acronyms

Goal:

This section will allow the user to generate a report. The user will first select a Report or Letter. Depending on the Report or Letter selected the user will enter report parameters used to generate the report. The report or letter will open in a separate window. If the user needs help on a report or letter they may select it from the list below.

Run Report Button:

The Run Report button will open a new window with a report or letter based on the parameters entered by the user.

Public

Completed LOMCs by Community

Purpose
This report lists all completed changes to map panels in a community.
Community
Any State or area or political subdivision thereof or any Indian tribe or authorized tribal organization or Alaska Native village or authorized native organization which has the authority to adopt and enforce floodplain management regulations for the areas within its jurisdiction.
Comm ID
The Community Identification (CID) number is a unique 6 digit number assigned to each community that has been identified under the National Flood Insurance Program. The CID number is shown on each FIRM panel and is the first 6 digits of all non-countywide format FIRM panel numbers.
FIRM Index Eff Date
The date when the Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) index record became official.
Cur FIS Rpt Eff Dt
The date within the current fiscal year when the report becomes official.
FIRM Panel No.
A division within a State usually encompassing one or more cities or towns.
FIRM Panel Eff Date
The source of the flood hazard (i.e. Potomac River).
Project Number (Case #)
The period of time that the Assigned PTS is actively working on a LOMC.
LOMC Type
The negotiated end date agreed to in the scope of work or Mapping Activity Statement.
Project ID
The identifier is the street address division block or lot of the property and/or structure in the referenced case.
Flooding Source
The cost incurred on the activity to date or the final cost.
Eff Date of Map Change
The date when the Map Change becomes effective.
Determ Date
The date of the determination letter (i.e. The date of the Letter of Map Revision (LOMR)).
Reval Letters
Do you need to prepare a revalidation letter (checked or unchecked)
Reval Letters Issue Date
The issued/ mailed date of the Revalidation Letter.
Best Avail Data Letters
The best available data letters.
Best Avail Data Letters Issue Dt
The issue date of the best available data letters.

Open LOMCs

Purpose
This is a text report that provides the status of open amendments and revisions projects and this report also includes LOMCs that have been completed in the last 180 days. Only one project or community can be selected.
Project Number (Case #)
The case number assigned by MIP. Typically consists of Year Region a sequential number and a letter indicating the type of project (P for LOMR A for LOMA etc.).
ST
Any state the District of Columbia the territories and possessions of the United States the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands.
County
A division within a state usually encompassing one or more cities or towns.
Community
Any State or area or political subdivision thereof or any Indian tribe or authorized tribal organization or Alaska Native village or authorized native organization which has the authority to adopt and enforce floodplain management regulations for the areas within its jurisdiction.
Community ID
The Community Identification (CID) number is a unique 6 digit number assigned to each community that has been identified under the National Flood Insurance Program. The CID number is shown on each FIRM panel and is the first 6 digits of all non-countywide format FIRM panel numbers.
Project ID
A generic name given by the requester or Process Administrator to distinguish the project. This is also known as the Project Name.
Eff FIRM Panel
The FIRM Panel which is affected by the LOMC.
LOMC Type
The type of Letter of Map Change (i.e. LOMA CLOMA LOMR-F CLOMR-F LOMR CLOMR).
Flooding Source
The source of the flood hazard (i.e. Potomac River).
Project Status
The status of the project (i.e. Active Inactive On Hold or in Progress).

Project Locator

Purpose
The purpose of this report is to provide a way to find projects (pre-scoping study amendment revision) for a geographical area.
Region
A region is a geographical area made up of multiple states.
State
Any state the District of Columbia the territories and possessions of the United States the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands.
County
A division within a state usually encompassing one or more cities or towns.
County FIPS
The Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) Code is the unique 5 digit number that is assigned to each county in the United States. This number is comprised of a 2 digit state code followed by a 3 digit county code. The FIPS code is the first 5 digits of all countywide format FIRM panel numbers.
Community
Any State or area or political subdivision thereof or any Indian tribe or authorized tribal organization or Alaska Native village or authorized native organization which has the authority to adopt and enforce floodplain management regulations for the areas within its jurisdiction.
Comm ID
The Community Identification (CID) number is a unique 6 digit number assigned to each community that has been identified under the National Flood Insurance Program. The CID number is shown on each FIRM panel and is the first 6 digits of all non-countywide format FIRM panel numbers.
Project Type
The project type is either Amendments Revisions Studies or Pre-Scoping.
Project Number (Case #)
The case number assigned by MIP. Typically consists of Year Region a sequential number and a letter indicating the type of project (P for LOMR A for LOMA etc.).
Project ID
A generic name given by the requester or Process Administrator to distinguish the project. This is also known as the Project Name.
Panel Number
For single community projects the Map Panel Number is the Community ID (CID) plus the Panel Number. For county-wide projects the Map Panel Number is the 5 digit County FIPS code plus the letter 'C' and the Panel Number.
Map Eff Date
The date when the FIRM panel becomes effective.
Status
The status of the project (i.e. Active Inactive On Hold or in Progress).

Study Project Locator

Purpose
The report was designed for users to search Study Projects in MIP. The Study Project Locator has the same design as the Study section of the Project Locator report. However the MIP Portal allows users to search Study projects in a larger geography (e.g. FEMA Region State) for Study Project Locator but only allows a county or community level search for Project Locator Report.
Region
A region is a geographical area made up of multiple states.
State
Any state the District of Columbia the territories and possessions of the United States the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands.
County
A division within a state usually encompassing one or more cities or towns.
Community Name
Any State or area or political subdivision thereof or any Indian tribe or authorized tribal organization or Alaska Native village or authorized native organization which has the authority to adopt and enforce floodplain management regulations for the areas within its jurisdiction.
Community ID
The Community Identification (CID) number is a unique 6 digit number assigned to each community that has been identified under the National Flood Insurance Program. The CID number is shown on each FIRM panel and is the first 6 digits of all non-countywide format FIRM panel numbers.
Project State
The current task in workflow (scoping data development preliminary post-preliminary).
Project Type
The project type is either Amendments Revisions Studies or Pre-Scoping.