Two weeks into this year's hurricane season and FEMA has said it's ready for whatever is coming. The agency evaluated its own readiness and workforce capabilities after the historic 2017 hurricane season and said it's making plans to be better prepared for the future. But the Government Accountability Office said it would silly to assume that 2017 was one time event. And it's especially concerned FEMA doesn't have the right skills and staff to handle future disasters. Federal News Network's Nicole Ogrysko has more details.