Electronic Letter of Map Amendment (eLOMA)
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) currently utilizes a web based application within its Mapping Information Platform called eLOMA (electronic Letter of Map Amendment), which allows for approved professionals to submit simple Letter of Map Amendment (LOMA) requests in a fraction of the time required by traditional LOMA processing.
Initially, FEMA only granted licensed land surveyors and professional engineers with the ability to utilize eLOMA. Through an arrangement with FEMA, certain employees of participating NFDA companies are now able to access eLOMA and submit eLOMA applications. For more information on this process, reference the NFDA eLOMA Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document below.
Participating NFDA Companies
|American Flood Research||Theresa Prichard|
|Anabranch Flood||Reid Rechel|
|CoreLogic Flood Services||Charles Rogers|
|Massive Cert, Inc.||Josh Price|
|Second Look Flood, LLC||Bryan Baumann|
|Torrent Technologies, Inc.||Theresa Johnston|
|Western Technologies Group, LLC||Andrew Yesaitis|
- FEMA eLOMA page and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
(click “Learn about eLOMA” under “Tools For Professionals”)
- FEMA eLOMA Fact Sheet
- NFDA eLOMA Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
For more information or to request a Member Login if you are an employee of an NFDA member company, contact eLOMAhelp@nfdaflood.com.