Reminder: NDRC Q&A Session Webinar (February 26, 2015, 3 PM EST) and New Webinar Series Resources

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NDRC Q&A Session Webinar (February 26, 2015, 3 PM EST) and New Webinar Series Resources

This webinar is one in many upcoming webinars in the National Disaster Resilience Competition (NDRC) Webinar Series. This NDRC technical webinar, held on February 26, 2015 at 3:00 PM EST, will review the requirements for an NDRC NOFA response to be considered complete and provide time for questions and answers with key HUD Staff.
Presenters: Jessie Handforth Kome (HUD)
Please note you DO NOT need to register to join this webinar. Instructions to access the webinar directly are provided below. However, if you would like to get credit for this webinar, you may use the link to register.

Participation Instructions

To Join via Webex

  1. At least 10 minutes before the start time, log into the webinar
  2. Enter your first name, last name, and e-mail address
  3. Enter the meeting password: NDRC2015
  4. Click Join Now
  5. WebEx Event Manager software will load; this can take several minutes.
  6. Once the meeting window has opened, to receive a call back, provide your phone number in the box provided
  7. Call the toll-free: (877) 223-6370
  8. When prompted, enter the meeting access code: 718 687 7411#
To Join via Teleconference (Audio-only)
  1. Call toll-free: (877) 223-6370
  2. When prompted, enter in the meeting access code: 718 687 7411#

Additional Instructions

For additional instructions, such as how to ask a question during the webinar session, please visit the Training Course detail page.

Training Point of Contact

Sandy Patel | 210-710-7821 | or
Vicky Grim | 443-875-8477 |

New Webinar Series Resources

HUD recently updated the NDRC Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) Document.
The following information has been posted to the training course detail pages of previously held webinars in the NDRC Webinar Series.
To find out more information about upcoming webinars and access materials from previously held webinars, go to the NDRC Webinar Series News page.