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Grants to Arizona Agencies and Tribal Governments for Disaster Preparedness Activities

ELIGIBILITY:

Geographic Focus

USA: Arizona

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State Homeland Security Grant Program (SHSGP)

Arizona Department of Homeland Security


Agency: State

GrantWatch ID #135205

Grant Description

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Grants to Arizona government agencies and tribal governments to address gaps in disaster preparedness. Funding is intended for projects related to terrorism prevention, response, and recovery. Proposals may address planning, organization, equipment, training, and exercise needs.

The SHSGP assists state, tribal and local preparedness activities that address high-priority preparedness gaps across all core capabilities and mission areas where a nexus to terrorism exists. SHSGP supports the implementation of risk driven, capabilities-based approaches to address capability targets set in urban area, state, and regional Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessments (THIRAs). The capability targets are established during the THIRA process, and assessed in the State Preparedness Report (SPR) and inform planning, organization, equipment, training, and exercise needs to prevent, protect against, mitigate, respond to, and recover from acts of terrorism and other catastrophic events.

FEMA introduced 4 National Priority areas in the 2020 application cycle and added a 5th in 2021

  • Cybersecurity, Information Sharing, Soft Targets/Crowded Places, Emergent Threats and Combating Domestic Violent Extremism

Any/all projects that have a terrorism nexus can be applied for and should be applied for. All projects must support and align with a Capability Target and Gap.

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Additional Eligibility Criteria:

Eligible:
• State government agencies
• Local units of government: Municipal/County law enforcement, Fire departments/Fire districts, County agencies
• Tribal governments

Not Eligible:
• Nonprofit entities
• For-profit businesses
• Community Colleges

Pre-Application Information:

The FFY 2022 application period opens at 8am on Monday, January 3, 2022 and will close promptly at 5:00 pm on Friday, February 11, 2022.

Timeline:
- January 3, 2022: Application Portal Opens
- February 11, 2022: UASI and SHSGP Stakeholders Electronically Submit Grant Applications to AZDOHS, NLT 1700 Hours February 11, 2022
- February 14 - March 14, 2022: Phoenix Homeland Defense Bureau/AZDOHS Programmatic and Financial Review of Applications
- March 15 - March 24, 2022: UASI Subcommittees to Review/Prioritize Projects
- March 29, 2022*: Co-Chair Funding Recommendation Meeting
- April 7, 2022*: Urban Area Working Group Meeting
- April 8 - April 30, 2022*: Phoenix Homeland Defense Bureau Writes Investment Justification/Application Final Investment Justification/Application is Reviewed and Submitted to USDHS
- July - August 2022*: USDHS Announces Awards; Final Awards to Stakeholders (NLT 45 days after official Grant Award Notice)
- October 1, 2022*: Period of Performance Start Date

*Tentative

Term of Contract:

12 Month Performance Period. Longer-term projects are accepted.

Contact Information:

Apply online: https://azdohs.gov/applicant/register

For questions, contact:

State Agencies, Phoenix UASI and Operation Stonegarden
Susan Dzbanko, Deputy Director
602-542-1777 or sdzbanko@azdohs.gov

North, West and South Regions
Tim Baldwin, Senior Strategic Planner
602-542-7012 or tbaldwin@azdohs.gov

East and Central Regions
Belinda Torres, Strategic Planner
602-542-7044 or btorres@azdohs.gov

Questions regarding indirect costs can be directed to Assistant Director Terry Riordan, triordan@azdohs.gov.

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