Federal Emergency Management Agency is offering to pay for short-term housing for Puerto Ricans displaced by Hurricane Maria.
The $300 million contract has come under scrutiny for a variety of reasons.
The governor of Puerto Rico and some lawmakers on Capitol Hill have requested reviews of the contract. FEMA also says it has "significant concerns."
It's been a busy few months for FEMA planning branch chief Dennis McKeown.
FEMA denied about $764,000 in Colorado disaster requests — all involving the September 2013 flood that struck along the Front Range.
Ruptured pipes, inactive treatment plans and possible mismanagement have left Puerto Ricans struggling to find clean water.
The president seemed to soften his tone in recent tweets about hurricane relief in Puerto Rico, but one message was consistent.
Officials say the government and its partners are providing about 200,000 meals a day for more than 2 million people.
Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Brock Long called Puerto Rican relief the "most logistically challenging event" in U.S. history.
An elite team of first responders made it back to Colorado after back-to-back hurricane relief operations.
It will also fund the government through Dec. 8.
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