Mar 12 2013 2:00PM
The Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program is one of the best administered homeland security grants in the country, and it provides funding to fire departments and EMS agencies in all types of communities, in every state, for a wide range of projects. Best of all, there’s only one application process for everyone!
Join Grants Office CEO Michael Paddock and special guests from Cisco for a refresher on the AFG program, highlights of changes to the program from last year, and tips for maximizing your grant. We will also be featuring AFG-friendly technologies that have shown dramatic improvement for fire and EMS communications, response time, and training.
Feb 12 2013 2:00PM
Homeland security grant programs have been funding technology-rich projects since their inception, but the process of getting those dollars for your community can seem daunting. Indeed, the distribution of Homeland Security funding is as varied as the programs that support it and the states that participate in its distribution.
Join Grants Office CEO Michael Paddock and special guests from Cisco for actionable insight into these program, tips for maximizing your share, and a discussion technologies that have transformed homeland security in a variety of communities.
Jan 15 2013 2:00PM
Over the past several years, the landscape of funding for public safety has changed. Grant programs for expanding law enforcement, communications, homeland security, Tribal justice, and emergency management are all coming from different sources, often with different priorities each year.
Join Grants Office CEO Michael Paddock and special guests from Cisco as we shed some light on the various resources that are available for public safety, tips for maximizing your share, and fundable technologies that are transforming the work of police departments, courts, and correctional institutions.
Apr 19 2012 2:00PM
Each year, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) makes billions of dollars available to those collectively responsible for the safety and security of the American public and our way of life. And while law enforcement departments inevitably play a major role in many successful DOJ projects, we must respect the fact that it’s not a “whole of government,” but a “whole of nation” approach that best keeps our citizens and communities as safe as possible.
Join Cisco and Grants Office’s Grants Development Consultant, Vince Siragusa for a valuable discussion on the Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) and other available DOJ grant programs. Law enforcement, local governments, community groups and citizens alike, will not want to miss this important event.
Jan 26 2012 2:00PM
The Assistance to Firefighters Grants (AFG) program continues to be one of the best administered grant programs in the country and over the last decade has helped thousands of first responders obtain critically needed equipment, turnout gear, vehicles, training, and other resources necessary to protect the nation from fire and fire related hazards.
As has been the case in years past, successfully positioning your Fiscal Year 2012 applications will not only be built around a solid understanding of the AFG program itself, but also on the program’s funding priorities and areas of focus.
Join Cisco and Grants Office’s Grants Development Consultant, Vince Siragusa, as we review this year's program guidelines, allowable activities, and application requirements.
Jan 12 2012 2:00PM
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) oversees a number of grant and financial assistance programs that represent billions of dollars in funding each year. State, local, tribal and private sector entities inevitably rely on this federal assistance to strengthen their ability to prevent, protect, and respond to terrorist attacks, major disasters and various other emergencies. Most specifically, the State Homeland Security Program (SHSP) and the Urban Areas Security Initiative (UASI) provide well over $1 billion designed to support the training, exercise, and equipment necessary to keep this nation as safe as possible.
Join Cisco and Grants Office’s Grants Development Consultant, Vince Siragusa, as we review these and other FY2012 DHS grant programs, funding mechanisms, and the steps necessary for getting your project in front of DHS assistance.
Nov 10 2010 2:00PM
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