About Florida Disaster Consulting

Created in 2008 by Ron Anderson, Florida Disaster Consulting (FDC) is a full-service disaster management company specializing in program integration, cost recovery, public-assistance grant management, emergency management, and intergovernmental relations for all types of natural and man-made catastrophic events. Based in Central Florida, FDC is familiar with the widespread effects disasters can have. Through the embrace of a holistic philosophy of disaster and recovery management, FDC is able to provide comprehensive solutions to the many complex situations that disasters present. FDC’s primary focus is helping state, local, and municipal government agencies, as well as private businesses and nonprofit groups, navigate the many federal, public, individual, and mitigation assistance programs and procedures.

About Ron Anderson

Prior to creating Florida Disaster Consulting (FDC) in 2008, Ron Anderson worked as a state of Florida official for 28 years. He was involved in the administration of the FEMA and FHWA disaster programs for over 25 federally-declared events. With this knowledge, Ron has been successful in creating a company that offers a contracting alternative for federal, state, and local agencies, as well as other consulting firms involved in disaster management projects.

About Our Staff

With consultants located throughout the U.S., our team has served in leadership and technical support roles with federal agencies, state agencies, local governments, and private nonprofits tasked with recovering from and mitigating against disasters. This extensive state and local emergency management experience allows us to recognize your needs and provide comprehensive pre-disaster planning and post-disaster response and recovery services.

Our team brings varying skills, knowledge, licensing, certification, and expertise to each job we perform. This provides flexibility to customize our services to satisfy any and all project requirements, and direct resources for unexpected or additional service needs and the management capabilities expected of us.