Your current session will expire in approximately 10 minutes. Click "OK" to resume your session.
MIP Session Notice
Your session has expired.
MIP Server Notice
The MIP connection that you have been assigned will restart in . The connection restart will terminate your current session. Please save your data, log off, and close your browser. Data not saved prior to this restart will be lost.
You may click OK and continue to work until the restart is initiated. A second message will appear 2 minutes prior to your connection restart.
MIP Server Notice
The MIP connection that you were assigned was restarted and your session has been terminated. Data not saved prior to this restart was lost.
If you have questions or concerns about the connection restart please contact MIP User Care, firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-877-FEMA-MAP.
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