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HOW TO APPLY FOR GRANTS

Provided below is an overview of the process to apply for grant opportunities & links to get started. In order to apply for a grant, you and/or your organization must complete the Grants.gov registration process. Registration can take between three-five business days or as long as two weeks if all steps are not completed in a timely manner. Register for grant opportunities now.

Click here to "Get Registered"


PROCESS OVERVIEW

STEP 1


Download a Grant Application Package
Downloading a grant application package allows you to complete it offline and route it through your organization for review before submitting. Instructions on how to open and use the forms in the package are on the application package cover sheet. Agency specific instructions are available for download when you download your application package, which will include required information for your submission.


STEP 2
Complete the Grant Application Package Step
Now that you have downloaded an application package, complete the grant application offline. Save changes to your application as you go, Grants.gov does NOT automatically save changes. The package cannot be submitted until all required fields have been completed.
View a narrated tutorial on how to complete a grant application package using

If you're having problems completing the package, view our Frequently Asked Questions.



STEP 3
Submit the Completed Grant Application Package
If you are not already connected to the Internet, you will be directed to do so and will need to login to Grants.gov using your username and password.
Submitting a Grant Application with Adobe Reader:
After you have entered all the necessary information, checked the package for errors and saved your package, click the "Save & Submit" button on the cover page. Your application package will automatically be uploaded to Grants.gov.

A confirmation screen will appear once the submission is complete. A Grants.gov tracking number will be provided at the bottom of this screen, as well as the official date and time of the submission. Record the tracking number so that you may refer to it should you need to
contact grants.gov for support.
If you're having problems completing the package, view our Frequently Asked Questions.





STEP 4
Track the Status of a Submitted Grant Application Package
Once your application has been submitted, you can check the status on the Track My Application page.
You can identify your application by:

  • CFDA Number
  • Funding Opportunity Number
  • Competition ID
  • Grants.gov Tracking Number
See "What to Expect After Submtting" for more information.





 





Related FEMA Grant(s) Associated With System, Capture and Containment



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links to individual grants at bottom of page


LETPA focuses upon the prevention of terrorist attacks and provides law enforcement and public safety communities with funds to support intelligence gathering and information sharing.  States are required to ensure that at least 25 percent of their SHSP award funds and at least 25 percent of their UASI award funds are dedicated towards law enforcement terrorism prevention-oriented planning, organization, training, exercise, and equipment activities.

The MMRS program supports the integration of emergency management, health, and medical systems into a coordinated response to mass casualty incidents caused by any hazard. 

The intent of OPSG is to enhance cooperation and coordination among local, state and federal law enforcement agencies in a joint mission to secure the United States borders along routes of ingress from international borders to include travel corridors in states bordering Mexico and Canada, as well as states and territories with international water borders.

The purpose of the FY 2010 PSGP is to create a sustainable, risk-based effort to protect critical port infrastructure from terrorism, particularly attacks using explosives and non-conventional threats that could cause major disruption to commerce.

This core assistance program provides funds to build capabilities at the state and local levels and to implement the goals and objectives included in state homeland security strategies and initiatives in their State Preparedness Report.

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced the release of application guidance for the Transit Security Grant Program (TSGP). The estimated $253 million—funds for state, local and territorial governments and private sector entities to strengthen the nation’s transportation infrastructure and protect the traveling public from acts of terrorism and other major disasters.

UASI program funds address the unique planning, organization, equipment, training, and exercise needs of high-threat, high-density Urban Areas, and assist them in building an enhanced and sustainable capacity to prevent, protect against, respond to, and recover from acts of terrorism.
FY2010 Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Activity (LETPA-UASI)
FY2010 Metropolitan Medical Response System (MMRS) Program
FY2010 Operation Stonegarden Grant Program (OPSG)
FY2010 Port Security Grant Program (PSGP)
FY2010 State Homeland Security Program (SHSP)
FY2010 Transit Security Grant Program (TSGP)
FY2010 Urban Areas Security Initiative (UASI) Program


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