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Below are various resources from across the Weather Enterprise including links to commercial, academic, and governmental products and services. These lists contain the providers/services that we know. If you are a provider of a weather, water, or climate alerting service and want your service added to the lists below, please contact us at: (this email address is not for subscribing to NWS alerts.)

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Company listings are in alphabetical order.

  • Company/Website Link to Home Page
  • Link to Specific Service (if applicable)
  • Weather Topic Addressed
  • Price
  •     Regional, National, or Global
  • Description
  • Area, if Regional
Agility Recovery   general Free/$ Global/national scale More than 30 years of experience providing innovative solutions to help businesses recover faster. Build, test, and execute your business continuity plan with our expert support, resources, and turnkey recovery services.  
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)   general Free Global/national scale FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs) are facilities and mobile offices set up after a disaster. DRCs are open to all disaster survivors. We open DRCs in or near affected communities, in an area that offers equal access and resources to everyone. Our staff may be able to guide you to the help you need after a disaster.  
U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)   general Free Global/national scale SBA provides low-interest disaster loans to help businesses and homeowners recover from declared disasters.