Grants Management Bureau
Notice of Funding Availability
This Notice of Funding Availability is provided by the New Mexico Department of Public Safety for the Edward
Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) program. JAG is the primary grant funding source for state and
local law enforcement agencies and provides critical funding necessary to support a broad range of program areas.
Document Type: Sub-grant Notice
Funding Opportunity Number: DPS-GMBJAG01SFY13
Opportunity Category: Discretionary
Posting Date: September 14, 2012
Closing Date: October 22, 2012 – 2:00 PM
Funding Instrument: Sub-grant Agreement
Category of Funding: Law Enforcement Programs
Expected Number of Awards: 5 +/-
Estimated Total Program Funding:
For this notice, applications shall be limited to
*Award Ceiling (Maximum Amount): the maximum amount of funding as reflected
below. Local units of government that are not
listed are not eligible to apply.
*Award Floor (Minimum Amount):
Cost Sharing or Matching Requirement: None
Term of Funding: November 1, 2012 – June 1, 2013
All electronic copies of the NOFA, Application and Application template submittal forms can be obtained at the below website.
Local Unit of Government County Funding
VALENCIA COUNTY VALENCIA County $9,854.00
EDDY COUNTY EDDY County $9,824.00
TOWN of BERNALILLO SANDOVAL Municipal $8,875.00
TOWN of SILVER CITY GRANT Municipal $8,263.00
CITY of SOCORRO SOCORRO Municipal $8,140.00
CITY of PORTALES ROOSEVELT Municipal $7,834.00
MCKINLEY COUNTY MCKINLEY County $7,528.00
CITY of GRANTS CIBOLA Municipal $7,130.00
CITY of BELEN VALENCIA Municipal $6,274.00
LUNA COUNTY LUNA County $6,243.00
CITY of BLOOMFIELD SAN JUAN Municipal $6,029.00
CITY of TUCUMCARI QUAY Municipal $5,600.00
CITY of RATON COLFAX Municipal $4,927.00
CITY of DEMING LUNA Municipal $4,652.00
CHAVES COUNTY CHAVES County $4,590.00
TOWN of TAOS TAOS Municipal $4,560.00
CITY of LOVINGTON LEA Municipal $4,162.00
LEA COUNTY LEA County $4,070.00
CITY of ARTESIA EDDY Municipal $4,040.00
CITY of TRUTH OR
CONSEQUENCES SIERRA Municipal $4,009.00
Lincoln County LINCOLN County $3,825.00
Los Alamos County ALAMOS County $3,703.00
City of Santa Rosa GUADALUPE Municipal $3,611.00
Taos County TAOS County $3,611.00
City of Aztec SAN JUAN Municipal $3,611.00
Cibola County CIBOLA County $3,366.00
Rio Arriba County ROOSEVELT County $2,938.00
Village of Ruidoso LINCOLN Municipal $2,295.00
City of Sunland Park DONA ANA Municipal $2,234.00
Sandoval County SANDOVAL County $1,806.00
City of Ruidoso Downs LINCOLN Municipal $1,775.00
Village of Cuba SANDOVAL Municipal $1,775.00
Village of Milan CIBOLA Municipal $1,622.00
Socorro County SOCORRO County $1,591.00
Village of Tularosa OTERO Municipal $1,347.00
Torrance County TORRANCE County $1,194.00
Roosevelt County ROOSEVELT County $1,163.00
Curry County CURRY County $1,132.00
Grant County GRANT County $1,010.00
*source – FFY12 Department of Justice – BJA JAG Funding allocations
Description: The U.S. Department of Justice – Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), under the consolidated
Appropriations Act, 2005, P.L. 108-447, provides states and units of local government with funds to provide
additional personnel, equipment, supplies, contractual support, training, technical assistance and information
systems for criminal justice.
The state of New Mexico Department of Public Safety is the State Administering Agency for JAG program funds.
Eligible Applicants: Limited to local units of government that: (1) are not eligible to receive a direct award from
DOJ/BJA based upon the $10,000 funding formula threshold; or (2) are not currently a sub-grantee of the New
Mexico Department of Public Safety under the JAG program.
Additional Information on Eligibility: A law enforcement program is not an eligible applicant. As defined, an
eligible applicant is a local unit of government that will serve as the Fiscal Agency/Fiduciary for the program.
Authorized Program Area: For purposes of this funding notice the authorized program area is limited to law
enforcement activities that support the JAG mission.
Eligible Activities: Applications may include the following allowable costs: personnel, overtime, contractual
services, equipment and supplies.
Supplanting: Grant funds are intended to add to, augment, or supplement, not replace, resources already
committed to the drug and violent crime control effort.
Application Procedure: Applicants may contact the Grants Management Bureau at (505) 827-3347 or at
firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain an application packet. All applications are due no later than 2:00 PM October
22, 2012, and shall be submitted in accordance with the procedures outlined within the application packet.
Award Selection Procedure: Upon receipt and review of each application for completeness, applications will be
rated and ranked by the DEAC Sub-committee utilizing the rating criteria included within the application packet.
All applications recommended for award by the Sub-committee will be forwarded to the DPS Cabinet Secretary for
review and consideration.
All applicants will be notified in writing of their rating and funding decision no later than thirty (30) days after the
date of application.
Reporting Requirements: On the forms prescribed by DPS, all selected applicants (sub-grantees) shall be required
to submit monthly and quarterly financial and programmatic reports as required.
TERMINATION: The New Mexico Department of Public Safety Grants Management Bureau shall have the right to
terminate this Notice of Funding Availability at any time. The terms of this Notice are contingent upon sufficient
appropriations and authorizations being made by the Congress of the United States if federal funds are involved,
or the State Legislature if State funds involved, for performance of this Notice. If sufficient appropriations and
authorizations are not made, this Notice of Funding Availability shall terminate upon notice being given by the New
Mexico Department of Public Safety Grants Management Bureau to the Applicant. The Bureau is expressly not
committed to expenditure of any funds until such time as they are programmed, budgeted, encumbered, and
approved for expenditure by the Bureau. The Bureau’s decision as to whether its funds are sufficient for
fulfillment of the Notice shall be final.