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#2255077 - 06/09/21 06:29 PM Proposed Interagency Q&A from 7/6/2020
RafterJB Offline
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Have the proposed Interagency Q&A's regarding flood insurance from 7/6/2020 been finalized? I have been looking, but have been unable to find anything showing they are finalized.

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#2255080 - 06/09/21 06:52 PM Re: Proposed Interagency Q&A from 7/6/2020 RafterJB
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Not that I have seen.
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#2255081 - 06/09/21 06:52 PM Re: Proposed Interagency Q&A from 7/6/2020 RafterJB
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No, not yet.

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#2255090 - 06/09/21 07:44 PM Re: Proposed Interagency Q&A from 7/6/2020 RafterJB
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Getting anything with as many moving parts as the proposed Q&A agreed to by as many agencies as are involved is not going to be easy. It's likely to take a lot longer than you or I might expect.
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#2255100 - 06/09/21 08:58 PM Re: Proposed Interagency Q&A from 7/6/2020 John Burnett
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Originally Posted by John Burnett
Getting anything with as many moving parts as the proposed Q&A agreed to by as many agencies as are involved is not going to be easy. It's likely to take a lot longer than you or I might expect.

Anything interagency always takes longer than seems reasonable. Having been on a few of those interagency working groups years ago (when I was still a regulator), "herding cats" is an understatement.
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