After being sharply critized for his agency's response to Hurricane Katrina, Mike Brown says he is stepping down as the Director for the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Brown, who was replaced last week as the head of the on-site relief effort in Louisiana last week, says he's making the move in the best interest of the agency.
Administration sources say David Paulison will replace Brown. Paulison is a top FEMA official with three decades of experience.
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