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					Nebraska Homeland Security Grant Program



             NEBRASKA EMERGENCY
             MANAGEMENT AGENCY

    2007 Homeland Security Grant Application
                         SHSGP
                         LETPP
                          CCP
                         MMRS (Lincoln and Omaha)




    APPLICATION TO BE SUBMITTED BY THE COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGER
            Nebraska Homeland Security Grant Program

The 2007 Nebraska Homeland Security Grant Application is set up to support the 2007 Nebraska Homeland Security Enhancement Plan,
the 2007 Initiatives and Investment Justifications as well as the 2007 State Homeland Security Strategy Goals & Objectives. Complete one
Project Worksheet for each project which includes the completed Equipment and / or the PET Detailed Budget Worksheets. Each Project
Worksheet is set up with Drop-down Menus throughout the Project Worksheets to help complete the application process. The Application
will need to be completed in its entirety to be accepted for the initial grant application phase.




On the Instruction Page the Application will be accepted with the following conditions being met. Please select all Checkboxes that apply
for each condition that have been met; Current LEOP, Resolution(s) from the County Board of Commissioners / Supervisors, Current Five
Year PET Calendar, NIMSCAST completion, Signature Page with all required signatures and all required MOUs.
The Signature Page includes a Drop-down Menu where you will only need to select your Jurisdiction and / or Agency once for the entire
application process. The Signature Page shall include the individual names of those members who have participated in the application
process. The resolution(s) for the County(ies) must be mailed in order for the Application to be accepted.




For each Project Sheet select the appropriate information for your respective Jurisdiction and Grant Fund by selecting the Blue box with
your from the Drop-down Menu choose the appropriate information for that section(s). Fill in the White blocks identifying the name of your
Project, the requested detailed information and benchmarks with the related activities and dates. When filling out the Equipment and PET /
CCP Detailed Worksheets, only place whole dollar amounts in the Unit Costs. The Worksheet will autosum after you enter the Quantity
amounts. Save your application with a file name identifying the year and jurisdiction. (Example: 2007 Exit Co) Upon completion of the
Application it must be emailed to the following email address at NEMA: NEMAGNT@nema.ne.gov You will receive an email reply in
receipt of your grant application submittal. Any questions regarding the application process can be forwarded to:
Mardell Hergenrader (402-471-7413) or Lynn Marshall (402-471-7226) at the following email addresses:
mardell.hergenrader@nema.ne.gov            lynn.marshall@nema.ne.gov



                                                             Application Checklist


          Use the following Checklist to validate your compliance in completing the Application Process. Check
          each box that applies, insert the date where requested and include other information requested.

                            Signature Page                           Current LEOP                  LEOP Date


                            County Resolution Submitted              Signed MOU
                                                                                                                     2004
                            2007 Regional PET Calendar Submitted           Grant(s) % Completion to Date
                                                                                                                     2005
                            NIMSCAST Completed by: 9-15-2007
                                                                                                                     2006



          Project Information:                       Equipment Detail                            PET Detail

          County/Region/State                        AEL Code                                    Solution Area

          Grant Fund                                 AEL Category                                Line Item Description

          Initiative Name                            Approved Equipment                          Approved Equipment

          Project Name                               Unit Price                                  Unit Price

          Project Details                            Quantity                                    Quantity

          Benchmarks                                 Discipline(s)                               Discipline(s)




                            APPLICATION TO BE SUBMITTED BY THE COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGER



                                                                        PROCEED
                                     Nebraska Homeland Security Grant Program

             County / Tribe / Region Name:


                State Agency:




                             TO BE COMPLETED BY COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGER
  Agency Name:                                                                       Organization Type
                                                                                       (Check Applicable Box)
                                                                                              County
                                                                                              Tribe
  Agency Address:                                                                             Region
                                                                                              State




 Phone #:
 FAX #:
 E-Mail Address:

Please provide the names of the members who contributed to the coordination of this grant application among all disciplines represented
within the Jurisdiction.


           Agency/Organization                  Title                         Name                       Jurisdiction




                                           STATE ADMINISTRATIVE AGENT (SAA) USE ONLY

          Grant #:                                 Award Date:                                    Fund Year:         2007

          Project Application. #:

          Approved:       Yes         No                          Approved with conditions:       Yes           No




                      RETURN                                                                                    PROCEED
                   Nebraska Homeland Security Grant Program Summary
                       Summary Sheet for FY 2007 HSGP Investment Justifications


 County/Tribe/Region                                          Total FY 2007           $0

State Agency:

                             INVESTMENT SUMMARY INFORMATION

       Project #                         Project Name                         FY 2007 HSGP Request

          1                                                                           $0

          2                                                                           $0

          3                                                                           $0

          4                                                                            $0

          5                                                                            $0

          6                                                                            $0

          7                                                                            $0

          8                                                                            $0
                                             Section                              Category
     PROJECT Links              Personal Protective Equipment   Respiratory Protection Equipment


Project 1 Equipment Worksheet

Project 2 Equipment Worksheet

Project 3 Equipment Worksheet

Project 4 Equipment Worksheet

Project 5 Equipment Worksheet

Project 6 Equipment Worksheet

Project 7 Equipment Worksheet
                                                                NFPA 1994 CBRN Terrorism Protective Ensembles
Project 8 Equipment Worksheet



                                                                NFPA 1999 Protective Clothing (Emergency Medical Services)




                                                                Tactical Law Enforcement Protective Equipment




                                                                NFPA 1971 Ensembles (Proximity Fire Fighting with Optional CBR
                                                                NFPA 1971 Ensembles (Proximity Fire Fighting)




                                                                NFPA 1971 Ensembles (Structural Fire Fighting with Optional CBR
                                                                NFPA 1971 Ensembles (Structural Fire Fighting)




                                                                NFPA 1992 Splash-Protective Ensembles and Items
NFPA 1951 CBRN Technical Rescue Protective Ensemble
NFPA 1951 Rescue and Recovery Technical Rescue Protective En




NFPA 1951 Utility Technical Rescue Protective Ensemble




NFPA 1991 Ensembles with Optional Flash Fire Protection




NFPA 1991 Ensembles




Water Operations PPE
                                PPE Accessories




                                Ancillary Equipment
Equipment - Explosive Device Mitigation and Remediation
                                 Equipment




                                Protective Ensembles




                               Operational Equipment
CBRNE Operational and Search and RescueEquipment
Search & Rescue Equipment




Water Operational & Search/Rescue Equipment
Information Technology             Application Systems and Software




                                   Hardware




                                   Media Devices




                                   Sensor Devices


                                   System and Networking Software


Cyber Security Enhancement Equipment
                               Authentication Devices


                                   Encryption
                                Host Level Security



                                Network Level Security




                                Patch and Configuration Management
Interoperable Communications Equipment
                               Commercial




                                Private




Detection                       Biological Detection



                                Biological Support



                                Chemical Detection
                  Chemical Support




                  Explosive Detection




                  Radiological Detection




                  Radiological Support
                  Support Equipment



                  Non-CBRNE Detection Equipment
Decontamination   Individual Decontamination


                  Active Decontamination
          Post-Decontamination



Medical   Medical Equipment




          Medical Supplies
Pharmaceuticals
        Training




Power   Batteries and Power Cells
                            Generators
                            Other Power-Related Equipment




CBRNE Reference Materials   Field Expedient References




                            Reference Databases




                            References
                                        Non-CBRNE Reference Materials
CBRNE Incident Response Vehiclesrailers
                               T



                                        Vehicles




Terrrorism Incident Prevention Equipment Technology
                                 Information




                                        Law Enforcement Equipment
Physical Security Enhancement Equipment
                                Support Equipment for Continuation of Critical Infrastructure Opera
                                        Explosion Protection


                                        Surveillance, Warning, Access/Intrusion Control
Inspection and Screening SystemsInspection Systems


                                   Screening Systems


                                   Response, and Mitigation Equipment
Agricultural Terrorism Prevention, Animal Restraint




                                   Burning and Incineration Supplies


                                   Cleaning, Disinfection, and Fumigation




                                   Disposal Equipment and Supplies


                                   Depopulation Equipment




                                   Diagnosic and Treatment Equipment




                                   General




CBRNE Prevention and Response Watercraft
                              Watercraft
CBRNE Aviation Equipment        Aircraft


CBRNE Logistical Support Equipment
                               General




                                Material Handling Equipment




                                Shelter Systems



Intervention Equipment          Fingerprint Processing and Identification
                                Tactical Entry Equipment
                                Training Equipment
Other Authorized Equipment      General
                       SubCategory                   AEL_SEL_Code                      Title
                                                    01AR-01-SCBA         SCBA, CBRN
CBRN Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) and Supplied-Air Respirators (SAR)
                                                    01AR-01-SCBC      Cylinders and Valve Assemblies, Spare, and Service/Repair Kits, SCBA
                                                    01AR-01-SCBR      Kit, Retrofit, CBRN SCBA
CBRN Air-Purifying Respirator (APR)                 01AR-02-APR       Respirator, Air-Purifying, Full-Face, Tight-Fitting, Negative Pressure, CBRN
                                                    01AR-02-APRC      Canister, CBRN, APR
CBRN Powered Air-Purifying Respirator (PAPR)        01AR-03-PAPA      Respirator, Powered, Air-Purifying (PAPR), CBRN
                                                    01AR-03-PAPB      Battery Pack, PAPR
                                                    01AR-03-PAPC      Canister, CBRN, PAPR
CBRN Escape Respirator                              01AR-04-APEC      Respirator, Escape, Air-Purifying, Single-Use, CBRN, with CO Option
                                                    01AR-04-APER      Respirator, Escape, Air-Purifying, Single-Use, CBRN
                                                    01AR-04-SCER      Respirator, Escape, Self-Contained, Single-Use, CBRN
Combination Respiratory Equipment                   01AR-05-COMB      Equipment, Respiratory Protection, Combination
Disposable Respirator                               01AR-06-DISP      Respirator, Particulate, Disposable
Support Equipment                                   01AR-07-FTST      Tester, Mask Leak/Fit
                                                    01AR-07-QUAL      System, Compressed Breathing Air Quality Testing
NFPA 1994 Class 2 Ensembles                         01CB-02-ENSM      Ensemble, Chemical/Biological Protective, NFPA 1994 Class 2
                                                    01CB-02-TRST      Suit, Training
NFPA 1994 Class 3 Ensembles                         01CB-03-ENSM      Ensemble, Chemical/Biological Protective, NFPA 1994 Class 3
                                                    01CB-03-TRST      Suit, Training
NFPA 1994 Class 4 Ensembles                         01CB-04-ENSM      Ensemble, CBRN Particulate Protective, NFPA 1994 Class 4
Items                                               01EM-01-EYEP      Eye/Face Protection Devices, Emergency Medical, NFPA 1999
                                                    01EM-01-FTWC      Footwear Covers, Emergency Medical, NFPA 1999
                                                    01EM-01-FTWR      Footwear, Emergency Medical, NFPA 1999
                                                    01EM-01-GARM      Garment, Emergency Medical, NFPA 1999
                                                    01EM-01-GLCL      Gloves, Emergency Medical, Cleaning, NFPA 1999
                                                    01EM-01-GLME      Gloves, Emergency Medical, Examination, NFPA 1999
                                                    01EM-01-GLMW      Gloves, Emergency Medical, Work, NFPA 1999
Ballistic Protection                                01LE-01-ARMR      Armor, Body
                                                    01LE-01-HLMT      Helmet, Ballistic
                                                    01LE-01-SHLD      Shield, Ballistic
Other Items                                         01LE-02-BDUS      Specialized Clothing, NFPA 1975 or NFPA 2112
                                                    01LE-02-BOOT      Boots, Protective, Tactical/Climbing
                                                    01LE-02-PRPD      Padding, Protective, Tactical
NFPA 1971 CBRN Ensemble                             01PC-01-ENSM      Ensemble, Protective, Proximity Fire Fighting with Optional CBRN Protection,
Required Elements                                   01PF-01-FTWR      Footwear, Protective, Proximity Fire Fighting, NFPA 1971
                                                    01PF-01-GARM      Garment, Protective, Proximity Fire Fighting, NFPA 1971
                                                    01PF-01-GLOV      Gloves, Protective, Proximity Fire Fighting, NFPA 1971
                                                    01PF-01-HLMT      Helmet, Protective, Proximity Fire Fighting, NFPA 1971
                                                    01PF-01-SHRD      Shroud, Protective, Proximity Fire Fighting, NFPA 1971
Optional Elements                                   01PF-02-SCBH      Cover, SCBA, Protective Radiant Heat
NFPA 1971 CBRN Ensemble                             01SC-01-ENSM      Ensemble, Protective, Structural Fire Fighting with Optional CBRN Protection,
Required Ensemble Elements                          01SF-01-FTWR      Footwear, Structural Fire Fighting Protective, NFPA 1971
                                                    01SF-01-GARM      Garment, Protective, Structural Fire Fighting, NFPA 1971
                                                    01SF-01-GLOV      Gloves, Protective, Structural Fire Fighting, NFPA 1971
                                                    01SF-01-HLMT      Helmet, Protective, Structural Fire Fighting, NFPA 1971
                                                    01SF-01-HOOD      Hood, Protective, Structural Fire Fighting, NFPA 1971
Liquid Splash-Protective Ensemble                   01SP-01-ENSE      Ensemble, Liquid Splash-Protective, Encapsulating, NFPA 1992
                                                    01SP-01-ENSN      Ensemble, Liquid Splash-Protective, Non-Encapsulating, NFPA 1992
Liquid Splash-Protective Clothing                   01SP-02-FTWR      Footwear, Liquid Splash-Protective, NFPA 1992
                                                    01SP-02-GLOV      Gloves, Liquid Splash-Protective, NFPA 1992
                                                    01SP-02-GRMT      Garment, Liquid Splash-Protective, NFPA 1992
               Ensemble                                           01UC-01-ENSM      Ensemble, CBRN Protective, Technical Rescue Incidents, NFPA 1951
               Ensemble Elements                                  01UR-01-EYEP      Goggles, Rescue and Recovery, Technical Rescue Incidents, NFPA 1951
                                                                  01UR-01-FTWR      Footwear, Rescue and Recovery, Protective, Technical Rescue Incidents, NF
                                                                  01UR-01-GARM      Garment, Rescue and Recovery, Protective, Technical Rescue Incidents, NFP
                                                                  01UR-01-GLOV      Gloves, Rescue and Recovery, Protective, Technical Rescue Incidents, NFPA
                                                                  01UR-01-HLMT      Helmet, Rescue and Recovery, Protective, Technical Rescue Incidents, NFPA
ue Protective Ensemble                                            01UT-01-EYEP      Goggles, Utility, Technical Rescue Incidents, NFPA 1951
                                                                  01UT-01-FTWR      Footwear, Utility, Protective, Technical Rescue Incidents, NFPA 1951
                                                                  01UT-01-GARM      Garment, Utility, Protective, Technical Rescue Incidents, NFPA 1951
                                                                  01UT-01-GLOV      Gloves, Utility, Protective, Technical Rescue Incidents, NFPA 1951
                                                                  01UT-01-HLMT      Helmet, Utility, Protective, Technical Rescue Incidents, NFPA 1951
               Ensemble                                           01VF-01-ENSM      Ensemble, Vapor-Protective, with Optional Flash Fire Protection, NFPA 1991
               Required Ensemble Elements                         01VF-02-FTWR      Footwear, Vapor-Protective, with Optional Flash Fire Protection, NFPA 1991
                                                                  01VF-02-GARM      Garment, Vapor-Protective, with Optional Flash Fire Protection, NFPA 1991
                                                                  01VF-02-GLOV      Gloves, Vapor-Protective, with Optional Flash Fire Protection, NFPA 1991
               Suggested Support Items                            01VF-03-ITST      Equipment, Inflation Testing
                                                                  01VF-03-TRST      Suit, Training
               Ensemble                                           01VT-01-ENSM      Ensemble, Vapor-Protective, NFPA 1991
               Required Ensemble Elements                         01VT-02-FTWR      Footwear, Vapor-Protective, NFPA 1991
                                                                  01VT-02-GARM      Garment, Vapor-Protective, NFPA 1991
                                                                  01VT-02-GLOV      Gloves, Vapor-Protective, NFPA 1991
               Suggested Support Items                            01VT-03-ITST      Equipment, Inflation Testing
                                                                  01VT-03-TRST      Suit, Training
               Equipment, Breathing - SCUBA                       01WA-01-BKUP      System, Water Operations, Emergency Backup Air Supply
                                                                  01WA-01-SCBA      Apparatus, Self-Contained Underwater Breathing (SCUBA)
                                                                  01WA-01-SCBC      Apparatus, Self-Contained Underwater Breathing (SCUBA), Contaminated Wa
               Equipment, Breathing - Surface Supplied            01WA-02-HLMT      Helmet, Surface Supplied Air, Diving
                                                                  01WA-02-SAIR      System, Surface Supplied Air, Diving
               Garments and Ensembles, Diving                     01WA-03-BOOT      Boots, Diving
                                                                  01WA-03-GLOV      Gloves, Diving
                                                                  01WA-03-HOOD      Hood, Diving
                                                                  01WA-03-NDAM      Dam, Neck, Diving
                                                                  01WA-03-SUTD      Suit, Dry, Diving
                                                                  01WA-03-SUTW      Suit, Wet, Diving
                                                                  01WA-03-UNDR      Undergarment, Dry Suit, Diving
                                                                     01WA-04-BTES
               Garments and Ensembles, Surface / Swift Water Operations             Booties, Protective, Swift Water Rescue
                                                                  01WA-04-FINR      Fins, Swift Water Rescue
                                                                  01WA-04-GARM      Suit, Dry, Surface / Swift Water
                                                                  01WA-04-GLOV      Gloves, Protective, Swift Water Rescue
                                                                  01WA-04-HLMT      Helmet, Protective, Swift Water Rescue
                                                                  01WA-04-SPFD      Device, Personal Flotation, Swift Water Rescue
                                                                  01WA-04-SUTI      Suit, Surface Ice Rescue
                                                                  01WA-04-SUTW      Suit, Wet, Surface / Swift Water
                                                                  01WA-04-UNDR      Undergarment, Surface / Swift Water
                                                                   01WA-05-BTES
               Garments and Ensembles, Contaminated Water Operations                Boots or Booties, Diving, Contaminated Water
                                                                  01WA-05-FINS      Fins, Diving, Contaminated Water
                                                                  01WA-05-GLOV      Gloves or Mittens, Dry Suit, Diving, Contaminated Water
                                                                  01WA-05-SUTD      Suit, Diving, Dry, Protective, Contaminated Water
                                                                  01WA-05-TTHR      Tether, Diving, Contaminated Water Operations
               Ancillary Equipment                                01WA-06-BAGG      Bag, Gear, Water Operations
                                                                  01WA-06-BCMP      Compensators, Buoyancy, Diving
                                                                  01WA-06-CLIM      System, Diving, Climate Control
                                01WA-06-FINS   Fins, Swimming/Diving
                                01WA-06-HRNS   Harness, Diving
                                01WA-06-MAIN   Kits, Maintenance / Field Repair, Underwater Equipment
                                01WA-06-MASK   Mask, Diving
                                01WA-06-PFDS   Device, Personal Flotation
                                01WA-06-SNRK   Snorkel, Diving
                                01WA-06-WGHT   Weights, Diving
Personal Alert Safety Systems   01ZA-01-PASS   System, Personal Alert Safety (PASS)
Gloves & Footwear               01ZA-02-FTWC   Covers, Outer Footwear
                                01ZA-02-GLVA   Gloves, Protective, Abrasion/Puncture-Resistant
                                01ZA-02-GLVD   Gloves, Outer, Disposable
                                01ZA-02-GLVF   Gloves, Protective, Flame-resistant
                                01ZA-02-GLVI   Gloves, Inner, Cotton
                                01ZA-02-GLVW   Gloves, Outer, Work
Eye Protection                  01ZA-03-EYEP   Protection, Eye
Hearing Protection              01ZA-04-HEAR   Protection, Hearing
Undergarments                   01ZA-05-UNDR   Undergarment, Non-Flame-Resistant
                                01ZA-05-UNFR   Undergarment, Flame-Resistant
Other Accessories               01ZA-06-COOL   Garment/Vest/Device, Cooling
                                01ZA-06-HHAT   Hardhat
                                01ZA-06-HYDR   Hydration System, Personal
                                01ZA-06-PRPD   Padding, Protective
                                01ZA-06-TAPE   Tape, Approved Chemical Resistant
                                01ZA-06-VEST   Vest or Outer Garment, High-visibility
Miscellaneous                   01ZP-00-GBAG   Bag/Box, Ensemble Gear Storage
General                         02EX-00-EXEN   Equipment, Explosive Entry
                                02EX-00-EXMP   Magazines, Portable or Transportable, Explosive
                                02EX-00-KTFO   Kit, Fiber Optic
                                02EX-00-MITA   Mitigation Area, Explosive
                                02EX-00-PBIE   Equipment, Post Blast Investigation
                                02EX-00-TCVV   Vessel, Containment
                                02EX-00-TCVW   Upgrades, Containment Vessel
X-Ray Equipment                 02EX-01-XRAP   X-Ray Unit, Portable or Transportable
Tools                           02EX-02-RBTL   Attachments/Tools, Robot
                                02EX-02-TLEX   Tools, Explosive Mitigation, Suppression, Deflection
                                02EX-02-TLPB   Tools, Bomb Disabling
                                02EX-02-TLRO   Tools, Remote Opening, Examination, Handling
Ensembles                       02PE-01-BSUT   Suit, Improvised Explosive Device/Explosive Ordnance Disposal (IED/EOD) P
                                02PE-01-RCON   Ensemble, Reconnaissance, Improvised Explosive Device/Explosive Ordnanc
                                02PE-01-SRCH   Suit, "Search", Improvised Explosive Device/Explosive Ordnance Disposal (IE
Elements                        02PE-02-BOOT   Boot, IED/EOD
                                02PE-02-CLTH   Clothing, Operational, and Specialized/Protective Gear IED/EOD
                                02PE-02-HAND   Equipment, Hand Protection, IED/EOD
                                02PE-02-HEAR   Protection, Ear, Blast and Overpressure Threat
                                02PE-02-HLMT   Equipment, Head and Face Protection, IED/EOD
Law Enforcement                 03OE-01-BGEV   Bags / Canisters, Evidence
                                03OE-01-LINE   Line, Linen, Fast Rope
                                03OE-01-VSTO   Vests, Operational
Optics                          03OE-02-BNOC   Binoculars/Scopes
                                03OE-02-FIBR   Systems, Fiber Optic
                                03OE-02-LASR   Range Finder, Laser
                                03OE-02-SCOP   Spotting Scopes/Surveillance Telescopes
                                        03OE-02-TILA   Optics, Thermal Imaging and/or Light Amplification
Scene Control                           03OE-03-CACS   System, Capture and Containment
                                        03OE-03-GLRL   System, Marking, Green Line/Red Line
                                        03OE-03-KTCL   Kit, Chemical Leak Control
                                        03OE-03-KTFA   Kit, First Aid, Trauma Type
                                        03OE-03-LOTO   System, Lock Out/Tag Out
                                        03OE-03-LTPA   Lighting, Portable Area Illumination
                                        03OE-03-MEGA   System, Public Address, Handheld
                                        03OE-03-SIGN   Signs
                                        03OE-03-TIMR   Timer
Safety Equipment                        03OE-04-CRNT   Detectors, Current
                                        03OE-04-EXAC   Extinguisher, Fire, Class ABC
                                        03OE-04-GRCA   Cables, Grounding
                                        03OE-04-GRRD   Rod, Copper Grounding
                                        03OE-04-GRRT   Tester, Ground Resistance
                                        03OE-04-HSMN   Monitor, Heat Stress
                                        03OE-04-KTTL   Kit, Tool, Miscellaneous, Non-sparking
                                        03OE-04-LTHE   Light, Personal, Intrinsically Safe
                                        03OE-04-LTHH   Light, Hand-Held or Helmet-Mounted Illumination
                                        03OE-04-MMTR   Multi-Meter, Electrical
Rope Safety                             03OE-05-HARN   Harnesses, Life Safety/Rappelling
                                        03OE-05-ROPE   Rope, Life Safety
                                        03OE-05-ROPH   Hardware, Rappelling or Rescue Operations, Life Safety
                                        03OE-05-ROPS   Software, Rope, Life Safety
Robots and Remotely Operated Vehicles   03OE-07-ROBT   Robots
                                        03OE-07-RPVS   Vehicles, Remotely Piloted
                                        03OE-07-UPGD   Upgrades, Robots or Remotely Piloted Vehicles
Pneumatic Equipment                     03SR-01-ABAG   Airbag, Lifting, Low or High Pressure
                                        03SR-01-COMP   Compressor, Industrial Air
                                        03SR-01-SHOR   Equipment/System, Shoring
                                        03SR-01-TLPN   Tools, Hand, Pneumatic
Tools                                   03SR-02-MARK   Tools, Structural Assessment, Marking and Monitoring
                                        03SR-02-SPRY   Sprayers, Handheld and Backpack
                                        03SR-02-TLHN   Tools, Hand
                                        03SR-02-TPEL   Tools, Power, Electric
                                        03SR-02-TPGS   Tools, Gasoline-Powered
                                        03SR-02-TPHY   Tools, Power, Hydraulic
                                        03SR-02-TRIG   Tools, Heavy Rigging
Search Equipment                        03SR-03-KMON   Kits, Confined Space Air Monitoring
                                        03SR-03-LSTN   System, Listening
                                        03SR-03-SCAM   Camera, Search
                                        03SR-03-TPBM   Tape, Boundary Marking
Canines                                 03SR-04-DOGS   Canines, Search & Rescue
Robotic Equipment                       03SR-05-RBTL   Attachments/Tools, Search & Rescue Robot or Remotely Piloted Vehicle
Water Operational Equipment             03WA-01-ALRT   Device, Alerting, Water Operations
                                        03WA-01-BAGB   Bag, Body, Underwater
                                        03WA-01-BAGL   Bag, Lift
                                        03WA-01-DCMP   Computer/Gauge, Dive
                                        03WA-01-DNIF   Knives, Punches, and Cutting Shears, Diving
                                        03WA-01-KFAD   Kit, Medical First Aid, Dive Specific
                                        03WA-01-LADD   Ladder, Diving
                                        03WA-01-LINE   Line, Work, Water Operations
                                           03WA-01-LOGD   Log, Dive
                                           03WA-01-MARK   Device, Marking, Marine
                                           03WA-01-PROP   System, Personal Propulsion
                                           03WA-01-UCUT   Cutting/Welding Equipment, Underwater
                                           03WA-01-ULHH   Lights, Underwater, Personal
                                           03WA-01-ULIT   Lights, Underwater, not Handheld
                                           03WA-01-UNAV   Equipment, Navigation, Underwater
                                           03WA-01-USLD   Sled, Towing, Underwater
                                           03WA-01-UWMD   Detector, Metal, Underwater
                                           03WA-01-UWRT   Slates/Writing Materials, Underwater
                                           03WA-01-WACC   Housings and Accessories, Underwater/Waterproof
Water Search & Rescue Equipment            03WA-02-BAGT   Bag, Throw
                                           03WA-02-BORD   Boards/Sleds, Search and Rescue
                                           03WA-02-SONR   Sonar, Imaging
Computer Aided Dispatch                    04AP-01-CADS   System, Dispatch, Computer Aided
Position Locating Systems                  04AP-02-AVLS   Systems, Automatic Vehicle Locating (AVL)
                                           04AP-02-DGPS   Device, Global Positioning System (GPS)
                                           04AP-02-OAPT   System, Operations Area Personnel Tracking and Accountability
                                           04AP-02-PLTI   Systems, Precision Locating Tracking (PLT)
Geographical Information Systems (GIS)     04AP-03-GISD   Data, Geospatial
                                           04AP-03-GISS   System, Geospatial Information (GIS)
Risk Management Software                   04AP-04-RISK   Software, Risk Management
Incident Management                        04AP-05-CDSS   Software, ICS
                                           04AP-05-CRED   System, Credentialing
                                           04AP-05-SVIS   Software, Operational Space Visualization
Analytical Tools                           04AP-06-CBRN   Software, CBRNE/Commercial Chemical/Hazard
                                           04AP-06-PMOD   Software, Plume Modeling
                                           04AP-06-TRAF   Software, Traffic Modeling
Inventory                                  04AP-07-INVN   Software, Equipment Tracking and Inventory
Simulation                                 04AP-08-SIMS   Simulators
Notification and Warning Systems           04AP-09-ALRT   Systems, Public Notification and Warning
Computers                                  04HW-01-HHCD   Computing Device, Handheld
                                           04HW-01-INHW   Hardware, Computer, Integrated
                                           04HW-01-MOBL   Computer, Mobile Data
Peripherals                                04HW-02-BARC   Equipment, Bar Code Reading and Printing
                                           04HW-02-RFID   Devices, Radio Frequency Identification
Cameras and Surveillance Equipment         04MD-01-CMRA   Camera, Still
                                           04MD-01-IRED   Camera, Infrared (IR)
                                           04MD-01-IRIL   Equipment, Illumination, IR
                                           04MD-01-LAMP   Equipment, Light Amplification
                                           04MD-01-UCAM   Camera, Underwater (Still/Video)
                                           04MD-01-VCAM   Camera, Video
Projectors                                 04MD-02-PROJ   Projector, Video
Displays                                   04MD-03-DISP   Display, Video
Remote Sensors                             04SN-01-PTMS   Station, Portable Meteorological
                                           04SN-01-XMIT   Transmission Device, Wireless, Remote Sensor
Network Operating and Monitoring Systems   04SW-04-NETW   Software, Network
Monitoring Software                        04SW-05-SCAD   System, SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition)
                                           05AU-00-BIOM   Device, Biometric User Authentication
                                           05AU-00-TOKN   System, Remote Authentication
                                           05EN-00-ECRP   Software, Encryption
                                           05EN-00-ETRN   Encryption, Data Transmission
                                                 05HS-00-FRNS     Software, Forensic
                                                 05HS-00-MALW     Software, Malware Protection
                                                 05HS-00-PFWL     System, Personal Firewall
                                                 05NP-00-FWAL     Firewall, Network
                                                 05NP-00-IDS      System, Intrusion Detection
                                                 05NP-00-SCAN     Tools, Network Vulnerability Scanning
                                                 05NP-00-SEIM     System, Security Event/Incident Management
                                                 05PM-00-PTCH     System, Patch/Configuration Management
Cell - Digital                                   06CC-01-CELL     Phone, Cellular
Data & Messaging                                 06CC-02-2WAY     Device, Messaging, 2-Way Text
                                                 06CC-02-DSAD     Device, Data Service Access
                                                 06CC-02-PAGE     Paging
Satellite Phone                                  06CC-03-SATB     Phone, Satellite Base
                                                 06CC-03-SATM     Phone, Satellite Mobile
                                                 06CC-03-SATP     Phone, Satellite Portable
Satellite Data Services                          06CC-04-EQSD     Equipment, Satellite Data
                                                 06CC-04-INST     INMARSAT - B
                                                 06CC-04-SADS     Services, Satellite Data
                                                 06CC-04-SSBR     Services, Satellite, Brokered
                                                 06CC-04-SSFT     Space Segment, Full-Time, Leased
                                                 06CC-04-SSHB     Space Segment, Hourly, Brokered
Priority Services                                06CC-05-PRTY     Priority Services, Communications
Land-Mobile Radios & Bases                       06CP-01-BASE     Radio, Base
                                                 06CP-01-HFRQ     Radio, High Frequency (HF) Single Sideband
                                                 06CP-01-MOBL     Radio, Mobile
                                                 06CP-01-PORT     Radio, Portable
                                                 06CP-01-REPT     Repeaters
                                                 06CP-01-VOTR     Receivers, Voter
Bridging/Patching/Gateway Equipment              06CP-02-BRDG     Equipment, Bridging/Patching/Gateway
Other Land-Mobile Radio Equipment                06CP-03-BAMP     Amplifiers, Bi-directional
                                                 06CP-03-ICOM     Intercom
                                                 06CP-03-MWAV     Radio, Microwave Link
                                                 06CP-03-NRSC     Cable, Non Radiation-Shielded Transmission
                                                 06CP-03-PRAC     Accessories, Portable Radio
                                                 06CP-03-TOWR     Systems, Antenna and Tower
                                                 06CP-03-UCOM     Equipment, Communications, Underwater
Wide Area Networks                               06CP-04-WADN     Network, Wide Area Digital
Wire-Line Communication                          06CP-05-BRAC     Bridge, Audio Teleconferencing
                                                 06CP-05-LPBX     Exchange, Private Branch, Portable
                                                 06CP-05-VCNB     Bridge, Video Teleconferencing
                                                 06CP-05-VCON     Teleconferencing, Video
Communications Security (COMSEC) Support Equipment 06CP-06-SAFE   Safe, GSA-Rated
                                                 06CP-06-SHRD     Shredder / Disintegrator
Portable                                         07BD-01-KFAS     Kit, Field Assay
                                                 07BD-01-PTST     Kit, Protein Test
Transportable Lab Equipment                      07BD-02-DNRN     Analysis, DNA/RNA Detection
Portable                                         07BS-01-KBBA     Kit, Biological Sampling/evidence - Batch
                                                 07BS-01-KBPA     Sampler, Biological, Portable Air
Fixed-site Sampling and/or Detection Systems     07BS-03-KBAP     Kit, Biological Sampling/evidence - Automated Perimeter Sampling Systems
Portable                                         07CD-01-CLAS     Strips, Classifier (pH, Waste Water, Chemical)
                                                 07CD-01-DPFI     Detector, Flame Ionization (FID), Point, VOC
                                                 07CD-01-DPFP     Detector, Flame Photometry, Point, Chemical Agent
                                               07CD-01-DPFR   Detector, Fourier/Raman Infrared, Point, Chemical Agent
                                               07CD-01-DPIR   Detector, Raman Infrared, Point, Chemical Agent
                                               07CD-01-DPMG   Detector, Multi-sensor Meter, Point, Chemical
                                               07CD-01-DPPI   Detector, Photo-Ionization (PID), Point, Volatile Organic Chemical (VOC)
                                               07CD-01-DPSI   Detector, Spectrometry, Ion Mobility, Point, Chemical Agent
                                               07CD-01-DPSW   Detector, Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW), Point, Chemical Agent
                                               07CD-01-INPA   Paper, Indicating, (M-8)
                                               07CD-01-INTP   Tape, Indicating (M-9)
                                               07CD-01-KCTC   Kit, Colorimetric Tape/Tube/Chip
                                               07CD-01-KLSV   Kit, Chemical Classifying
                                               07CD-01-KPCB   Kit, PCB Test
                                               07CD-01-KTHG   Kit, Mercury Test / Mercury Vapor Test
                                               07CD-01-KWTR   Kit, Chemical Agent Water Test
                                               07CD-01-M256   Kit, M-256(A1)
                                               07CD-01-MONO   Detector, Single Chemical Sensor
                                               07CD-01-PNAA   Detector, Pulsed Neutron Activation, Non-Invasive
                                               07CD-01-POLY   Detector, Reactive Polymer
Lab Equipment                                  07CD-02-DPGC   Detector, Gas Chromatograph/Mass Spectrometer, Chemical Agent
Fixed Site Sampling and/or Detection Systems   07CD-03-IRED   Detector, Fixed Site, Chemical, Infrared
Standoff Detectors                             07CD-04-DCSO   Detector, Stand-Off, Chemical
Portable                                       07CS-01-KAVC   Kit, Air/Vapor Chemical Sampling
                                               07CS-01-KLCS   Kit, Liquid Chemical Sampling
                                               07CS-01-KSCS   Kit, Solid Chemical Sampling
                                               07CS-01-LEAK   Detectors, Leak
                                               07ED-01-DOGS   Canines, Explosive Detecting
                                               07ED-01-SNIF   Air-Sampler, Explosive Detecting, Handheld
Fixed-Site Sampling and/or detection systems   07ED-03-PORT   Portal, Explosive Detecting
                                               07ED-03-SWPE   Swipe Test, Explosive Detecting
Standoff Detectors                             07ED-04-XRAY   X-Ray, Explosive Detecting
Portable                                       07RD-01-DHPG   Detector, High-Purity Germanium
                                               07RD-01-DOSE   Dosimeter, Electronic
                                               07RD-01-DOSP   Dosimeter, Personal
                                               07RD-01-DOSS   Dosimeter, Self-Reading
                                               07RD-01-HHCM   Meter, Contamination, Handheld
                                               07RD-01-PDGA   Detector, Personal Radiation (Gamma and Neutron)
Transportable lab Equipment                    07RD-02-HHSP   Spectrometer, Handheld (NaI or CZT) with Nuclide Identification
Portable                                       07RS-01-AFCB   Equipment, Air Sampling
                                               07SE-01-IHTS   Sensor, Heat, Infrared
                                               07SE-01-THMS   Thermometer, Surface
Fixed Site Sampling                            07SE-03-ENVS   Equipment, Environmental (Weather) Surveillance
                                               07ZZ-00-NCBR   Equipment, Specialized Hazard Detection, non-CBRNE
Personal Decontamination Items                 08D1-01-KITD   Kits or Packets, Personal Decontamination
                                               08D1-01-RSDL   Lotion, Decontamination
Decontamination Corridor Support               08D2-01-HTRB   Heater, Portable Air Blower
                                               08D2-01-HTRW   Heaters, Water, Transportable
                                               08D2-01-LDCD   Device, Liquid Decontamination Containment
                                               08D2-01-LITE   Lighting, Decontamination Area
                                               08D2-01-LITR   Device, Victim Extrication
                                               08D2-01-PPTS   System, Personal Property Tracking
                                               08D2-01-TDCS   Items, Support, Decontamination Corridor
                                               08D2-01-WWCD   Drum, Waste Water Containment
Emergency Decontamination                      08D2-02-EDCS   Equipment, Gross Decontamination Application
                                       08D2-02-MCDS   Systems, Mass Casualty Decontamination
Technical Decontamination              08D2-03-SHWR   Shower, Portable Decontamination
                                       08D2-03-TDED   Equipment, Technical Decontamination - Dry
                                       08D2-03-TDEW   Equipment, Technical Decontamination - Wet
Site/Equipment Decontamination         08D2-04-SOLN   Solution, Decontamination, Site (Not For Personnel)
Blankets and Clothing                  08D3-01-BLKT   Blankets, Disposable
                                       08D3-01-CLOM   Clothing, Disposable Modesty
Bags                                   08D3-02-BCNT   Bags, Cadaver, Non-transparent
General                                09ME-01-BAGM   Bag/Kit/Pack, Medical
                                       09ME-01-COTS   Cots
                                       09ME-01-MCIK   Equipment/Kits, Multi-Casualty Incident (MCI)
                                       09ME-01-PEDT   Tool, Pediatric Patient Assessment and Management
                                       09ME-01-SHEL   Shelter, Medical
Airway Management                      09ME-02-AWMG   Equipment, Airway Management
                                       09ME-02-ETCO   Monitor, End Tidal CO2, Quantitative/Qualitative
                                       09ME-02-OXYE   Equipment, Oxygen
                                       09ME-02-SUCT   Equipment, Suction Units
                                       09ME-02-VENT   Ventilators
Diagnostic/Monitoring/Defibrillation   09ME-03-BPSL   Equipment, Blood Pressure
                                       09ME-03-DEAE   Defibrillator, Automated External
                                       09ME-03-DEMP   Defibrillator/Cardiac Monitors/Pacing
                                       09ME-03-GLUM   Meters, Glucose
                                       09ME-03-MCCD   Device, Mechanical Chest Compression
                                       09ME-03-OTOP   Otoscope/Ophthalmoscope
                                       09ME-03-POXI   Oximeter, Pulse
                                       09ME-03-STET   Stethoscope
                                       09ME-03-THER   Thermometer
Immobilization                         09ME-04-SPIN   Equipment, Spinal Immobilization
                                       09ME-04-SPLT   Splints, Durable
Patient Movement/Transfer              09ME-05-GURN   Gurneys
                                       09ME-05-LITR   Litters/Stretchers
Intravenous Equipment                  09ME-06-PUMP   Pump, Intravenous
Public Health                          09ME-07-ISOL   Equipment, Patient Isolation
                                       09ME-07-PCNT   Equipment, Pharmaceutical Counting
                                       09ME-07-PLBL   Equipment, Pharmaceutical Labeling
                                       09ME-07-TRAN   Equipment, Translation
General                                09MS-01-ALPP   Pads, Alcohol Prep
                                       09MS-01-BAGB   Bag, Body, Heavy-Duty
                                       09MS-01-KDEB   Kit, Debridement, and Supplies
                                       09MS-01-LNEN   Linens
                                       09MS-01-MEDS   Supplies, Medication Administration
                                       09MS-01-NEAG   Needles, Assorted
                                       09MS-01-POVO   Solutions and Applicators, Povidine Iodine
                                       09MS-01-SCRN   Screen, Privacy
                                       09MS-01-SHER   Shears/Scissors, Medical
                                       09MS-01-SHEY   Shield, Eye Irrigation Lens
                                       09MS-01-SUTR   Suture, Various Sizes
                                       09MS-01-SUTS   Supplies and Materials, Suture
                                       09MS-01-TNDP   Depressor, Tongue
                                       09MS-01-TTAG   Tags and Supplies, Triage
Airway Management/Ventilation          09MS-02-AWMG   Supplies, Airway Management
                                       09MS-02-BITE   Block, Bite
                            09MS-02-NATU   Tubes, Nasogastric
                            09MS-02-NEBU   Nebulizer
                            09MS-02-OXYA   Supplies, Oxygen Administration
                            09MS-02-SUCT   Supplies and Adjuncts, Suction
                            09MS-02-THOR   Kit, Thoracostomy and Supplies
                            09MS-02-VENT   Ventilator, Disposable
Infection Control           09MS-03-BAGH   Bag, Biohazard
                            09MS-03-BIOD   Supplies, Biohazard Disposal
                            09MS-03-DSIN   Supplies, Disinfectant and Antiseptic
                            09MS-03-GLVN   Gloves, Biomedical, Non-Sterile
                            09MS-03-GLVS   Gloves, Biomedical, Sterile
                            09MS-03-HYGP   Supplies, Personal Hygiene
                            09MS-03-ISOS   Supplies, Body Substance Isolation
Bandages/Dressings/Tapes    09MS-04-BAND   Bandages and Dressings
                            09MS-04-HSBN   Bandages and Products, Hemostatic
                            09MS-04-TAPE   Tape, Adhesive
Intravenous Therapy         09MS-05-IVBG   Bag, Intravenous Pressure Infusion
                            09MS-05-IVSA   Supplies, Intravenous Administration
                            09MS-05-NEIO   Needles, Intraosseous Infusion
                            09MS-05-SYRC   Cartridge Injector, Syringe
                            09MS-05-SYRG   Syringe
Monitoring/Defibrillation   09MS-06-PROB   Electrodes/Probes, Monitoring
Patient Movement/Transfer   09MS-07-REST   Supplies/Systems, Patient Restraint
Immobilization              09MS-08-SPIN   Supplies, Spinal Immobilization
                            09MS-08-SPLT   Splints, Disposable
Obstetrics                  09MS-09-KTOB   Kit, Obstetrical
General                     09PH-01-ADEN   Adenosine
                            09PH-01-ALBU   Albuterol
                            09PH-01-AMIO   Amiodarone
                            09PH-01-ANTA   Antacids
                            09PH-01-ATVT   Ipratropium
                            09PH-01-BCLM   Beclomethasone
                            09PH-01-CACL   Calcium Chloride
                            09PH-01-DEXT   Dextrose
                            09PH-01-DIPH   Diphenhydramine
                            09PH-01-DOPA   Dopamine
                            09PH-01-ELEC   Fluid, Electrolyte Replacement, Oral
                            09PH-01-EPIA   Epinephrine, Auto-Injector
                            09PH-01-EPIP   Epinephrine
                            09PH-01-FURO   Furosemide
                            09PH-01-GLUC   Glucagon
                            09PH-01-LIDO   Lidocaine, all concentrations
                            09PH-01-MASU   Magnesium Sulfate
                            09PH-01-METP   Methylprednisolone
                            09PH-01-NTRO   Nitroglycerin
                            09PH-01-OXYG   Oxygen
                            09PH-01-POLY   Polysporin Ointment
                            09PH-01-RING   Ringers Solution, Lactated
                            09PH-01-SALI   Saline Solution
                            09PH-01-SISU   Silver Sulfadiazine Cream
                            09PH-01-SOBI   Sodium Bicarbonate
                            09PH-01-TCOP   Tetracaine Ophthalmic
                                 09PH-01-THEO   Theophylline
                                 09PH-01-THIA   Thiamine
                                 09PH-01-WATR   Water, Sterile
Analgesics/Sedatives             09PH-02-ACET   Acetaminophen
                                 09PH-02-ASA    Acetylsalicylic Acid
                                 09PH-02-IBUP   Ibuprofen
                                 09PH-02-KETO   Ketorolac
                                 09PH-02-MZLM   Midazolam
Antibiotics/Antiviral            09PH-03-ADAM   Adamantines
                                 09PH-03-AMOX   Amoxicillin
                                 09PH-03-CEPH   Cephalexin
                                 09PH-03-CHLO   Chloramphenicol
                                 09PH-03-CPRO   Ciprofloxacin
                                 09PH-03-DOXY   Doxycycline
                                 09PH-03-ERYT   Erythromycin
                                 09PH-03-GENT   Gentamicin
                                 09PH-03-MZOL   Methronydazole
                                 09PH-03-NEUR   Neuraminidase Inhibitors
                                 09PH-03-RIBA   Ribavirin
                                 09PH-03-STMY   Streptomycin
                                 09PH-03-TRIM   Trimethoprim/Sulfamethoxazole
Narcotics/Narcotic Antagonists   09PH-04-BUTO   Butorphanol Injection
                                 09PH-04-MOSU   Morphine Sulfate
                                 09PH-04-NALX   Naloxone
Antidote                         09PH-05-AMNI   Amyl Nitrite
                                 09PH-05-ATSF   Atropine Sulfate
                                 09PH-05-CALG   Calcium Gluconate
                                 09PH-05-CANA   CANA Auto-Injector
                                 09PH-05-CHAR   Charcoal, Activated
                                 09PH-05-COBL   Hydroxocobalamin
                                 09PH-05-CYKT   Kit, Cyanide Antidote
                                 09PH-05-DTPC   Ca-DTPA, Pentetate Calcium Trisodium Injection
                                 09PH-05-DTPZ   Zn-DTPA, Pentetate Zinc Trisodium Injection
                                 09PH-05-METB   Methylene Blue
                                 09PH-05-NAAK   Nerve Agent Antidote Kit (NAAK)
                                 09PH-05-POTI   Potassium Iodide
                                 09PH-05-PRAL   Pralidoxime Chloride
                                 09PH-05-PRUS   Prussian Blue
                                 09PH-05-SOTH   Sodium Thiosulfate
Gastrointestinal (GI)            09PH-06-BISM   Bismuth Products
                                 09PH-06-GRAN   Gransetron
                                 09PH-06-LOPE   Loperamide
                                 09PH-06-PHNG   Phenergan
Anticonvulsant                   09PH-07-DIAZ   Diazepam
                                 09PH-07-FOSP   Fosphenytoin
                                 09PH-07-LORA   Lorazepam
                                 09PH-07-PHNT   Phenytoin
Equipment                        09TR-01-CAIT   Simulator, CANA Auto Injector, Training
                                 09TR-01-CSIM   Equipment, Training/Casualty Simulation
                                 09TR-01-MKIT   Supplies, Moulage
                                 09TR-01-NAIT   Simulator, NAAK Auto Injector, Training
                                 10BC-00-BATT   Batteries, All Types, Sizes
10BC-00-FCEL   Cells, Fuel
10BC-00-SOLR   Chargers
10GE-00-GENR   Generators
10PE-00-BCON   Conditioners, Battery
10PE-00-INVT   Inverters
10PE-00-PCDS   System, Power Conditioning
10PE-00-PTSW   Switch, Power Transfer
10PE-00-RECT   Rectifiers
10PE-00-REEL   Reels, Electric Cord
10PE-00-UPS    Supply, Uninterruptible Power (UPS)
11FR-00-CHRS   CHRIS Manual
11FR-00-EAGR   Emergency Action Guides
11FR-00-ECHE   Emergency Care for Hazardous Materials Exposure
11FR-00-EETG   Effects of Exposure to Toxic Gases; First Aid and Medical Treatment
11FR-00-EHMR   Emergency Handling of Hazardous Materials in Surface Transportation
11FR-00-EPAP   EPA Recognition and Management of Pesticide Poisoning
11FR-00-ERG4   Emergency Response Guidebook 2004
11FR-00-FCHM   Farm Chemicals Handbook
11FR-00-GCST   Gardner's Chemical Synonyms and Trade Names
11FR-00-GENI   Genium's Handbook of Safety, Health, and Environmental Data
11FR-00-HAZD   Hazardous Chemicals Desk Reference
11FR-00-HCCD   Hawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary
11FR-00-HMFG   Hazardous Materials Field Guide
11FR-00-HMMI   Hazardous Materials: Managing the Incident - Field Operations Guide (FOG)
11FR-00-HTCC   Handbook of Toxic and Hazardous Chemicals and Carcinogens
11FR-00-HZMI   Hazardous Material Injuries
11FR-00-JCBH   Jane's Chemical/Biological Handbook
11FR-00-MCWC   Management of Chemical Warfare Casualties
11FR-00-MERK   Merck Index
11FR-00-MGDB   Matheson Gas Data Book
11FR-00-MMBC   Medical Management of Biological Casualties Handbook
11FR-00-MMCC   Medical Management of Chemical Casualties Handbook
11FR-00-MMRC   Medical Management of Radiological Casualties Handbook
11FR-00-PGCH   NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards
11FR-00-PHRG   Public Health Emergency Response Guide for State, Local, and Tribal Public
11FR-00-QGPC   Quick Selection Guide to Chemical Protective Clothing
11FR-00-SAXS   Sax's Dangerous Properties of Industrial Materials
11FR-00-SYMS   Symbol Seeker, Hazard Identification Manual, International Edition
11FR-00-TLVS   TLVs and BEIs Guidebook
11RD-00-CWCH   Chemwatch Chemical Database and Management System
11RD-00-GPPS   Gloves Plus
11RD-00-HMG3   HazMasterG3®
11RD-00-PEAC   PEAC-WMD 2007
11RD-00-PGCH   NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards (Electronic)
11RD-00-TPLS   Tomes Plus / Chemical Knowledge Database
11RD-00-TXFQ   ToxFAQs™ Series, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (
11RE-00-AIRM   Air Monitoring Instrumentation: A Manual for Emergency Investigatory and Re
11RE-00-ATFO   Federal Explosives Law and Regulations, ATF Publication 5400.7
11RE-00-BSSP   National Strategic Plan for U.S. Bomb Squads
11RE-00-BTNG   National Guidelines for Bomb Technicians
11RE-00-CCDM   Control of Communicable Diseases Manual
11RE-00-COMM   Common Sense Approach to Hazardous Materials
                                           11RE-00-CTCP   Clinical Toxicology of Commercial Products
                                           11RE-00-ERHM   Emergency Medical Response to Hazardous Materials
                                           11RE-00-FGAC   First Responder's Guide to Agricultural Chemicals Accidents
                                           11RE-00-HAMD   HazMat Air Monitoring and Detection Devices
                                           11RE-00-HBMT   Handbook of Medical Toxicology
                                           11RE-00-HMCD   Hazardous Materials Chemistry
                                           11RE-00-HMMI   Hazardous Materials: Managing the Incident
                                           11RE-00-HMRH   NFPA Hazardous Materials Response Handbook
                                           11RE-00-JFSH   Jane's Facility Security Handbook
                                           11RE-00-JICM   Joint Information Center (JIC) Manual
                                           11RE-00-MASS   Mass Casualty and High Impact Incidents - An Operations Guide
                                           11RE-00-MRSP   Medical Response to Weapons of Mass Destruction
                                           11RE-00-NIMS   National Incident Management System; Principles and Practice
                                           11RE-00-PODO   Clinical Management of Poisoning and Drug Overdose
                                           11RE-00-SPOP   Special Operations for Terrorism and HazMat Crimes
                                           11RE-00-STRT   Street Smart HazMat Response
                                           11RE-00-TCBH   CB FRH (Chem Bio) First Responder Handbook
                                           11RE-00-TCBQ   Chem Bio Frequently Asked Questions (CB FAQ)
                                           11RE-00-TERF   Terrorism Response: Field Guide for Fire and EMS Organizations
                                           11RE-00-TERL   Terrorism Response: Field Guide for Law Enforcement
                                           11RE-00-THOR   Terrorism Handbook for Operational Responders
                                           11RE-00-TRMQ   Transport of Radiological Materials: Q&A About Incident Response
                                           11RE-00-UNDR   Understanding Terrorism and Managing the Consequences
                                           11ZZ-00-REFR   Reference Materials, non-CBRNE
                                           12TR-00-H2OT   Trailer, Water/Source
                                           12TR-00-MOVR   Mover, Prime, for Equipment/Water Trailers
                                           12TR-00-TEQP   Trailer, Equipment
                                           12VE-00-ABUS   Vehicle, Mass Casualty Transport
                                           12VE-00-CMDV   Vehicle, Command, Mobile
                                           12VE-00-MISS   Vehicle, Specialized Mission, CBRNE
                                           12VE-00-SPEC   Vehicle, Specialized Emergency Management
                                           13IT-00-ALRT   System, Alert/Notification
                                           13IT-00-DACQ   Data Acquisition
                                           13IT-00-DFSN   Data Fusion/Synthesis
                                           13IT-00-FACE   Software, Facial Recognition
                                           13IT-00-FEES   Fees, Usage, for databases containing terrorist threat information
                                           13IT-00-INTL   Systems, Intelligence Sharing
                                           13IT-00-SGNT   Software, Investigative, Signals Intelligence
                                           13LE-00-SURV   Equipment, Law Enforcement Surveillance
on of Critical Infrastructure Operations   14CI-00-COOP   System, Information Technology Contingency Operations
                                           14EX-00-BCAN   Receptacles, Trash, Bomb-Resistant
                                           14EX-00-BSIR   Systems, Building, Blast/Shock/Impact Resistant
                 General                   14SW-01-ALRM   Systems/Sensors, Alarm
                                           14SW-01-DOOR   Doors and Gates, Impact Resistant
                                           14SW-01-EXTM   System, Fire Extinguisher Monitoring
                                           14SW-01-LITE   Lighting, Area, Fixed
                                           14SW-01-PACS   System, Physical Access Control
                                           14SW-01-SIDP   Systems, Personnel Identification
                                           14SW-01-SIDV   Systems, Vehicle Identification
                                           14SW-01-SNSR   Sensors and Alarms, Self-Monitoring
                                           14SW-01-VIDA   Systems, Video Assessment, Security
                                           14SW-01-WALL   Barriers: Fences; Jersey Walls
Waterfront                14SW-02-HSCN   Equipment, Hull Scanning
                          14SW-02-RADR   Systems, Radar
                          14SW-02-SONR   Systems, Sonar
                          14SW-02-VBAR   Barriers, Vessel
                          15IN-00-PLSN   System, Pulsed Neutron Activation, Non-Invasive
                          15IN-00-RADR   Radar, Ground/Wall Penetrating
                          15IN-00-XRAY   System, Mobile Search & Inspection; X-Ray
                          15SC-00-PMON   Monitors, Portal
                          15SC-00-PPSS   Systems, Personnel/Package Screening
                          16AR-00-BORD   Boards, Knee
                          16AR-00-CHUT   Chutes, Cattle and Hog, Portable
                          16AR-00-HLTR   Halters
                          16AR-00-LART   Lariat
                          16AR-00-LEAD   Leads, Nose
                          16AR-00-LESH   Leashes
                          16AR-00-PADL   Paddles, Hog
                          16AR-00-PANL   Panels
                          16AR-00-PBNG   Probangs
                          16AR-00-PENS   Pens, Crates, Kennels, Portable
                          16AR-00-PROD   Prods, Electric
                          16AR-00-SNAR   Snare, Hog
                          16AR-00-SPEC   Speculum, Swine Mouth
                          16BI-00-MINC   Materials, Incineration
                          16BI-00-PINC   Incinerators, Portable
                          16CD-00-BLCH   Bleach
                          16CD-00-DISN   Disinfectants, Surface and Topical
                          16CD-00-KBR    Potassium Bromide
                          16CD-00-NAOH   Sodium Hydroxide and Vinegar
                          16CD-00-SODA   Soda Ash
                          16DE-00-DLIN   Draglines
                          16DE-00-LINR   Liners, Heavy Plastic
Documentation             16DP-01-GEUT   Guidelines, Euthanasia
Equipment/Supplies        16DP-02-LINR   Lining/Covering, Buried Waste
                          16DP-02-PSTL   Pistol, Bolt, Captive
                          16DP-02-SLTN   Solution, Euthanasia
Containers and Supplies   16DT-01-BSAM   Supplies, Veterinary, Blood Sampling
                          16DT-01-CTBH   Container, Packing, Biohazard
                          16DT-01-CTSH   Containers, Sharps
                          16DT-01-CTSP   Containers, Specimen
                          16DT-01-ICEP   Packs, Ice
                          16DT-01-IDNT   Supplies, Animal Identification
Instruments               16DT-02-BLDE   Scalpels/Blades, Disposable, Veterinary
                          16DT-02-CHSL   Chisel
                          16DT-02-FRCP   Forceps
                          16DT-02-PLIR   Pliers
                          16DT-02-SHER   Shears/Scissors, Surgical, Veterinary
                          16GN-00-FILE   Storage, File
                          16GN-00-GHND   Guidelines, Animal Handling
                          16GN-00-QFRM   Forms, Quarantine, Veterinary
                          16GN-00-REFM   Materials, Reference
                          16GN-00-SAID   System, Animal Identification
                          17WC-00-BOAT   Watercraft, CBRNE Prevention and Response
18AC-00-ACFT   Aircraft, CBRNE
18AC-00-ACMC   Equipment/Kits, Aircraft Mass Casualty Conversion
19GN-00-BGPK   Bags / Packs
19GN-00-COMP   Compressors and Systems, Breathing Air
19GN-00-FANE   Fan, Intrinsically Safe, Exhaust
19GN-00-FANV   Fan, Cooling/Heating/Ventilation
19GN-00-FUEL   Container, Fuel Storage
19GN-00-H2OD   System, Water Distribution
19GN-00-H2OP   System, Water Purification
19GN-00-HSSF   Housing, Subsistence and Sanitation
19GN-00-MEGA   System, Public Address, Handheld
19GN-00-OPCK   Overpack
19GN-00-RFGR   Refrigerator/Freezer
19GN-00-RFMN   Monitors/Recorders, Temperature and Humidity
19MH-00-BULK   Equipment, Bulk Material Handling
19MH-00-CART   Cart, Field
19MH-00-CHMS   Containers, Hazardous Material Shipping
19MH-00-CONT   Containers, Storage
19MH-00-CPAC   Carts, Portable Air Cylinder
19MH-00-CPGC   Carts, Portable Compressed Gas Cylinder
19SS-00-SHEL   Systems, Shelter, Rapid Deployment
19SS-00-SHEN   System, Environmental Control
19SS-00-SHEP   System, Collective Protective
20FP-00-AFIS   Equipment, Fingerprint Processing and Identification
20TE-00-NTRY   Equipment, Tactical Entry
20TR-00-MILS   Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (MILES)
21GN-00-CCEQ   Equipment, Citizen Corps
21GN-00-CNST   Consulting Services in Support of Equipment Acquisition
21GN-00-INST   Installation
21GN-00-LEAS   Leasing of Space for Equipment Storage
21GN-00-MAIH   Maintenance, HDER
21GN-00-MAIN   Maintenance
21GN-00-OCEQ   Equipment and Supplies, Information/Operations Center
21GN-00-SHIP   Shipping
21GN-00-STAX   Sales Tax
21GN-00-TRNG   Training
21GN-00-XMLP   Programming for XML Compliance
           Description                         GrantNotes                SHSP        UASI      LETP      MMRS       EMPG        CCP
                               DHS Apparatus certified as compliant for NFPA 1981 and certifiedTRUE
                                                                 TRUE      TRUE      TRUE       by NIOSH as compliant with Open-Circuit Self-Con
                                                                                                           and Nuclear (CBRN)
CBRN SCBA - Self-Contained Breathinghas adopted the NIOSH Standardwith Chemical, Biological, Radiological, FALSE FALSE the CBRN approval crite
                                DHS has adopted the NIOSH Standard for01AR-01-SCBA.
                                                                       item    TRUE       TRUE      TRUE        and Nuclear (CBRN) Open-Circuit Self-Con
Spare SCBA Cylinders and valve assemblies, and service/repair kits for TRUE Chemical, Biological, Radiological, FALSE FALSE
                                      DHS has adopted the NIOSH Standard into CBRN compliance. Kit TRUEbe certified
                                                                           TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       must       and Nuclear (CBRN) Open-Circuit Self-Con
                                                                                                                                compliant
Retrofit kit for existing Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus to bring the unit for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, FALSE as FALSE with NFPA 1981 and c
                                 DHS has adopted the NIOSH Standard for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, FALSE FALSE
                                                                     TRUE      TRUE     TRUE        TRUE     and Nuclear (CBRN) configurations.
CBRN Air-Purifying Respirator (APR) (certified by NIOSH as compliant with the CBRN approval criteria). Worn with multiple ensembleFull Facepiece Air Pur
                                DHS has adopted the NIOSH Standard for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, FALSE FALSE
CBRN canisters for Item 01AR-02-APR.NIOSH Standard for
                                The                               TRUE      TRUE     TRUE      TRUE        and Nuclear (CBRN) Full Facepiece Air Pur
                                Chemical, Biological, by NIOSH as compliant with CBRN approval criteria). FALSE FALSE ensemble configurations
CBRN Powered Air-Purifying Respirator (PAPR) (certified           TRUE      TRUE     TRUE      TRUE        Worn with multiple
Battery pack for item 01AR-03-PAPA.                                      TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
CBRN Canisters for Item 01AR-03-PAPR                                     TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                                  DHS has designed for escape from TRUE
                                                                   hazardousTRUE
                                                                             environments, including carbonand Nuclear (CBRN)by NIOSH as Escape
                                                                                       TRUE       TRUE        monoxide (certified Air-Purifying complian
CBRN air-purifying escape respirator (APER)adopted the NIOSH Standard for Chemical, Biological, Radiological,FALSE FALSE
                                  DHS has designed for escape from TRUE
                                                                   hazardousTRUE
                                                                             environments (certified by NIOSH as
                                                                                       TRUE       TRUE        and Nuclear (CBRN) the CBRN approval
                                                                                                                       FALSE
CBRN air-purifying escape respirator (APER)adopted the NIOSH Standard for Chemical, Biological, Radiological,FALSE compliant with Air-Purifying Escapec
                                DHS has adopted the for escape from for Chemical, oxygen-deficient environments FALSE
                                                                  TRUE     TRUE     TRUE       TRUE        and Nuclear (CBRN) Air-Purifying Escape
CBRN Self-contained escape respirator (SCER) designed NIOSH Standardhazardous andBiological, Radiological,FALSE (certified by NIOSH as compliant w
                                                                      TRUE      TRUE       TRUE        TRUE     as a combination
Respiratory protection equipment that performs in multiple modes corresponding to various respirator types, suchFALSE FALSE of Self Contained Breathi
                                  Only respirators certified by NIOSH as compliantof filtering-facepiece be allowable.
                                                                       nine types with 42 CFR 84 willTRUE
Respirator certified by NIOSH under 42 CFR 84 and classified as one ofTRUE      TRUE          TRUE                TRUE       TRUE
                                                                                                         disposable particulate respirators (N95, N99, N100;
                                                                          TRUE       TRUE         mask   TRUE
A device used for performing fit testing of respirator facepieces to determine quality of face toTRUE seal.         FALSE     FALSE
                                                                           TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       FALSE FALSE
A system for testing the quality of compressed breathing air used to fill cylinders for air-supplying respirators or self-contained underwater breathing apparatu
                                The 2007 edition of NFPA Ensemble, including TRUE attached gloves and footwear orFALSE with edition of NFPA 19
                                                                    TRUE       suit with TRUE    TRUE     FALSE       booties
NFPA 1994 Class 2 Chemical/Biological Terrorism Protective 1994 became effective on 17 August 2006. Ensembles certified to the 2001outer boots (certified
                                                                          TRUE    TRUE
Training suit based on similar design, but different materials than Item 01CB-02-ENSM.         TRUE       TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                                The 2007 edition of NFPA Ensemble, including TRUE garment 2006. Ensembles certified to the 2001 edition or booties w
                                                                    TRUE       suit or  TRUE       attached FALSE   gloves
NFPA 1994 Class 3 Chemical/Biological Terrorism Protective 1994 became effective on 17 August with TRUE or separateFALSE and footwear of NFPA 19
                                                                          TRUE    TRUE
Training suit based on similar design, but different materials than Item 01CB-03-ENSM.         TRUE       TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                               Class 4 requirements were newly established inTRUE
                                                                   TRUE         the 2007 TRUE of booties with which became effective on 17 August NF
                                                                                         edition   TRUE     FALSE FALSE
NFPA 1994 Class 4 CBRN Particulate Protective Ensemble, including suit with gloves and footwear or NFPA 1994, outer boots (certified as compliant with200
                                NFPA 1999 elements purchased under with NFPA 1999). are intended for use only by persons providing emergency med
                                                                      TRUE       TRUE
Emergency medical eye and face protection devices (certified as compliantthis grant programTRUE TRUE   FALSE FALSE
                                 NFPA 1999 (certified purchased under NFPA 1999).
                                                                    TRUE        TRUE       are intended for use only by persons providing emergency med
Emergency medical protective footwear covers elements as compliant with this grant programTRUE       TRUE     FALSE FALSE
                                 NFPA 1999 elements purchased under this grant programTRUE
                                                                      TRUE
Emergency medical protective footwear (certified as compliant with NFPA 1999). TRUE              TRUE     FALSE FALSE
                                                                                       are intended for use only by persons providing emergency med
                                NFPA 1999 elements purchased under this grant programTRUE
                                                                     TRUE
Emergency medical protective garment (certified as compliant with NFPA 1999). TRUE              TRUE     FALSE FALSE
                                                                                      are intended for use only by persons providing emergency med
                                NFPA 1999 elements purchased under this
                                                                     TRUE     TRUE       are intended for use only by persons providing emergency med
Emergency medical cleaning gloves (certified as compliant with NFPA 1999). grant programTRUE       TRUE     FALSE FALSE
                                NFPA 1999 elements purchased under this grant programTRUE
                                                                     TRUE
Emergency medical examination gloves (certified as compliant with NFPA 1999). TRUE              TRUE     FALSE FALSE
                                                                                      are intended for use only by persons providing emergency med
                                NFPA as compliant with NFPA 1999). TRUE       TRUE       are intended for use only by persons providing emergency med
Emergency medical work gloves (certified1999 elements purchased under this grant programTRUE       TRUE     FALSE FALSE
                                  This the is for use only by specialized teams such as This type ofFALSE FALSE FALSE
                                                                        TRUE      TRUE      TRUE         or Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Teams.
Personal body armor intended to protectitem torso and extremities against small arms fire.Tactical Entrypersonal protective equipment is recommended for pe
                                     the item is for use only arms fire and teams such as Tactical Entrytactical FALSE
                                                                          TRUE     TRUE       TRUE        or Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Teams.
Ballistic helmet intended to protect Thiswearer against smallby specialized fragmentation threats during FALSE operations. FALSE
                                      This item is for use only by specialized teams TRUE
                                                                             fragmentation threats while conducting tactical operations.
                                                                                                 TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Ballistic shield intended to protect personnel against small arms fire andTRUE such as Tactical Entry or Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Teams.
                                  Not and jumpsuits This item is during tactical specialized and aresuch as Urban Search and RescuecontributeTactical E
                                                                          TRUE       operations teams constructed of fabrics that will not (US&R), to injuries
Battle dress uniforms (BDUs), coverallsfor routine use. that are wornfor use only byTRUE      TRUE    FALSE FALSE FALSE
Boots for tactical operations.                                             TRUE       specialized teams such as Urban Search and Rescue (US&R), Tactical E
                                    Not for routine use. This item is for use only byTRUE       TRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                   protection for use. This item is for use only while conducting tactical law enforcement operations. (US&R), Tactical E
                                                                         TRUE      specialized teams such as Urban Search and Rescue
General protective pads to provide Not for routineelbows, knees, neck, and shinsbyTRUE       TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                     Not for with optional CBRN protection (certified TRUE
                                                                         TRUE         as compliant with grant 1971).
                                                                                               FALSE      TRUE     FALSE FALSE
Proximity fire fighting protective ensemble routine use. NFPA 1971 ensembles purchased under thisNFPA program are allowable only to supplement normal
                                      Not for routine as compliant with NFPA 1971). TRUE
                                                                          TRUE             FALSE      TRUE       are allowable only
Proximity fire fighting protective footwear (certifieduse. NFPA 1971 elements purchased under this grant programFALSE FALSE to supplement normal s
                                      Not for routine as compliant with NFPA 1971). TRUE
                                                                          TRUE             FALSE      TRUE       are allowable only
Proximity fire fighting protective garment (certified use. NFPA 1971 elements purchased under this grant programFALSE FALSE to supplement normal s
                                      Not for routine use. NFPA 1971 elements purchased
                                                                           TRUE            FALSE      TRUE       are allowable only
Proximity fire fighting protective gloves (certified as compliant with NFPA 1971). TRUE under this grant programFALSE FALSE to supplement normal s
                                      Not (certified as compliant 1971 elements purchased
                                                                           TRUE           FALSE     TRUE       are allowable only
Proximity fire fighting protective helmet for routine use. NFPA with NFPA 1971). TRUE under this grant programFALSE FALSE to supplement normal s
                                      Not (certified as compliant with elements purchased
                                                                           TRUE           FALSE    TRUE       are allowable only
Proximity fire fighting protective shroud for routine use. NFPA 1971NFPA 1971). TRUE under this grant programFALSE FALSE to supplement normal s
                                    Not                               TRUE     TRUE     FALSE      TRUE       are allowable only
Protective radiant heat cover for SCBA.for routine use. NFPA 1971 elements purchased under this grant programFALSE FALSE to supplement normal s
                                      Not for with optional CBRN protection (certifiedTRUE
                                                                          TRUE        as compliant this grant 1971).
                                                                                              FALSE       TRUE     FALSE FALSE
Structural fire fighting protective ensemble routine use. NFPA 1971 ensembles purchased underwith NFPAprogram are allowable only to supplement normal
                                       Not for routine as NFPA 1971 elements purchased
                                                                            TRUE              FALSE      TRUE       are allowable only
Structural fire fighting protective footwear (certifieduse.compliant with NFPA 1971). TRUE under this grant programFALSE FALSE to supplement normal s
                                      Not for routine as compliant with NFPA 1971). TRUE
                                                                          TRUE             FALSE      TRUE       are allowable only
Structural fire fighting protective garment (certifieduse. NFPA 1971 elements purchased under this grant programFALSE FALSE to supplement normal s
                                       Not (certified as compliant with elements purchased
                                                                            TRUE           FALSE    TRUE       are allowable only
Structural fire fighting protective gloves for routine use. NFPA 1971NFPA 1971). TRUE under this grant programFALSE FALSE to supplement normal s
                                      Not (certified use. NFPA with elements purchased
                                                                         TRUE             FALSE      TRUE       are allowable only
Structural fire fighting protective helmetfor routineas compliant 1971NFPA 1971). TRUE under this grant programFALSE FALSE to supplement normal s
                                      Not for routine compliant with NFPA TRUE
                                                                          1971).   TRUE     FALSE      TRUE       are allowable only
Structural fire fighting protective hood (certified as use. NFPA 1971 elements purchased under this grant programFALSE FALSE to supplement normal s
                                                                        TRUE     TRUE
Encapsulating liquid splash-protective ensemble (certified as compliant to NFPA 1992).         TRUE       TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                                                                       TRUE      TRUE
Non-encapsulating liquid splash-protective ensemble (certified as compliant to NFPA 1992). TRUE           TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
Liquid splash-protective footwear (certified as compliant to NFPA 1992).TRUE        TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
Liquid splash-protective gloves (certified as compliant to NFPA 1992). TRUE         TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
Liquid splash-protective garment (certified as compliant to NFPA 1992). TRUE        TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                                                                      TRUE       TRUE     TRUE
CBRN technical rescue incident protective ensemble (certified as compliant with NFPA 1951).              TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                     TRUE      TRUE
Rescue and recovery protective ensemble goggles (certified as compliant with NFPA 1951). TRUE            TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                      TRUE      TRUE
Rescue and recovery protective ensemble footwear (certified as compliant with NFPA 1951). TRUE           TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                     TRUE      TRUE
Rescue and recovery protective ensemble garment (certified as compliant with NFPA 1951). TRUE            TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                       with NFPA 1951).
Rescue and recovery protective ensemble gloves (certified as compliantTRUE     TRUE            TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                       with NFPA 1951). TRUE
Rescue and recovery protective ensemble helmet (certified as compliantTRUE     TRUE                      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                        TRUE
Utility protective ensemble goggles (certified as compliant with NFPA 1951).        TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                        TRUE
Utility protective ensemble footwear (certified as compliant with NFPA 1951).       TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                        TRUE
Utility protective ensemble garment (certified as compliant with NFPA 1951).        TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                        TRUE
Utility protective ensemble gloves (certified as compliant with NFPA 1951).         TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                        TRUE
Utility protective ensemble helmet (certified as compliant with NFPA 1951).         TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                          TRUE       TRUE       TRUE        TRUE     FALSE FALSE
Vapor-protective ensemble with optional flash fire protection, including totally encapsulating suit with attached or separate gloves and footwear or booties with
                                                                            TRUE      TRUE      1991     flash    FALSE FALSE
Vapor-protective footwear with optional flash fire protection (certified as compliant with NFPA TRUEwith TRUEfire protection option).
                                                                           TRUE      TRUE      1991     flash fire FALSE FALSE
Vapor-protective garment with optional flash fire protection (certified as compliant with NFPA TRUEwith TRUE protection option).
                                                                            TRUE      TRUE     TRUE       TRUE       FALSE FALSE
Vapor-protective gloves with optional flash fire protection (certified as compliant with NFPA 1991 with flash fire protection option).
Inflation testing equipment specific to Item 01VF-01-ENSM.               TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                          TRUE     TRUE
Training suit based on similar design, but different materials than Item 01VF-01-ENSM.         TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                         TRUE      TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      FALSE FALSE
Vapor-protective ensemble, including totally encapsulating suit with attached or separate gloves and footwear or booties with outer boots (certified as complia
Vapor-protective footwear (certified as compliant with NFPA 1991).       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
Vapor-protective garment (certified as compliant with NFPA 1991).        TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
Vapor-protective gloves (certified as compliant with NFPA 1991).         TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
Inflation testing equipment specific to Item 01VT-01-ENSM.               TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                          TRUE     TRUE
Training suit based on similar design, but different materials than Item 01VT-01-ENSM.         TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                   For use only by specialty teams suchTRUE
                                                                        as breathing air supply, containing Search and Rescue Teams.
                                                                                 TRUE       TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Self-contained regulator and small cylinder to provide redundant emergencyDive Teams or Swiftwater/Flood 30-56 breaths for dive and swiftwater operations
                                For use only regulator.              as Dive TRUE  TRUE       TRUE     FALSE FALSE
SCUBA, including tanks and primary/secondary by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                For use only by specialty and integratedDive TRUE
                                                                      as facepiece/regulator.
                                                                                         TRUE FALSE FALSE FALSE
SCUBA for use in contaminated water diving, including tanksteams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                  For use only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
Diving helmet used with surface supplied air systems.                  as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                   For use only by specialty an umbilical hose. TRUE
                                                                         as Dive       TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Diving system which utilizes supplied air from the surface viateams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                    For use only by surface teams suchoperation. TRUE
                                                                           as Dive       TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Boots for use as part of diving ensemble, usually inspecialtysupplied air TRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                                                         as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Gloves for use in diving operations.For use only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                    For use                               as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Diving hood for wetsuit/dry suit operations. only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                 For use                            as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Neck dam for use with diving ensemble. only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
Dry suit for diving operations.                                         as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                   For use only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
Wet suit for diving operations.                                         as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                   For use only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                   in diving operations, including contaminated Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                                                         as Dive TRUE
Undergarment for use with dry suit For use only by specialty teams suchTRUE water diving. TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                    For rescue by specialty teams to be worn Teams or fins.
                                                                       as Dive TRUE     TRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
Protective booties worn with swift wateruse onlyensemble, designedsuchTRUE under swim Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                   For use only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
Fins worn with swift water rescue ensemble.                             as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                  For use water specialty teams suchTRUE
                                                                       as Dive limit contact of the user's skin with water/contaminants.
                                                                                 TRUE      TRUE       FALSE FALSE FALSE
Protective garment worn with surface / swiftonly byrescue ensemble. Designed to Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                   For rescue ensemble.                  as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Protective gloves worn with swift water use only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                   For rescue ensemble.                  as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Protective helmet worn with swift water use only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                    swift water rescue operations. such must
                                                                        as Dive approved by the U.S. FALSEGuard, Type III or Teams.
                                                                                 TRUE     TRUE       Coast   FALSE FALSE
Personal flotation device (PFD) for For use only by specialty teamsPFDsTRUE be Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and RescueType V. Includes common a
                                For use only by specialty gloves, boots, and Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                                                     as Dive TRUE      TRUE
Completely waterproof ensemble with attached or attachableteams suchTRUE watertight hood.        FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                  For use water specialty teams suchTRUE
                                                                       as Dive hold water against the skin.
                                                                                 TRUE     TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Protective garment worn with surface / swiftonly byrescue ensemble. Designed to Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                  For use only swift water teams ensemble.as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Insulation garment worn under dry suit portion ofby specialty rescue suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                   For use only by use in contaminated water Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                                                        as Dive TRUE       TRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
Protective boots or booties worn with ensemble for specialty teams suchTRUE diving operations. Designed to be worn with swim fins.
                                   For in contaminated water diving operations. TRUE
                                                                        as Dive       TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Diving fins worn with ensemble for use use only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                 For use only contaminated water diving operations.
                                                                       as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Gloves or mittens worn with ensemble for use inby specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                    For use only diving operations.      as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Protective dry suit for use in contaminated waterby specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                  For use operations.                   as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Tether for use in contaminated water divingonly by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                 For with mesh specialty teams to transport Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue and
                                                                        as Dive TRUE    TRUE      FALSE FALSE          wet Teams.
Water operations gear bag constructeduse only by or solid materialssuchTRUE and store water operations equipment, bothFALSE dry.
                                 operations.                          as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Buoyancy compensators for diving For use only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                    in cold/deep water diving operations. as Dive TRUE TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
System for providing heat to divers For use only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                    speed only water operations suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                                                          as Dive TRUE      TRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
Footwear that increases agility and For useduringby specialty teamsby increasing mechanical advantages.
Harness for diving operations.                                            as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                     For use only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                    For use only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
Kits for field maintenance of water operations equipment.                as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                                                       as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Mask for use with diving ensemble.For use only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                   (PFD) to be by specialty teams suchTRUE operational TRUE
                                                                          as Dive TRUE      personnelFALSE FALSE FALSE
                                                                                                       or personnel operating in non-moving water. PFDs m
Wearable personal flotation device For use only utilized by shore or vessel-based Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                  For use only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                                                       as Dive TRUE        through FALSE FALSE FALSE
A breathing device used by divers and swimmers consisting of a long tube held in the mouth TRUE which the user breathes surface air.
                                   For buoyancy specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Includes weight Search and
                                                                           as Dive TRUE       TRUE      FALSE       and ankle FALSE
                                                                                                                              weights.
Weights for creating negative to neutraluse only byto allow for work in a water environment. Swiftwater/Flood belts FALSE Rescue Teams.
                                                                        TRUE    TRUE
PASS Device - personal alert safety system (certified as compliant with NFPA 1982).             TRUE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
                                                                       TRUE      TRUE       TRUE       this item - for certified medical footwear covers, see I
Disposable outer footwear covers for contamination hazard protection (no standard currently applies forTRUE      FALSE FALSE
                                                                         hands   TRUE      TRUE      needle FALSE FALSE
Abrasion/puncture-resistant gloves provide protection to the fingers and TRUE from sharp implements, TRUE sticks, and abrasive surfaces while providing t
                                                                        TRUE       TRUE     TRUE
Outer disposable gloves for contamination protection (certified as compliant with ANSI/ISEA 105).         TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
                                                                        TRUE        TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      FALSE       exposure to high heat, while still
Flame-resistant gloves that provide the wearer's fingers, hands, and wrists with protection from flash fires and short durationFALSE
Inner cotton gloves (no standard currently applies for this item).        TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
                                                                         TRUE      TRUE
Outer work gloves for physical hazard protection (certified as compliant with ANSI/ISEA 105).TRUE         TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
                                     Not for routine use.                   water   TRUE
Eye protection for field operations, including polarized sun protection for TRUE operations.    TRUE      FALSE      FALSE      TRUE
Hearing protection for operations in potentially high noise environments.TRUE        TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
                                                                     TRUE         doffing TRUE     currently FALSE forFALSE
Non-flame-resistant undergarment for comfort and for contamination control duringTRUE (no standardTRUE       applies   this item).
                                 For use only with with NFPA 2112 or the flame-resistant option of NFPA 1975).
                                                                       protective TRUE
Flame-resistant undergarment (certified as compliantallowable personal TRUE               TRUE      TRUE     FALSE FALSE
                                                                                  ensembles. Only garments certified as compliant with NFPA 2112 or the f
                                   For use only with allowable for this item).
                                                                          protective TRUE
Cooling garment, vest, or device (no standard currently appliespersonal TRUE                 TRUE
                                                                                     ensembles.           TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
                                    For Z89.1).                         protective TRUE
Hardhat (certified as compliant to ANSIuse only with allowable personal TRUE               TRUE        TRUE     FALSE     TRUE
                                                                                   ensembles or by Citizens Corps personnel as part of issued equipment. O
Personal hydration system.                                                TRUE       TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
                                                                        TRUE      TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE               TRUE
General protective pads to provide protection for elbows, knees, neck, and shins while conducting operations, including rescue operations.
                                                                     TRUE
Appproved chemical resistant tape.This item allowable using FY2005 funds only. TRUE             TRUE      FALSE      FALSE     FALSE
                                                                            TRUE     TRUE     TRUE      TRUE
High-visibility vest or outer garment (certified as compliant with either ANSI/ISEA 107 or ANSI/ISEA 207).           FALSE      TRUE
                                 Actual explosive allowable not for this
                                  (no standard currently applies       TRUE
Ensemble gear storage bag or box For use only withmaterial is equipment.item).       TRUE       TRUE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
                                 allowable, and must be                TRUE
Explosive entry equipment, upgrades. Used for explosive tactical entries.            TRUE       TRUE      FALSE      FALSE     FALSE
                                  Should be or long-term storage and transport ofTRUE squads.
                                                                      TRUE         bomb    materials, possible IEDs, or other suspected CBRNE devices to
                                                                                                    FALSE FALSE FALSE
Portable or transportable magazines for short purchased for and used by accreditedexplosiveTRUE For information on establishing new bomb squad program
Fiber optic kit (inspection or viewing).                                  TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      FALSE      FALSE     FALSE
                                  Should be purchased for and        TRUE       TRUE    FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE
Explosive/bomb mitigation areas, explosive training, upgrades. used by accredited bomb squads. For information on establishing new bomb squad program
                                                                        Device TRUE        TRUE      FALSE       and hand held metal detectors (HHMD), ev
Equipment for post-blast investigation, explosives/Improvised Explosive TRUE (IED) investigation tools, portable FALSE FALSE
                                  Should be purchased (TCV), and by accredited bomb squads. For information on establishing or destruction of program
                                                                       TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Containment vessels (including vented, total containmentfor and usedtransport), for containment, transportation, temporary storage,new bomb squad any exp
                                                                   TRUE       TRUE     TRUE    FALSE FALSE FALSE
Upgrades for containment vessels.Should be purchased for and used by accredited bomb squads. For information on establishing new bomb squad program
                                 Should be purchased for and used by accredited bomb squads. For information on establishing new bomb squad
                                                                     TRUE        TRUE     TRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
Portable or Transportable X-Ray Unit, related attachments and equipment, film, image screens, computers for image storing/transmission, upgrades. program
                                   Actual be mitigation and remediation mission.TRUE
                                   Shouldexplosive material is not     TRUE               TRUE    FALSE FALSE FALSE
Attachments and tools for use in the explosivepurchased for and used by accredited bomb squads. For information on establishing new bomb squad program
                                   allowable, and must be               as boot TRUE      TRUE    FALSE FALSE FALSE
Explosive tools for Improvised Explosive Device (IED) remediation, suchTRUE bangers, shape charges, explosive/CBRN mitigation tents, bomb blankets, b
                                     Should be purchased for and used by accredited bomb squads. For information on (IED), including bomb squad program
                                                                         TRUE       TRUE      TRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
Disabling tools, disrupters, disrupter operational attachments, and upgrades for disabling Improvised Explosive Devicesestablishing new Vehicle-Borne and R
                                 Should pulleys, clamps, and used by accredited bomb squads. For information on establishing new bomb squad program
                                                                        TRUE        hand,  TRUE       FALSE FALSE FALSE
Remote opening tools such as rigging kits, be purchased for poles, probes, mirrors,TRUE electric, pneumatic, remote opening, stethoscope, IED handling too
                                    Should useblast overpressure, heat and light flash, and squads. For information on establishing
                                    Not for be in riot suppression.       TRUE      TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      Improvised Explosive bomb (IED), explosi
Suit to provide protection from fragmentation, purchased for and used by accredited bomb flame generated by an FALSE FALSE newDevicesquad program
                                         to protect the head and torso from explosive fragmentation andFALSE Includes ballistic helmet, ballistic face shield,
IED/EOD protective ensemble intendedfor use in riot suppression.
                                    Not                                   TRUE      TRUE      TRUE      flame. FALSE FALSE
                                                                         TRUE        TRUE       TRUE    FALSE      IED. Suit to be worn in an IED search and
Suit to provide protection from fragmentation, blast overpressure, heat and light flash, and flame generated by an FALSE FALSE
                                                                    TRUE
Heavy-duty, non static-producing footwear for use with IED/EOD ensembles.            TRUE       TRUE      FALSE      FALSE     FALSE
                                  Not in conjunction with recon        TRUE        TRUE        TRUE       FALSE FALSE FALSE
IED/EOD protective outer clothing usedfor use in riot suppression.ensemble or in lieu of full protective ensemble for known minimum threat situation.
                                                                   TRUE       TRUE     TRUE        FALSE
Hand protection component to IED/EOD protective ensemble system; protective gloves and ballistic hand covers.FALSE             FALSE
                                    be for riot suppression.             TRUE
Molded ear plugs or other device toNot worn under the ballistic protective helmet. TRUE         TRUE      FALSE      FALSE     FALSE
                                                                 TRUE      TRUE        TRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
Helmet Protective System Component of IED/EOD Protective Ensembles. Includes ballistic helmet and face shield compatible with bomb suit or search suit
Bags or canisters for evidence storage and preservation.                  TRUE       TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
                                                                             TRUE
Linen line used for vertical personnel insertion (fast rope) in tactical environments. TRUE     TRUE      FALSE      FALSE     FALSE
Operational vests; duty gear and modular load bearing systems.            TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
Optical systems that permit remote observation during field operations. TRUE         TRUE       TRUE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
                                                                        TRUE
Fiber optic systems that permit remote observation during field operations.          TRUE       TRUE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
                                                                     TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      FALSE
A distance-measuring device capable of instantaneously measuring distance to target with accuracy of +/- one yard/meter. FALSE
                                                                      TRUE         structural stability, orTRUE operations. FALSE
Optics capable of use in long-range, sometimes long-term, observation of tactical, TRUE       TRUE          rescue FALSE
                                                                          TRUE      and Forward LookingTRUE (FLIR) for search operations involving trappe
Thermal imaging and/or light amplification optics, including night vision equipment TRUE     TRUE       Infrared FALSE FALSE
Capture and containment system for hazardous material spills.            TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
                                                                       TRUE
Marking system, Green Line/Red Line, battery activated or appropriate substitute. TRUE        FALSE      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
Chemical leak control kit.                                               TRUE       TRUE      FALSE      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                           occlusive TRUE
Trauma type first aid kit, including bulk dressings and bandages, splints,TRUE                 and associated supplies for treating trauma patients in a field en
                                                                                     dressingsFALSE     TRUE     FALSE FALSE
                                                                       TRUE       TRUE       FALSE     TRUE      FALSE FALSE
Lock Out/Tag Out system to secure, control, or block mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, or pneumatic systems or components to ensure protection of personn
                                                                         TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      insufficient ambient
Portable area illumination for work areas, rescue sites, and staging areas during night operations or in areas with FALSE FALSE light.
                                                                   TRUE
Battery powered megaphone / public address system with corded microphone.           TRUE       TRUE      TRUE       TRUE      FALSE
                                                                         TRUE       TRUE        TRUE      TRUE     FALSE        cones
Restricted access and caution warning signs, preprinted or field printable, various colors, sizes, and shapes. Includes traffic TRUE and other free-standing si
                                                                         TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE      FALSE FALSE
Timer or stopwatch used for monitoring rescuer time on cylinder, entry time/duration, or any other operation requiring accurate time documentation.
                                                                     TRUE     TRUE        for use finding FALSE FALSE
Equipment for detecting and/or measuring AC or DC current. Includes non-contact detectorsTRUE inFALSE "live wiring" in walls or collapsed structures.
                                    Allowable only for 20 lb capacity. FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE                          TRUE
Class ABC fire extinguisher, multi-purpose, handheld,Citizens Corps. Recharge/refill of existing extinguishers is allowable under this item.
                                                                        TRUE      TRUE      FALSE
Grounding cables, point-type clamps on both ends; 1/8" stainless steel (uninsulated) 50' minimum.        TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                      TRUE        TRUE      FALSE
Copper grounding rod, 3/4" x 6' (minimum length) with slide hammer or driver for demolition hammer.      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
Ground resistance tester.                                                TRUE       TRUE      FALSE      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
Heat stress monitor (ambient and personal).                              TRUE       TRUE      FALSE      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                       TRUE
Non-sparking tool kit, to include bung and spanner wrenches and tool box.           TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      FALSE       TRUE
                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      the user TRUE      FALSE      TRUE
Compact, hand-held lights or lights mounted on helmets or equipment, or otherwise worn by FALSE for use in tactical operations and in potentially flammab
                                                                       TRUE       TRUE       FALSE    TRUE     FALSE FALSE
Hand-held lights or lights mounted on helmets or otherwise worn by the user for use in non-flammable or non-explosive atmospheres.
Intrinsically safe electrical multi-meter, or VOM (Volt Ohm Meter).      TRUE       TRUE      FALSE      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                      TRUE      TRUE        FALSE    TRUE        NFPA    FALSE
Body harnesses used to support a person during rappelling or rope rescue operations (certified as compliant with FALSE1983).
                                                                         TRUE     TRUE      FALSE        TRUE      FALSE       TRUE
Rope of various diameters, lengths, and ratings used specifically for human rescue, egress, hoist, or transport (certified as compliant with NFPA 1983).
                                                                       TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     TRUE       FALSE FALSE
Rappelling/rescue hardware, including ascenders, descenders, friction devices, hand rope grabs, carabiners, plates, racks, etc. (if covered, certified as comp
                                                                       TRUE       TRUE        FALSE    TRUE       FALSE FALSE
Includes items such as: Prusik cords, softrope grabs, bags, webbing, rope protection (certified as compliant with NFPA 1983).
                                                                       TRUE     TRUE       TRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
Robotic platforms to support various mission areas such as explosive device remediation, hazardous materials operations, tactical law enforcement operation
                                                                       TRUE      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Remotely piloted vehicles to support various mission areas such as explosive device remediation, hazardous materials operations, tactical law enforcement o
                                                                       TRUE      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     range extenders,
Upgrades or accessories to basic robot or RPV platforms, including software upgrades, battery/engine upgrades, FALSE FALSE trailers, etc. Mission spec
                                     For use bags, regulators, such controllers, accessoriesFALSE Search and FALSE FALSE
                                                                        TRUE       Rescue Urban TRUE          lifting heavy objects to extricate trapped vic
Low or high pressure airbag lifting systems,by specialty teamshoses,as Search andTRUE orand attachments forRescue Teams.
                                                                    TRUE      TRUE     TRUE        systems TRUE   FALSE
Working air compressor, storage systems, accessories and attachments for powering pneumatic tools, TRUE and equipment. NOT to be utilized for comp
                                                                       TRUE       and attachments forTRUE
Expandable shoring and raker systems, regulators, controllers, hoses, accessoriesTRUE      FALSE                 FALSE FALSE
                                                                                                      stabilization of unstable loads or structures.
                                                                     TRUE      TRUE          chiseling TRUE FALSE FALSE
Pneumatic-powered hand tools, accessories and attachments for cutting, breaking, drilling orFALSE wood, steel, concrete and other materials. Includes to
                                                                     and monitoring damaged structures and their stability.
Tools, equipment, accessories and attachments for assessing, marking TRUE     TRUE     FALSE      TRUE      FALSE        TRUE
                                                                    TRUE      TRUE    FALSE
Handheld and backpack spray tanks/bladders and attachments, air pressure or manual pump operated.TRUE              FALSE      FALSE
                                                                       TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      TRUE        FALSE       stabilizing, moving, applying or r
Manually operated hand tools, cutting torches, exothermic torches, accessories and attachments for cutting, prying, shoring, TRUE
                                                                         TRUE      TRUE      FALSE
Electrically-powered portable saws, cutters, breakers, drills, pumps, accessories and attachments.       TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                       TRUE       TRUE       FALSE      TRUE      FALSE FALSE
Internal combustion engine, gasoline-powered portable cutting saws, drills, breakers, coring tools, accessories and attachments for rescue operations.
                                                                        TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      TRUE        Internal FALSE
Portable hydraulically-operated tools and power units, hoses, accessories and attachments for rescue operations.FALSE combustion, electric power unit, o
                                   For use plates, anchors, hoists and accessoriesRescue FALSE Search and Rescue Teams.
                                                                         TRUE      for lifting Urban TRUE   FALSE FALSE
Slings, shackles, wire ropes, chains, swivel by specialty teams such as Search andTRUE orand moving large objects with cranes or other heavy equipment
                                                                      TRUE      TRUE
Kits that monitor the atmosphere in confined spaces to detect hazardous environments.         FALSE      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                   For and accessories for locating as Search andTRUE or Urban Search and FALSE means.
                                                                        TRUE      Rescue TRUE       TRUE      by other FALSE
Seismic and acoustic listening devices use by specialty teams such trapped and entombed victims not detectableRescue Teams.
                                 For use by specialty teams voids and confined spaces or limited physical access.
                                                                      TRUE      Rescue TRUE       TRUE      FALSE FALSE
Void area video search camera and accessories for inspecting such as Search andTRUE withUrban Search and Rescue Teams.
                                                                 TRUE         TRUE       FALSE        TRUE
Boundary marking tape: YELLOW Caution/RED Danger/ Incident specific (i.e., radiological, biological, chemical). FALSE          TRUE
                                                                     TRUE     TRUE      TRUE      TRUE
Search & rescue canines, related CBRNE training, protective equipment/garments, and handling accessories.          FALSE      FALSE
                                   For use rescue specialty such as mountable TRUERescue or Urban Search FALSE FALSE
                                                                         as Search and  TRUE        TRUE      and Rescue Teams.
Attachments/tools for specialized search & only by capability teams suchTRUE cameras (including infrared), remote manipulators, listening devices, etc. In
                                   For use                             as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Plastic, non-corrosive, pealess whistles. only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                  For use only body parts teams such as Dive Teams or holes for drainage asFALSE isFALSE from
                                                                        these  TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      the bag removed
Body bags for recovery operations of bodies andby specialty underwater;TRUE bags requireSwiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams. the water/liquid.
                                 For use taking specialty teams suchbe durableTRUE or Swiftwater/Flood Search lifting device.
                                                                        as Dive and    TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Bag capable of holding equipment/items foronly by to the surface. Must TRUE Teamscapable of being hooked to aand Rescue Teams.
                                 For use the by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                                                        as Dive TRUE      TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Dive computers should have at a minimum onlyfollowing functions: air pressure, depth gauge, time remaining, ascent rate, decompression stops. The compu
                                  For use only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
Knives and other cutting and punching tools for underwater use.        as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
First aid kit for dive operations.                                        as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                     For use only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                  water onto vessel. Should be durable construction of non-corrosiveFALSE FALSE FALSE
                                                                       as Dive TRUE       TRUE       materials.
Method of ingress and egress from For use only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                                                          as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Line for use in all water operations.For use only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                    For use only                         as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Book for logging dives, dive times and locations.by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                  For use only by diver-down flags and as Dive Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                                                        Alpha   TRUE      TRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
Location marking devices for marine use, including specialty teams suchTRUE flags. Includes anchoring mechanism such as magnetic attachment device o
                                     For use only by specialty teams such as Dive TRUE TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Device to assist diver mobility in the water and conserve diver energy. TRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                for use only welding underwater. Includes Teams or Swiftwater/Flood and FALSE cutting/welding
                                                                      as Dive TRUE    TRUE       FALSE     thermal FALSE
Torches and other equipment usedFor cutting orby specialty teams suchTRUE both mechanical cutting toolsSearch and Rescue Teams. tools.
                                  For use only by specialty teams suchTRUE
                                                                        as Dive TRUE      TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Waterproof, handheld or attached lights designed for individual underwater use. Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                  For use only by specialty teams suchTRUEas Dive TRUE      TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Waterproof lights designed for underwater use to provide fixed-site illumination. Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                                                        as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Navigation board for use by divers.For use only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                   For use only equipment, teams such underwater. Can Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams. underwater conveya
                                                                          as Dive TRUE   towed    a diver moved      an attached
Sled or other device capable of carrying a body, by specialty or evidenceTRUE Teams orbeTRUE by FALSE or FALSE viaFALSE
                                   For for only by specialty         as Dive TRUE  TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Metal detector adapted for or designed useuse underwater. teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                   For capable by specialty teams completely Teams or TRUE
                                                                          as Dive TRUE             FALSE FALSE FALSE
A plastic slate with an attached marker use only of being used while suchTRUE submerged.Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                   For use only by specialty teams etc. from
                                                                        as Dive Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Search and
                                                                                 TRUE     TRUE       water operations. FALSE
Materials designed to protect equipment such as cameras, sensors,suchTRUEwater penetration during FALSE FALSE Rescue Teams.
                                    a lightweight bag which can be suchTRUE securing or Swiftwater/Floodand FALSE the entire bag at
                                                                         as by    TRUE     end of   line Search and FALSE
Rescue device consisting of line in For use only by specialty teamsdeployed Dive Teams one TRUE theFALSE throwingRescue Teams. the target.
                                    For water/ice rescue operations, such as river rescue boards, ice rescue sleds, and Rescue include
                                                                          as Dive TRUE      TRUE       FALSE FALSE FALSE
Specialized, rapidly deployable craft foruse only by specialty teams suchTRUE Teams or Swiftwater/Flood Searchetc. Does notTeams. boats, which are co
                                    sound only by specialty search and as Dive Teams or TRUE
                                                                        rescue TRUE               FALSE FALSE FALSE
Underwater imaging device utilizingFor use waves to assist inteams suchTRUE operations.Swiftwater/Flood Search and Rescue Teams.
                                to track and manage public funds toTRUE and resources.
                                                                    build,   TRUE     TRUE       TRUE     TRUE     FALSE
Computer software system(s) usedWhen utilizing G&T programsafety incidentsupgrade, enhance, or replace communications and information systems, gran
Automatic Vehicle Locating (AVL) Systems                                   TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       FALSE
Device, Global Positioning System (GPS).                                   TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE
Operations area personnel tracking and accountability systems.             TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       FALSE
Precision Locating Tracking Systems (PLT), indoor capable.                 TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       FALSE
                                                                         TRUE      TRUE        other   TRUE      TRUE       For use
Data related to positions on the Earth's surface in the form of databases, maps, satellite and TRUEremote-sensing imagery. FALSE with Geospatial Informa
Geospatial/Geographical
Information Systems (GIS),                                               TRUE      TRUE        TRUE    TRUE      TRUE      FALSE
                                                                        TRUE        factors FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE
Software or systems that facilitate capture, quantification, and management of risk TRUE involved in specific tasks or programs.
                                                                 TRUE       TRUE      TRUE
Incident Command System (ICS) software including command/plans and decision-support tools.                  TRUE       TRUE       FALSE
                                  Should be and material FIPS Publication 201-1.
                                                                       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE     TRUE        TRUE     TRUE
Software application and associated hardwarecompliant withfor creating site/event credential badges and controlling scene access.
Operational space visualization tools.                                     TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       FALSE
CBRNE/commercial chemical/hazard software and response system.             TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       FALSE
                                                                     TRUE       linkage sensors TRUE   TRUE      FALSE
Plume modeling fate and transport software and/or databases capable of real-timeTRUE to TRUE and meteorological monitoring and detection.
                                                                           TRUE      TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       FALSE
Software designed to depict traffic flow, identify congestion points, and predict impact of accidents or deliberate alterations of traffic patterns such as alteratio
                                                                          TRUE      TRUE      TRUE        responsible.
Application software for tracking of tangible equipment, including location and person(s)/organization(s) TRUE     TRUE           TRUE
                                    This categoryto
                                    Fees related does not operational purchase of support TRUE training or decision making.
                                                                          TRUE         law enforcement TRUE         TRUE       provide
Systems that provide interactive audio-visual simulation of allow for thesituations toTRUE training, planning,simulators thatFALSE use-of-force training in a
Systems used to alert the public of telecommunications services to warning to the public in the event of FALSE
                                    protective actions or to provide      TRUE        TRUE     FALSE                TRUE      TRUE
                                                                                                         an incident, such as sirens, Reverse 911, and EAS.
                                                                       TRUE      TRUE      and Windows compatible devices.
Handheld computing devices with connectivity. Includes a variety of platforms such as PDAsTRUE     TRUE    TRUE       FALSE
                                Only hardware procured as for of a system allowable under the indicated grant indicated is allowable under this item.
                                                                    TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      TRUE      TRUE     FALSE
Computer hardware and operating system software designatedpart use in an integrated system allowable under the programs grant programs. Such systems
                                  When utilizing G&T program funds toTRUE upgrade,
                                                                      build,    DC power TRUE Used for data upload and download, as systems, gran
                                                                                         supply. TRUE      TRUE     FALSE
Mobile computer devices, usually mounted permanently in vehicle, operating from TRUEenhance, or replace communications and informationwell as local da
                                                                        TRUE     TRUE
Bar code readers and printers, including devices that have wireless network capabilities.        TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       FALSE
Radio Frequency Identification Devices (RFID) and associated readers. TRUE            TRUE       TRUE       FALSE      TRUE       FALSE
Still camera, digital or film.
Infrared (IR)                                                              TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       FALSE      FALSE      FALSE
a. Thermal                                                                 TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       FALSE      FALSE      FALSE
Infrared illumination equipment.                                           TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       FALSE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                       TRUE       TRUE     TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
Light amplification (night vision enhancement) equipment, including hand-held, helmet mounted, or equipment-mounted tactical systems. Includes hardware
Still or video camera adapted or designed for use underwater.              TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       FALSE      FALSE      FALSE
Video camera.                                                              TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       FALSE      FALSE      FALSE
Video projector.                                                           TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       FALSE      FALSE      FALSE
Video display - assorted technologies including CRT, Plasma, LCD, etc.TRUE            TRUE       TRUE       FALSE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                       TRUE      TRUE      TRUE        TRUE       FALSE FALSE
Portable meteorological station that monitors (at a minimum) temperature, wind speed, wind direction, precipitation, and barometric pressure.
                                  remote sensor such as a video camera or upgrade, enhance, or replace
                                                                      build, TRUE      TRUE         wireless transmission of data to a distant base. May
                                                                                                              TRUE     FALSE
A device which, when attached to aWhen utilizing G&T program funds toTRUE chemical detector, allowsTRUEcommunications and information systems, gran
                                                                     TRUE       TRUE
Software for networking, monitoring network performance and/or maintaining configuration. TRUE              TRUE       TRUE       FALSE
                                                                      TRUE     TRUE      TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
A software/hardware system designed primarily to monitor and control remote sensors and actuators. Uses vary from large-scale examples such as refinery
                                                                             TRUE       TRUE        TRUE      TRUE       TRUE        and/or
Devices that utilize biometric characteristics (fingerprints, palm prints, retinal scanning, etc.) to authorize access to facilities FALSEsystems.
                                                                     TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      TRUE       TRUE     a device
System used to provide enhanced remote authentication, usually consisting of a server, some synchronization scheme, andFALSE or token.
Encryption software for protecting stored data files or email messages. TRUE          TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       FALSE
                                                                        TRUE      TRUE       TRUE    TRUE       for remote access, point to point, or link en
A class of network access solutions, usually for remote access, that provide encrypted user access. May be usedTRUE      FALSE
                                                                         TRUE      and file TRUE   TRUE       TRUE      FALSE
Application suites that allow in-depth analysis of hosts based on operating system TRUE systems. Software of this type may be used by law enforcement o
Personal firewall for operation viruses, spyware, and malicious code. May be obtained for individual hosts or for entire network segments.
Software for protection againston                                      TRUE     TRUE        TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE
individual workstations. Usually a                                     TRUE     TRUE        TRUE       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE
                                                                         TRUE      TRUE     TRUE
Firewall (software or standalone appliance) for use in protecting networks. See also 05HS-00-PFWL. TRUE              TRUE      FALSE
                                                                        TRUE        unauthorized or aberrant behavior on theFALSE Software and hardware
Intrusion Detection System (IDS) deployed at either host or network level to detect TRUE     TRUE      TRUE      TRUE        network.
                                                                           TRUE     TRUE        TRUE      TRUE        networks.FALSE
Port scanners and other tools designed to identify security vulnerabilities on networks or individual hosts on target TRUE
                                                                        TRUE       TRUE        TRUE      TRUE      TRUE     FALSE
Software or appliance that gathers data from multiple security sources such as firewalls, intrusion detection systems, malware protection systems, etc. to pro
                                installation of patches, applications, and/or operating systems utilized by an organizationFALSE to maintain current "vers
System to manage the update and This section includes equipment        TRUE      TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      TRUE       in order
Digital cellular phone.         This systemsincludes equipment
                                and section that provide               TRUE      TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      FALSE
                                 and systems that provide
Text messaging device with 2-way capability.                              TRUE       TRUE      TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      FALSE
                                 This section includes on-line data services.
                                                                      systems TRUE     connectivity and electrical interoperability between local and int
PCMCIA card, serial device, or USB device for access toequipment and TRUE that provideTRUE      TRUE       TRUE        FALSE
                                 and
                                 This section that provide
Paging services, 1-way text messaging.systemsincludes equipment       TRUE    TRUE    TRUE      TRUE       TRUE        FALSE
                                   and systems that provide
Satellite communication device, fixed location. includes equipment
                                   This section                           TRUE       TRUE      TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      FALSE
                                   and section that provide
Satellite communication device, mobile.systemsincludes equipment
                                   This                                   TRUE       TRUE      TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      FALSE
                                    and
Satellite service with handheld device. systems that provide              TRUE       TRUE      TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      FALSE
                                      This section includes equipment and TRUE that provideTRUE
Satellite earth station transmitter and receiver, usually Ku-Band.        systems TRUE               TRUE       TRUE        FALSE
                                                                                            connectivity and electrical interoperability between local and int
                                     This section includes equipment and TRUE that provideTRUE
INMARSAT - B satellite communications equipment                          systems TRUE                    TRUE        TRUE       FALSE
                                                                                                connectivity and electrical interoperability between local and int
                                     and via satellite connection). Commercial providers of Internet connectivity viaTRUE
Satellite data services (Internet access section
                                     This systemsincludes equipment
                                                   that provide          TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      TRUE        satellite. FALSE
                                       This section time,provide truck
                                       transponder that including
Full-service rental/lease of satellite and systemsincludes equipment and technicians.
                                                                        TRUE      TRUE         TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      FALSE
                                       and long-term contracts.
                                       This systems that provide
Satellite transponder time purchased onsection includes equipment       TRUE      TRUE         TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      FALSE
                                   and section that provide
Satellite transponder time purchased bysystemsincludes equipment
                                   This the hour.                      TRUE      TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      TRUE    FALSE
                                   This systemsincludes carrier media, such as cellular phones or telephone land TRUE Includes Government Emergency Te
                                   and section that provide
Services to ensure priority communication over common equipment        TRUE      TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      lines.  FALSE
Base radio system.                  This section that provide
                                    and systemsincludes equipment    TRUE     TRUE      TRUE      TRUE               TRUE      FALSE
                                    This section that provide
                                    and systemsincludes equipment
High frequency (HF) single sideband communications equipment.        TRUE     TRUE      TRUE      TRUE               TRUE      FALSE
                                    and section thatcan equipment
Mobile radio equipment, deployed in/onsystemsincludes also be deployed as temporary baseTRUE
                                    This vehicles, or provide        TRUE     TRUE      stations. TRUE               TRUE       TRUE
                                    and section that provide
Individual/portable radio transceivers. systemsincludes equipment
                                    This                             TRUE     TRUE      TRUE      TRUE               TRUE       TRUE
                                    This section that provide
                                    and systemsincludes equipment          TRUE      TRUE      TRUE       TRUE
An electronic device that receives a weak or low-level signal and retransmits that signal to extend usable range. TRUE       FALSE
                                    and systems that provide
A device that evaluates the comparativesection includes equipment
                                    This  strength and signal/noise ratio from multiple receivers on the same frequency, selects the "best" signal and retransm
                                                                           TRUE      TRUE      TRUE       TRUE     TRUE      FALSE
                                 and systems that provide              TRUE      TRUE     TRUE      TRUE     TRUE      FALSE
Includes a wide range of equipment and software utilized to connect disparate communications networks. Systems range from cords that can patch two radio
                                       defined.                           systems TRUE      connectivity and electrical interoperability between local and int
Bi-directional amplifiers, applicationThis section includes equipment and TRUE that provideTRUE      TRUE       TRUE        FALSE
                                   This section includes for limited     TRUE     TRUE       close TRUE       as vehicle crew members.
System for hands-free (wired or wireless) communicationequipment numbers of personnel in TRUE proximity, suchTRUE      FALSE
                                   and systems that provide               links   TRUE
Microwave link for remote control of radio base stations or for temporaryTRUEat event sites. TRUE  TRUE      TRUE      FALSE
                                  This section includes equipment and TRUE
                                                                      systems TRUE        connectivity and electrical interoperability between local and int
Non radiation-shielded transmission cable between base/repeater and antenna. that provideTRUE      TRUE       TRUE        FALSE
                                  and section thatSometimes used TRUE
                                   portable radios. provide
Speaker/microphone extensions to This systemsincludes equipment within encapsulated/partially encapsulated suits, where restricted access to radio equip
                                                                              TRUE       TRUE      TRUE       TRUE        FALSE
Fixed and portable.                 and systems that provide              TRUE       TRUE      TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      FALSE
                               This section includes equipment       systems TRUE      connectivity and electrical interoperability between local and int
2-way communications equipment for use in underwater operations. and TRUE that provideTRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                   This section                       systems TRUE      connectivity and electrical interoperability between local and int
Wide area digital network, voice/data capable. includes equipment and TRUE that provideTRUE      TRUE       TRUE        FALSE
                                  This (up to includes equipment single audio conference. connectivity and electrical interoperability between local and int
                                                                        systems TRUE
Device to connect more than two partiessection several dozen) into aand TRUE that provideTRUE      TRUE       TRUE        FALSE
                                  and systems that provide
Portable private branch exchange (PBX)                                  TRUE    TRUE     TRUE      TRUE       TRUE        FALSE
                                  This section includes equipment and TRUE
                                                                         systems conference.connectivity and electrical interoperability between local and int
                                                                                   TRUE
Device to connect more than four parties (up to several dozen) into a single videothat provideTRUE   TRUE       TRUE        FALSE
                                  This section includes equipment and TRUE that provideTRUE
                                                                        systems TRUE
Video teleconferencing over ISDN telephone lines or broadband facilities.                        TRUE       TRUE        FALSE
                                                                                        connectivity and electrical interoperability between local and int
                                     Products evaluated as encryption keys or encryption key loaders. TRUE
Safe for storing sensitive material and equipment such by the             TRUE      TRUE       TRUE                TRUE        FALSE
Shredding or disintegrating device for the destructionAgency can be
Field assay kit.                     National Security of sensitive materials such as reports or encryption key material.
                                                                          TRUE      TRUE       TRUE       TRUE     TRUE        FALSE
DIQCode: [D,I]
Protein test kit.                                                         TRUE       TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
DNA/RNA [D]
DIQCode: detection analysis                                               TRUE       TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
(example: PCR, ECL).                                                      TRUE       TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
                                                                         T
Biological sampling and evidence kit. Collects samples for later analysis. RUE       TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
Portable air sampler for biological sampling/evidence.                    TRUE       TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
Biological sampling/evidence pH - automated perimeter sampling systems.
Waste water classifier strips, kit                                   TRUE            TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
and chemical. detector (FID)
Flame ionization                                                     TRUE            TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
for point detection of volatile
Flame photometry detector for                                             TRUE       TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
point chemical agent detection.                                           TRUE       TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
Fourier/Raman Infrared (IR)
detector for point chemical agent
Raman Infrared (IR) detector for                                         TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
point chemical agent detection.
Multi-sensor meter with minimum                                          TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
of O2 and LEL for point chemical
Photo-ionization detector (PID) for                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
point detection of volatile organic
Ion mobility spectrometry (IMS)                                          TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
Surface for point chemical agent
detector acoustic wave detector                                          TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
for point chemical agent                                                 TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
Indicating paper, chemical warfare agent. DIQCode: [D,I]
           tape, chemical warfare                                        TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
agent
Colorimetric tape/tube/chip kit                                          TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
Chemical classifying WMD
specific for TICs and kit for                                            TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
unknown liquids, solids and
PCB test kit.                                                            TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
Mercury and I, Q]
DIQCode: [D,mercury vapor test                                           TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
kit.
Chemical agent water test kit.                                           TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
DIQCode: [D]
M-256(A1) detection kit for                                              TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
chemical agent (military grade;
Single gas meter with point                                              TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE         FALSE
                                                                                                                   FALSE
chemical detection.
Chemical detector utilizing pulsed                                  TRUE      TRUE     FALSE     TRUE     FALSE FALSE
neutrons.polymer point chemical Grantees should leverage private assets where TRUE
Reactive Non-destructive                                            TRUE                TRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                                                              appropriate when implementing security enhancements at privately-owned
agent detector.
Gas chromatograph and/or mass                                       TRUE      TRUE     FALSE     TRUE     FALSE FALSE
spectrometer detector for
Chemical detection devices                                               TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
designed to be mounted in
Stand-off chemical detector.                                             TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
FTIR system.                                                             TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
Air/vapor chemical sampling/evidence kit.                                TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
Liquid chemical sampling/evidence kit.                                   TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
Solid chemical sampling/evidence kit.                                    TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
                                                                       TRUE
Leak detectors (e.g., soap solution, ammonium hydroxide, ultrasonic, etc.).
Explosive detecting canines,                                                       TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
related CBRNE training,
Handheld air-sampling explosive                                        TRUE        TRUE       TRUE      FALSE      FALSE     FALSE
detectors. spectrometry (IMS)
Ion mobility                                                             TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
A cloth item used to equipment.
explosives screeningwipe a                                               TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
surface, and place explosive
X-Ray systems for in a machine                                           TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
detection. germanium detector.
High-purity                                                              TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
Electronic [D,I,Q]
DIQCode: dosimeter (ED).                                           TRUE    TRUE   TRUE     TRUE
                                      (SEE ODP BULLETIN 133 FOR SPECIAL GUIDANCE ON THESE ITEMS). FALSE                      FALSE
DIQCode: [D,Q]
Personal dosimeter, film or                                        TRUE    TRUE   TRUE     TRUE
                                      (SEE ODP BULLETIN 133 FOR SPECIAL GUIDANCE ON THESE ITEMS). FALSE                      FALSE
thermoluminescence dosimetry                                   TRUE    TRUE   TRUE     TRUE
Self-reading dosimeter (SRD) or (SEE ODP BULLETIN 133 FOR SPECIAL GUIDANCE ON THESE ITEMS). FALSE                            FALSE
pocket ionization chambers (PIC).
Handheld contamination meter                                   TRUE    TRUE   TRUE     TRUE   FALSE                          FALSE
(alpha/beta, beta/gamma,
Personal radiation "detector"                                  TRUE    TRUE   TRUE     TRUE
                                  (SEE ODP BULLETIN 133 FOR SPECIAL GUIDANCE ON THESE ITEMS). FALSE                          FALSE
(gamma and neutron). (NaI or
Handheld spectrometer                                              TRUE    TRUE   TRUE     TRUE
                                      (SEE ODP BULLETIN 133 FOR SPECIAL GUIDANCE ON THESE ITEMS). FALSE                      FALSE
CZT) with nuclide identification.
Air flow calibrators for samplers.                                 TRUE    TRUE   TRUE     TRUE
                                      (SEE ODP BULLETIN 133 FOR SPECIAL GUIDANCE ON THESE ITEMS). FALSE                      FALSE
Personal air sampler.                                                    TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
Heat sensing device.                                                     TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
Surface thermometer.                                                     TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
                                                                   TRUE
Environmental (weather) surveillance equipment to support CBRNE detectors.         TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       TRUE      FALSE
                                                                       Section that is FALSE FALSE          TRUE      FALSE
This category includes specialized equipment not included elsewhere inFALSE 7 FALSEintended for all-hazards detection missions, and that is limited to (or
Kits or packets used for emergency personal decontamination.             TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
Alternate solution to neutralize chemical warfare agents.                TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
                                                                       TRUE      TRUE       FALSE    TRUE
Provides climate control for victims during necessary decontamination operations during inclement conditions.      FALSE     FALSE
Used to heat water for decontamination applications in the field.        TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
                                                                       TRUE     TRUE        equipment, people, FALSE FALSE
Containment devices intended for use in the decontamination corridor for decontamination ofFALSE    TRUE       and vehicles.
                                                                         area.
Portable area lighting system suitable for use in active decontamination TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
                                                                         TRUE       victims. FALSE
Devices such as litters, stretchers, stokes baskets, etc. for moving non-ambulatoryTRUE                 TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
                                                                         TRUE     TRUE
Personal property tracking system to identify personal effects of decontaminated victims.    FALSE      TRUE       FALSE     FALSE
                                                                            TRUE       sticks, FALSE   TRUE
Signs, signals, traffic cones, lights, hazmat tape, directional signage, strobes, glowTRUE loudspeakers, etc.      FALSE     FALSE
                                                                    TRUE     TRUE       FALSE      TRUE      FALSE FALSE
Drums or bladders for waste water containment and decontamination shower waste collection. To be used in conjunction with Item 08D2-01-LDCD.
                                                                      TRUE       TRUE      FALSE       TRUE         FALSE FALSE
Equipment or system with the capability to immediately reduce contamination of individuals with potentially life-threatening exposure, with or without the form
                                   delivering water or solutions in varying temperatures and FALSE
                                                                          TRUE     TRUE      at sufficient flow
                                                                                                         TRUE   FALSE FALSE
Mobile or fixed systems capable of No fixed construction is allowable; systems must be mobile or portable. rates for the purpose of washing numerous con
                                                                      TRUE      TRUE
Framework designed to deliver water/decontamination solution at low pressure, low volume. FALSE         TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
Equipment used to decontaminate or remove dry materials.                TRUE      TRUE      FALSE       TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                                                                      TRUE       for responders and their equipment using liquids/solutions.
Equipment used in the physical or chemical process of deliberate decontaminationTRUE      FALSE      TRUE      FALSE FALSE
                                                                    TRUE
Equipment and site decontamination solutions (not approved for humans).           TRUE      FALSE       TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
Disposable blankets.                                                    TRUE      TRUE      FALSE       TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
Disposable modesty clothing, with footwear; adult and child sizes.
Non-transparent cadaver bags.                                           TRUE      TRUE      FALSE       TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
See also 09MS-01-BAGB                                                   TRUE      TRUE      FALSE       TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Portable vessel that contains various medical supplies and equipment. TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program TRUE
                                                                                                    this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                     are easily assembled to accommodate patients in purchased underTRUE
                                                                        TRUE      TRUE     FALSE        this grantFALSE are operations.
                                                                                                                   program FALSE
Portable, lightweight structures thatMedical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals supine position. Typically used in shelter allowable only to supplement
                                     Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased including (but FALSE to) allowable only to supplement
                                                                         TRUE       TRUE      FALSE       this grant program FALSE
Fully equipped kits that contain all equipment and materials to coordinate multi-casualty incidents,underTRUE not limitedare triage tags/supplies, clip board
                                    Medical of pediatric supplies, and length basedTRUE
                                                                         TRUE       assessment to determine
                                                                                           FALSE       this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                                                                                                  program FALSE
These tools allow for the rapid assessment equipment, patients usingpharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE equipment size and medication dosages.
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
                                                                         medical TRUE    FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                                                                                               program FALSE
Easy to assemble structure to provide temporary shelter for patients andTRUE practitioners. Constructed of lightweight frame and/or inflatable.
                                 Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
                                                                    TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                                                                                             program FALSE
Basic and advanced durable airway management equipment. Enables basic and advanced access to, and protection of, patient respiratory system.
                                     Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals patients that are breathingFALSE being allowable only to supplement
                                                                         TRUE       TRUE      FALSE      this grant and/or are ventilated.
Monitor that allows for the quantitative and qualitative assessment of end tidal CO2 for purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                  Medical regulators, supplies, etc.) to facilitate TRUE
                                                                       TRUE         the purchased underTRUE
                                                                                             FALSE      this grantFALSE are
                                                                                                                   program FALSE
Durable oxygen equipment (e.g., cylinders, equipment, manifolds,and pharmaceuticals storage and delivery of medical oxygen. allowable only to supplement
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
                                                                        TRUE     TRUE     FALSE      this grant both powered and manually operated.
                                                                                                                program FALSE
Negative pressure devices that enable suctioning of patient airway. Airway maintenance device. Various models,FALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                    Medical equipment, supplies, and toTRUE requiring invasive respiratory FALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                                                         patients TRUE     FALSE      this grant program FALSE
Positive pressure ventilators that deliver regulated volumes of oxygenpharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE support. Adult and pediatric applications.
                                Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Manual and automated blood pressure equipment/products.            TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                 this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, and and (when necessary)FALSE of corrective program are allowable only to supplement
                                                                     TRUE      TRUE      delivery this grantFALSE FALSE for lethal cardiac dysryth
Simple device that enables rapid application, automated assessment,pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE       electrical impulse
                                 Medical equipment, supplies, by pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
                                                                       TRUE       TRUE      FALSE     this grant program FALSE
Advanced cardiac monitoring/defibrillation/pacing devices for useandpractitioners with advanced medical training. FALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                   blood glucose levels from capillary blood sample.
                                                                        TRUE     TRUE    FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Simple device that rapidly analyzesMedical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                   patient's thorax and provides and pharmaceuticals purchased in lieuTRUE
                                                                       TRUE      compressions under of extended CPR. Mayallowable only to supplement
Mechanical device that encircles a Medical equipment, supplies, mechanical chest TRUE     FALSE                   program FALSE
                                                                                                       this grantFALSE are be attached to a backboard.
                                  Medical facilitate the examination of the eyes and purchased underTRUE
                                                                        TRUE      TRUE
Devices used during patient assessment to equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticalsears. FALSE                   program FALSE
                                                                                                     this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, and TRUE          TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Non-invasive device that monitors oxygen saturation levels in blood. pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased and TRUE
                                                                      TRUE       TRUE      FALSE       this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                                                                                                  program FALSE
Durable stethoscope to assist in patient care through audible assessments (auscultation). Durableunderdisposal models available.
                                 patient equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Devices that enable assessment ofMedical temperature.               TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                  this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, and a variety of positions and situations. grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                                                        TRUE      TRUE     FALSE       this
Adjuncts that enable spinal immobilization of patients encountered in pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE       program FALSE
                                      immobilization. All supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Splints that enable all types of limb Medical equipment,types and sizes. TRUE       TRUE     FALSE                 program TRUE
                                                                                                        this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                 Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals Durable medical equipment.
                                                                       TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Portable patient movement devices. Adjustable positions both vertical and horizontal. purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Hand-carried patient transport devices.                               TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                    this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                    Medical equipment, supplies, administration and volume FALSE
                                                                          TRUE      TRUE     infusion. this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
A device to deliver accurate rates of IV fluids for both medication and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE       program FALSE
                                 Medical equipment, or positive pressure environment to isolate potentially
                                                                     TRUE      TRUE      FALSE       this grantFALSE FALSE
                                                                                                                program or allowable only to supplement
Equipment designed to maintain a continuous negative supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE contaminatedare contagious patients requiring a
                                Medical equipment, supplies, pharmaceuticals.TRUE
                                                                     TRUE               FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Equipment used to count and separate capsule or tablet forms ofand pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                 Medical for pharmaceuticals and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
                                                                      TRUE      TRUE    FALSE                   program FALSE
Equipment used to prepare and print labels equipment, supplies,dispensed during emergency situations.this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                               Medical equipment, supplies, between non-English speaking underTRUE
                                                                 TRUE      TRUE     FALSE       this patient representatives and only to supplement
                                                                                                           program FALSE
Equipment used to communicate emergency medical informationand pharmaceuticals purchased patients or grantFALSE are allowableemergency medical,
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Single-use alcohol prep pad to cleanse patient skin surface.          TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program TRUE
                                                                                                    this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Single-use body bag to contain deceased patients.                    TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                   this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                    Medical equipment, supplies, and TRUE          TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Single-use, disposable kit to clean soft tissue injuries and surfaces. pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program TRUE
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Disposable and non-disposable linen products.                        TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                   this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                 Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased
                                                                        TRUE       TRUE      FALSE    this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Various disposable and non-disposable supplies to facilitate the administration of medications. underTRUE        program FALSE
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
                                                                      TRUE
Various size/gauge needles to draw fluids and/or administer medications.       TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                   this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                 Medical equipment, cleanse and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
                                                                      TRUE
Various brushes and swabs saturated with Povodine to supplies,skin surface area. TRUE FALSE                program FALSE
                                                                                                this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                   Medical equipment, during patient examination, triage, treatment, or this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                                                       TRUE      TRUE       FALSE
Portable screen to provide privacy and visual screeningsupplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE           program FALSE
                                                                                                        stabilization.
                                  cutting equipment, supplies,        TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Standard medical shears to enable Medical of various materials. and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program TRUE
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and TRUE            TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Single-use, disposable eye lens with catheter to facilitate irrigation. pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                 Medical equipment,                 TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Various size absorbable and non-absorbable sutures. supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Single-use, disposable supplies or kits to support suturing procedures. TRUE    TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                    this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                   for oral assessment.              TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Single-use, disposable device usedMedical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                  Medical equipment, during multi-casualty triageTRUE
                                                                       TRUE      management.
                                                                                          FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Single-use, disposable patient marking devices for use supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program TRUE
                                Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE patient respiratory system. Non-durable suppl
                                                                   advanced access to,FALSE
Airway management supplies, basic and advanced. Enables basic and TRUE       TRUE                this of, program FALSE
                                                                                       and protection grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, Respiratory maintenance device.
                                                                       TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Disposable device designed for insertion between patient's teeth.and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                   M                                   TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Single-use, disposable gastric tube. edical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                     administration of aerosolized medications and solutions. FALSE
                                                                         TRUE      TRUE               this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Nebulizer assembly to facilitate the Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, and and advanced access to, and protection
                                                                     TRUE     TRUE      FALSE      this grantpatient are allowable only
                                                                                                              program FALSE
Oxygen administration supplies, basic and advanced. Enables basic pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE of, FALSE respiratory system. to supplement
                                 Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
                                                                      with suction devices.
Catheters, tubing, wands and miscellaneous connection devices for use TRUE      TRUE      FALSE              program FALSE
                                                                                                  this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                   Medical equipment, supplies,      TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Self-contained kit to perform and support chest decompression. and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                    Medical equipment, supplies, and toTRUE requiring invasive respiratory FALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                                                         patients TRUE     FALSE      this grant program FALSE
Positive pressure ventilators that deliver regulated volumes of oxygenpharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE support. Adult and pediatric applications.
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
                                                                           fluids/products.
Variable size, disposable bags to contain materials soiled with infectiousTRUE       TRUE   FALSE              program FALSE
                                                                                                    this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                  Medical manage materials soiled pharmaceuticals
                                                                       TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Various non-durable vessels to contain and equipment, supplies, and with biohazards. purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
                                                                        surfaces. TRUE
Commercial disinfectant and antiseptic products to clean skin and other TRUE            FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                   this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
                                                                       TRUE
Variable size, single-use examination gloves. Disposable, non-latex. Non-sterile. TRUE   FALSE                 program TRUE
                                                                                                    this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                    Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Various sizes, sterile biomedical gloves.                              TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program TRUE
                                                                                                     this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Various skin disinfectant and hygiene supplies.                       TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                    this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE         practitioners from are allowable only to supplement
                                                                                                                  program TRUE
Body substance isolation supplies (masks, gowns, eye protection). Various isolation barriers to protectthis grantFALSE exposure to infectious substances
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
                                                                         TRUE       TRUE    FALSE      this grantFALSE
                                                                                                                  program TRUE
Variable size, disposable bandages and dressing to treat all types of soft tissue wounds. Non-durable absorbent products. are allowable only to supplement
                                 Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals activeFALSE
                                                                     TRUE     TRUE       bleeding, TRUE
                                                                                                    this grant other materials that perform a supplement
                                                                                                               program FALSE
Sterile bandages coated or impregnated with substances that enhance suppression of purchased underas well as FALSE are allowable only to similar functi
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Various size adhesive medical tape.                                  TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program TRUE
                                                                                                   this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
                                                                        TRUE        TRUE
Pressure infusion device for use with intravenous solution bags to expedite fluid delivery. FALSE              program FALSE
                                                                                                    this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                  Medical equipment, supplies,      TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Various intravenous solutions and needle/catheter assemblies. and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                     Medical equipment, supplies,        TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Various size/gauges to facilitate fluid/medication administration. and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                    Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Assembly that facilitates syringe use.                                 TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                     this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                    Medical equipment, For use and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
                                                                           TRUE     TRUE       FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                                                                                                     program FALSE
Various size syringes, with and without built-in needles. supplies,in drawing and administering medications and solutions. Also used in injection and aspiration
                                     Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
                                                                           TRUE
Self-adhesive electrodes to facilitate electrical monitoring. Single-use, disposable.TRUE  FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                    Medical equipment, with minimal pharmaceuticals limb and torso restraints). FALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                                                          TRUE       TRUE     FALSE      this grant program FALSE
Multi-use patient restraints and systems; easy to apply supplies, and training (includingpurchased underTRUE
                                     Medical immobilizers) to immobilize/stabilize the neck and spinal region. grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                                                         TRUE        TRUE     FALSE
Various devices (e.g., cervical collars, headequipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE this       program FALSE
                                      immobilization. All supplies, sizes. TRUE   TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Splints that enable all types of limb Medical equipment, types andand pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program TRUE
                                    Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
                                                                          TRUE
Self-contained kit with supplies required to support obstetrical procedures.     TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                     this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Anti-dysrhythmic.                                                     TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Bronchodilator.                                                       TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Anti-dysrhythmic.                                                     TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Antacid.                                                              TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Bronchodilator.                                                       TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                     Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Steroid, oral inhalant or nasal spray for respiratory disorders.        TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                    Medical                            TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Electrolyte used in resuscitation settings. equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Glucose compound for use in hypoglycemia.                          TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                 this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Antihistamine.                                                        TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                   acute hypotension.                 TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Used in emergency setting to treat Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                    Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Crystalloid solutions for Oral Rehydration Therapy (ORT).              TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                     this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Epinephrine packaged in auto-injector.                               TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                   this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                  Medical vasoconstrictor acute hypotension, as TRUE
                                                                      TRUE      a bronchodilator and antispasmodic in bronchial asthma. to supplement
                                                                                         FALSE       this grantFALSE are allowable only
Catecholamine, used in cardiac arrest, as aequipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE         program FALSE
Diuretic.                                                             TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Anti-hypoglycemia agent.                                              TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Anti-dysrhythmic as well as analgesic properties.                    TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                   this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                   Medical equipment, anti-dysrhythmic. TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Electrolyte replacement, anticonvulsant, bronchodilator,supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                    anti-inflammatory characteristics. TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Corticosteroid; bronchodilation and Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Nitrate; vasodilator and smooth muscle relaxant.                     TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                   this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Oxygen.                                                               TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Antibiotic ointment.                                                  TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Crystalloid solution used for fluid replacement.                         TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                       this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Crystalloid solution used for fluid replacement.                         TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                       this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, treat infections of second- and purchased underTRUE
                                                                           TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     this     program FALSE
Silver sulfadiazine, a sulfa drug, is used to prevent and supplies, and pharmaceuticals third-degree burns. grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Electrolyte. Useful in the management of crush syndrome.             TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                   this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Ophthalmic anesthetic for use in eye injuries.                        TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                    this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Bronchodilator.                                                          TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Vitamin.                                                                 TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Fluid solution; topical irrigation.                                      TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program TRUE
Analgesic, anti-pyretic.                                                 TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                    Medical anti-pyretic.              TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Anticoagulant; analgesic, anti-inflammatory;equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agent; analgesic, anti-pyretic.       TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                   this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agent; analgesic.                     TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                   this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                  Medical                            TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Sedative, anticonvulsant; benzodiazepine. equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Anti-viral.                                                              TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Antibiotic.                                                              TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Antibiotic.                                                              TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Antibiotic.                                                              TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Antibiotic.                                                              TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Antibiotic.                                                              TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Antibiotic.                                                              TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Antibiotic.                                                              TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Antibiotic.                                                              TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Anti-viral.                                                              TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Anti-viral.                                                              TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Antibiotic.                                                              TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Antibacterial agent.                                                     TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Narcotic analgesic.                                                      TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Narcotic analgesic.                                                      TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Narcotic antagonist.                                                     TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                 Medical equipment,                   TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Vasodilator. A component of the Cyanide Antidote Kit. supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                   Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
                                                                      TRUE
Anticholenergic. Antidote for organophosphate and nerve agent exposure.         TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                    this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                    hyperkalemia, hypocalcaemia, or pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
                                                                        TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     this preparation available for only the treatment
                                                                                                                 program FALSE
Electrolyte used in acute cases for Medical equipment, supplies, and calcium antagonist overdose. A topicalgrantFALSE is are allowableuse into supplement
                                 Medical equipment, management of TRUE agent and organophosphate exposure.
                                                                      nerve     TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Diazepam packaged in an auto-injector. For use in the supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                   oral ingestion poisoning/overdoses. TRUE     TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Used in emergency setting to treat Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                                                     TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Vitamin analog. Cyanide antidote. Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                    Thiosulfate and Amyl Nitrite and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUEcyanide poisoning.
                                                                         or other TRUE    FALSE      this   program FALSE
Kit includes Sodium Nitrite, SodiumMedical equipment, supplies, inhalantTRUE FDA-approved products forgrantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                    Medical equipment, supplies, Plutonium, Americium, and FALSE
                                                                        TRUE      TRUE      Curium. this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Radiation treatment drug for treating internal contamination from and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE      program FALSE
                                    Medical equipment, supplies, Plutonium, Americium, and FALSE
                                                                        TRUE      TRUE      Curium. this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Radiation treatment drug for treating internal contamination from and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE      program FALSE
                                 Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Used in emergency setting for hemoglobinopathies.                   TRUE      TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                  this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                    Medical equipment, supplies, and combination autoinjector.
                                                                         TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Pralidoxime chloride autoinjector - 2-PAM; Atropine autoinjector, or a pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
                                                                        TRUE
Used in radiation emergency - protects the thyroid in a radiation emergency.   TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                   this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                Medical equipment, Component of Nerve Agent Antidote FALSE
                                                                   TRUE      TRUE     Kit (NAAK).this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Used in nerve agent and organophosphate exposures. supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
Used in emergency setting for radiation exposures, specifically cesium. TRUE   TRUE     FALSE                 program FALSE
                                                                                                   this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                  Medical a component of cyanide pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE
                                                                       TRUE
Used in the treatment of cyanide poisoning;equipment, supplies, and antidote kits. TRUE FALSE               program FALSE
                                                                                                 this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Anti-emetic.                                                             TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Antinauseant and antiemetic.                                             TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Antidiarrheal agent.                                                     TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Antiemetic.                                                              TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                 Medical treatment for exposure to nerve agents.)
                                                                      TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Anticonvulsant (may be used as part of the equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Anticonvulsant.                                                          TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                  Medical                             TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Sedative; antianxiety agent; benzodiapine. equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
Anti-convulsant.                                                         TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
                                      Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                   Medical                            TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Training simulator for CANA auto injector. equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                    Medical equipment, supplies, train in various scenarios. FALSE
                                                                         TRUE      TRUE               this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Life-like human body replicas that enable medical practitioners toand pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program TRUE
                                  Medical equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased under this grant TRUE purposes.
                                                                      TRUE      TRUE     TRUE          training/exercise are allowable only to supplement
Moulage supplies include prosthetics, makeup, and other materials used to simulate wounds/injuries forTRUE       program TRUE
                                   Medical                            TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      this grantFALSE are allowable only to supplement
Training simulator for NAAK auto injector. equipment, supplies, and pharmaceuticals purchased underTRUE        program FALSE
                                  For use only with allowable equipment.
                                                                       TRUE       TRUE       TRUE     (NICAD),FALSE Metal Hydride (NiMH), Lithium (Li-Io
Batteries for all recommended equipment. Types including, but not limited to Alkaline, Nickel-CadmiumTRUE      Nickel TRUE
Fuel Cells.                                                           TRUE
                                   For use only with allowable equipment.          TRUE      TRUE       TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                                      For use only with allowable        TRUE
Including but not limited to solar, natural gas, shore power, etc.equipment.       TRUE      TRUE       TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                                                                        TRUE       TRUE       TRUE        TRUE     TRUE      FALSE
Generators, varying types and sizes, including gasoline, diesel, propane, natural gas, alternator, gas turbine powered devices, etc.
Battery conditioners.                                                   TRUE       TRUE      TRUE       TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
Equipment for DC to AC conversion.                                      TRUE       TRUE      TRUE       TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                                                                     TRUE      TRUE       serviced TRUE  FALSE FALSE
Systems that provide protection against power spikes, surges, and momentary drops so that TRUE equipment receives "clean" power.
                                                                       TRUE
Switch for power output transfer to support generator maintenance and fueling.     TRUE      TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      FALSE
Equipment for AC to DC conversion.                                      TRUE       TRUE      TRUE       TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
Electric cord reels.                                                    TRUE       TRUE      TRUE       TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                                 UPS equipment purchased with grant funding is of time. May include short-duration battery devices, or standby generator
                                                                      TRUE      for use TRUE      TRUE       TRUE
Systems that compensate for loss of power to serviced equipment for some periodTRUE only with other allowable equipment.FALSE
        Association of American Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
Author: USCG                                                          TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
Railroads
Author: Bronstein, Currance                                           TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
ISBN13: 978-0323048774
Author: Matheson                                                      TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
ISBN13: Association of American Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
Author: 978-9994698608                                                TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
Railroads
Author: Reigart, Roberts                                              TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
Edition: FifthDepartment of
Author: US                                                            TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
Transportation, Transport
Author: Meister                                                          TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
Author: 978-9990801064
ISBN13: Milne                                                            TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
ISBN13: 978-0566081903
McGraw                                                                   TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
ISBN13: 978-0071341431
Author: Lewis, Richard J.                                                TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
ISBN13: Lewis, Hawley
Author: 978-0471441656                                                   TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
ISBN-13: 978-0471768654
Delmar Publishing                                                        TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
Author: Bevelacqua, Stilp
Red Hat Publishing                                                       TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
Author: BevelacquaPohanish
Author: Richard P.                                                       TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
Author: 978-0815514596
ISBN13: Stuz and Ulin                                                    TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
ISBN13: Sidell
Author: 978-0913079054                                                   TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
ISBN-13: 978-0710627735                                                  TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
Author: Sidell, DOD
        Chapman, Hall                                                    TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
ISBN13: 978-0911910001                                                   TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
Author: Matheson
        DOD                                                              TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
ISBN-13: 978-1588081629
Author: DOD                                                              TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
Author: 978-1588081681
ISBN13: DOD                                                              TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
ISBN13: 978-1931828239
Author: National Institute for                                           TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
Occupational Safety and Health
Author: CDC                                                              TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
available at www.bt.cdc.gov
Author: Forsberg, Mansdorf                                               TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
ISBN-13: 978-0471271055
Author: Lewis, Richard J.                                                TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
ISBN13: Paul Burns
Author: 978-0471701330                                                   TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
Edition: International Edition                                           TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
Author: ACGIH
Publisher: ChemwatchNA                                                   TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
www.chemwatchna.com
Author: Keith, Lawrence                                                  TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
ISBN: 873717104
Author: Alluviam LLC                                                     TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
http://www.alluviam.com
Author: Aristatek                                                        TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
http://www.aristatek.com for
Author: National Institute                                               TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
Author: MicroSafety and Health
Occupational Medix                                                       TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
Pages: CD-ROM                                                            TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
Author: Maslansky, Carol J. and Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUEthe ATSDR Division of Toxicology. Information for this ser
The ATSDR ToxFAQs™ is a series of summaries about hazardousTRUE            sample content TRUE       TRUE      FALSE
                                                                       substances developed by meeting the intent this item that are recommended by
                   P.
Maslansky, Steven Tobacco, and Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
Bureau of Alcohol,                                                    TRUE       sample content TRUE       TRUE      FALSE
FirearmsBomb Squad
National                                                                 TRUE       sample content FALSE     intent of FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the FALSE this item that are recommended by
Commanders Advisory Board
National Bomb Squad                                                      TRUE       sample content FALSE     intent of FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the FALSE this item that are recommended by
Commanders Advisory Board
American Public Health                                                   TRUE       sample content FALSE     intent of FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the FALSE this item that are recommended by
Association
Pennwell Corporation                                                     TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
Author: Fire, Frank L.                                                   TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                   Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
               Author: Gosselin
               ISBN13: 978-0683036329
               Delmar Publishing                                                        TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                  Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
               Author: Bevelacqua, Stilp
               Author: Foden-Weddell                                                    TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                  Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
               ISBN13: 978-0873717991
               Hawley                                                                   TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                  Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
               ISBN13: 978-1418038311
               Viccellio                                                                TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                  Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
               ISBN13: 978-0316902472
               Delmar Publishing                                                        TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                  Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
               Author: Bevelacqua
               Red Hat Publishing                                                       TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                  Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
               Author: Noll, Hildebrand
               National Fire Protection                                                 TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                  Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
               Association
               Author: Kozlow, Sullivan                                                 TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                  Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
               ISBN13: 978-0710622884                                                   TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                  Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
enter (JIC) Manual
               Author: Christen, Henry T. and                                          TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                 Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
               Maniscalco, Paul M.                                                     TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
               Author: Phillip L. Currance, EMT- Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
               P, RHSP
               Authors: Walsh, Christen,                                               TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                 Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
               Maniscalco, Callsen, Miller
               Author: Olson                                                            TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                  Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
               Red Hat 978-0071443333
               ISBN13: Publishing                                                       TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                  Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
               Author: Hawley, Noll, Hildebrand
               Red Hat Publishing                                                       TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                  Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
               Author: Callan
               Tempest Publications                                                     TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                  Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
               Author: Venzke
               Tempest Publications                                                     TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                  Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
               Author: Graves
               Author: Christen, Henry T. and                                           TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                  Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
               Maniscalco, Paul Henry T. and
               Author: Christen, M.                                                     TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                  Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
               Maniscalco, Paul Learning
               Thomson Delmar M.                                                        TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                  Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
               Author: Bevelacqua                                                       TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                  Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
                       Berga, Byrd, et al
               Author: Christen, Henry T. and                                           TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                  Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
               Maniscalco, Paul M.                                                      TRUE       sample content TRUE      TRUE        FALSE
                                                  Materials listed in the SEL are a representative TRUE of TRUE meeting the intent of this item that are recommended by
                                                                                        TRUE       TRUE      FALSE      FALSE      TRUE      FALSE
                                                  This with distribution system and pump.
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE         TRUE      TRUE     TRUE      FALSE
               Water trailers (potable and non-potable)category includes special-purpose vehicles for the transport of CBRNE terrorism response equipment and personnel
                                                 This category a semi-trailer tractor. This item is only allowable if purchased for use with FALSE
                                                                                       TRUE       TRUE        TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      other allowable items personnel
               A vehicle used to tow equipment trailers, such as includes special-purpose vehicles for the transport of CBRNE terrorism response equipment andsuch as the
                                                    This incident site.                 TRUE      TRUE         TRUE      TRUE     TRUE      FALSE
               Trailers for transport of equipment to thecategory includes special-purpose vehicles for the transport of CBRNE terrorism response equipment and personnel
                                                This category to transport stretcher-borne patients the transport of CBRNE terrorism response equipment and personnel
                                                                                     TRUE       TRUE      FALSE      TRUE    FALSE FALSE
               Specialized vehicles such as "Ambulance Buses"includes special-purpose vehicles for during a mass-casualty event. Includes retrofit kits to convert existing
                                                This category includes special-purpose vehicles for the transport of CBRNE terrorism response equipment and personnel
               Mobile command vehicles for use at incident scene.                   TRUE      TRUE         TRUE      TRUE     TRUE      FALSE
                                                 This category CBRNE mission area requirements. the transport of CBRNE terrorism response equipment and vehicles,
                                                                                       TRUE      TRUE      TRUE       TRUE     TRUE      FALSE
               Specialized vehicles designed to support specific includes special-purpose vehicles for Examples include deployment vehicles, tactical interventionpersonnel h
                                                   Fees related includes special-purpose vehicles for the transport of CBRNE terrorism
                                                    management                        FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE                   the transport of equipment and personnel
                                                                                                                                         FALSE
               Specialized vehicles for emergencyThis categorytooperations. This category includes special-purpose vehicles for TRUE responseresponse equipment and p
                                                   telecommunications dissemination of information and intelligence among responders viaFALSE
               Alert and notification equipment that allows for real-timeservices to  TRUE      TRUE         TRUE      FALSE FALSE        equipment such as cellular phon
                                                                                          TRUE       mining TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
               Software for data collection and information / intelligence gathering, including data TRUE and search tools that support inferential analysis, including trend an
                                                                                      TRUE     TRUE       use multiple sensorFALSE to develop a situational picture, and/
               Software or system for accepting disparate inputs and producing organized information. MayTRUE      FALSE     inputs   FALSE
                                                   DHS has adopted INCITS criminal actors (IFF), etc.
                                                                                          Information technology - Face FALSE FALSE for Data Interchange. Only softwa
               Facial recognition software for access control, identification of385-2004, TRUE      TRUE      TRUE      Recognition Format FALSE
                                                   Grantees should databases containing terroristG&T information. Officer
                                                                                       TRUE        threat TRUE              FALSE FALSE
               One-time or recurring fees for the use of commercialcoordinate with their assigned TRUEPreparedness FALSE to determine the appropriate allowable cost cat
                                                  to network-based systems to enhance intelligence and information sharing capabilities. FALSE
                                                                                    TRUE       TRUE       information sharing and intelligence fusion and analysis to lever
               Implementation of and connectivity DHS encourages grantees using DHS funds in support of TRUE        FALSE FALSE
                                                                                           TRUE     TRUE     TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
               Investigative software for collating and analyzing data from signals intelligence such as Pen Registers and wiretap management tools.
                                                  Use is subject to the prohibitions registers in Title III of the Omnibus Crime and Control FALSE Streets numbers, along
                                                                                        TRUE       TRUE          TRUE    FALSE FALSE and Safe
               Surveillance equipment, including electronic equipment such as Pencontained (equipment capable of capturing incoming and outgoing phone Act of 1968 (the
                                                   Grantees should leverage private assets where TRUE
                                                                                       TRUE      appropriate a working environment for contingency operations. May be a
                                                                                                           TRUE     FALSE     TRUE      FALSE
               Back-up computer hardware, operating systems, and application software necessary to providewhen implementing security enhancements at privately-owned
                                                   assets where appropriate when
               Explosive-resistant trash receptacles.                                  TRUE      TRUE      TRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                               Grantees should impacts, such as column and surface TRUE implementing resistant glass, and window wraps.
                                                                                      TRUE      appropriate when FALSE FALSE FALSE
               Systems to mitigate damage from blasts, shocks, or leverage private assets where TRUE wraps, breakage/shattersecurity enhancements at privately-owned
                                               Grantees should access private assets where TRUE sensors such as door/window switches, motion sensors, acoustic s
                                                                                    TRUE         using    TRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
               Systems and standalone sensors designed to detectleverageviolations or intrusionsappropriate when implementing security enhancements at privately-owned
                                                 Grantees should leverage private assets where TRUE
                                                                                       for increased physical when implementing security enhancements at privately-owned
               Reinforced doors and gates with increased resistance to external impactTRUE                 TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                                                                                 appropriate security.
                                                Grantees should leverage private assets where TRUE
                                                                                        TRUE        appropriate ensure FALSE are usable enhancements at for possible mi
                                                                                                              TRUE      that they FALSE FALSE
               System for monitoring the presence and inflation pressure of fixed-location fire extinguishers to when implementing security and are not stolenprivately-owned
                                                   Grantees should leverage private assets building perimeters when implementing security enhancements at privately-owned
                                                                                          as where TRUE
               Fixed high-intensity lighting systems for improved visibility in areas suchTRUE               TRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                                                                                   appropriate and surveillance zones.
                                                    Should be compliant with private assets where TRUE
                                                     for control of physical access
               Locking devices and entry systemsGrantees should leverageFIPSto facilities.TRUE                  TRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                                                                                      appropriate when implementing security enhancements at privately-owned
                                                    Publication as a prerequisite for entering restricted areas TRUE
               Systems for positive identification of personnel 201-1.                    TRUE        TRUE               FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                                                                                                or accessing information systems.
                                                    Grantees from leverage private assets identification TRUE implementing security enhancements at privately-owned
                                                                                         TRUE      appropriate when FALSE FALSE FALSE
               Systems for identification of vehicles, rangingshoulddecals to radio frequencywhere TRUE (RFID) or other transponder devices.
                                                 on critical systems or infrastructure items (security systems, power FALSE etc.) to provide warning when these systems
                                                                                        TRUE      appropriate when implementing security enhancements at privately-owned
               Standalone sensors/alarms for use Grantees should leverage private assets where TRUE         TRUE      supplies, FALSE FALSE
                                               Grantees should leverage private assets where TRUE
                                                                                         TRUE                TRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
               Camera-based security systems utilizing standard, low light, or infrared technology.appropriate when implementing security enhancements at privately-owned
                                                 Grantees should vehicle-borne trafficTRUE
                                                                                       in where appropriate when asset or facility.
                                                                                                   protect physical FALSE FALSE FALSE
               Obstacles designed to channel or halt pedestrian or leverage private assetsorder toTRUE a TRUE implementing security enhancements at privately-owned
                                                 Grantees should leverage private assets where TRUE
                Devices or systems used to scan ship hulls for attached devices.     TRUE                TRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                                                                               appropriate when implementing security enhancements at privately-owned
                Includes systems for detection of Grantees should leverage private assets where TRUE
                                                   Certain sonar devices that will not TRUE       appropriate when implementing security enhancements at privately-owned
                Scanningseveral different types of objects such as vessels, personnel, and other objects.   TRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
                underwater sound wave imaging: damage the environment or                TRUE      TRUE      TRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                                  Grantees should leverage vessels. TRUE         appropriate when implementing security enhancements at privately-owned
                Deployable, modular systems for restricting the movement of private assets where TRUE      TRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                                   Grantees should leverage private assets where sealed
                                                                                         CWAs    appropriate when FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                                                                                           TRUE
                Screening system utilizing pulsed neutrons. Non-destructive detection ofTRUE in TRUE containers.implementing security enhancements at privately-owned
                                                Grantees should leverage detection TRUEof hidden TRUE
                                                                                                 appropriate when FALSE FALSE FALSE
                Radar systems designed to penetrate walls or ground to allowprivate assets whereobjects. TRUE implementing security enhancements at privately-owned
                                                  Grantees should leverage private     TRUE        appropriate when implementing security enhancements at privately-owned
                Portable X-Ray systems for use in search and screening operations. assets where TRUE         TRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
                Systems to scan vehicles/cargo forassets where appropriate when        TRUE         packagesTRUE and small) and pedestrians.
                                                   radioactive content. Various sizes for vehicles,TRUE       (large  TRUE     FALSE FALSE
                                                 Grantees should leverage private assets where TRUE
                                                                                     x-ray systems used to screen personnel and packages for hazardous privately-owned
                Fixed systems such as walk-through magnetometers and conveyor-belt TRUE                   TRUE     FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                                                                                appropriate when implementing security enhancements at materials/devic
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     FALSE     FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     FALSE     FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     FALSE     FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     FALSE     FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     FALSE     FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     FALSE     FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     FALSE     FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     FALSE     FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     FALSE     FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     FALSE     FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     FALSE     FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     FALSE     FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     FALSE     FALSE     FALSE
                Clean fuel oil and other incineration materials.                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     FALSE     FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     FALSE     FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
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                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     FALSE     FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                        TRUE
                Veterinary blood sampling supplies, including needles, syringes, blood tubes, etc. TRUE   FALSE     TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                Biohazard handling and packing containers/bags.                       TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                Ice packs for shipping and access to freezer.                         TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
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                Animal identification supplies such as back tags, marker crayons, waterproof tape and pens.FALSE    TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
isposable, Veterinary                                                                 TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
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urgical, Veterinary                                                                   TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                Plastic file boxes or filing cabinets for field use.                  TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE     TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                                                                                      TRUE
                Reference materials for specific animal management in disasters/agro-terrorism. TRUE      FALSE     TRUE      FALSE     FALSE
                                                  This category allows for the         TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      TRUE     FALSE FALSE
                                                  purchase of surface boats and        TRUE      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE
                Surface boats or vessels with appropriate specialized equipment, designed to perform prevention and response missions within port areas, waterways, dams
                                    This category allows for the
Special-purpose fixed-wing aircraft,purchase of special-purpose           TRUE      TRUE      FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE
                                     helicopters, and air-safety containers for CBRNE terrorism prevention, response, mitigation and/or remediation. Includes
                                                                        TRUE       TRUE       FALSE
Equipment used to convert and use non-medical aircraft (fixed or rotary-wing) for patient transport.     TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                        gear   TRUE    FALSE       protective FALSE
Carry bags or wearable packs for storage and transportation of personalTRUEand equipment, personal TRUE                TRUE
                                                                                                              equipment, and miscellaneous equipment.
                                                                         TRUE      TRUE      TRUE      TRUE       TRUE    FALSE
Air compressor or cascade system suitable for refilling self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) or self-contained underwater breathing apparatus (SCUBA
                                                                           TRUE      TRUE     FALSE      TRUE    FALSE
Intrinsically safe exhaust fan for ventilation of confined spaces or enclosed areas with contaminated atmospheres.            FALSE
                                                                      TRUE      TRUE
For personnel and decontamination tent use. Not for use in explosive environments.             TRUE      TRUE       TRUE      FALSE
                                                                          TRUE       TRUE
Portable and transportable containers for various fuels, including gasoline, diesel, etc.      TRUE      FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
                                                                       TRUE       TRUE      TRUE       TRUE     TRUE    FALSE
Mobile systems and equipment for the transport and distribution of potable or non-potable water. Includes pumping systems, piping, and storage containers
                                                                       TRUE       TRUE
Portable system for producing potable water, with integrated pump; battery or AC powered. TRUE           TRUE       TRUE      FALSE
                                                                          FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE
Housing for response forces (e.g. tents, shelters, rehab trailers), subsistence and sanitation (field support).    FALSE       TRUE
                                                                   TRUE
Battery powered megaphone / public address system with corded microphone.            TRUE      TRUE      TRUE       TRUE       TRUE
                                                                          TRUE     TRUE
Overpack container, used to consolidate a load or facilitate handling of packages or cargo. FALSE        TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                    temperature control (cooling) for pharmaceuticals, vaccines, other allowable items.
                                                                         TRUE      TRUE      TRUE       TRUE       TRUE     FALSE
Refrigerator/freezer for maintainingAllowable if used to maintain pharmaceuticals, reagents, and reagents, samples, or evidence.
                                 Allowable if used to maintain pharmaceuticals, reagents, and other allowable items.
                                                                      TRUE        area    TRUE       device TRUE       FALSE
Devices used to continuously monitor the temperature and/or humidity of a storageTRUEor refrigerationTRUE to ensure that contents do not exceed storage
                                For use in support of allowable programmatic TRUE
                                                                           and movement devices such as portable forklifts, FALSEresponse to CBRNE terr
                                                                                             FALSE      TRUE       bulk supplies in
Equipment for movement of bulk material, including pallets, pallet lifting TRUE activities such as the handling ofFALSE dollies, rigging, cargoanetting, and l
Field cart for transporting tools, equipment, or personnel.               TRUE       TRUE      FALSE     TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
Hazardous material shipping containers.                                   TRUE       TRUE      FALSE     TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
Storage containers.                                                       TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      TRUE       TRUE      FALSE
                                                                             TRUE      TRUE
Portable air cylinder carts for carrying spare breathing air cylinders to forward locations.   TRUE      TRUE       TRUE      FALSE
                                                                           TRUE       TRUE
Portable carts for transporting gas cylinders (not breathing air) to forward locations.        FALSE     TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                  This item or softwall (command andTRUE triage, evidence protection, etc.).
                                                                        control, TRUE       TRUE        TRUE       FALSE
Rapidly deployable shelter systems, hardwalldoes not include any fixed construction; only portable shelters are allowable.    FALSE
Environmental control system for shelters.                                TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      TRUE      FALSE      FALSE
                                                                          TRUE      TRUE       TRUE        TRUE
An integrated system for providing collective protection against radiological, chemical, and biological threats.   FALSE      FALSE
                                                                        TRUE        TRUE     TRUE      FALSE FALSE
Equipment for fingerprint processing, including Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) interface equipment.
                                   Actual explosive material is not                                                           FALSE
                                   allowable, and must be               TRUE
Tactical entry equipment. Does not include explosive material or weapons.           TRUE     TRUE      FALSE FALSE            FALSE
                                                                      system TRUE     TRUE        FALSE FALSE FALSE
The Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (MILES) is a trainingTRUE that provides a realistic environment for responders involved in training exerc
                                Includes, but specific training or volunteer assignments for CERT, Neighborhood Watch, TRUE MRC, and Fire Corps.
                                                                         TRUE      CCP     FALSE     TRUE      TRUE        VIPS,
Equipment not covered elsewhere that relates tois not limited to, whistles, badges,TRUEpatches, program clothing, vests, duct tape, cutting devices, poncho
                                                                       TRUE        to supervise construction/installation of allowable equipment.
Use of consultants in the design of customized versions of allowable equipment, orTRUE      TRUE       TRUE       TRUE        FALSE
                                                                      TRUE
Installation costs for authorized equipment purchased through G&T grants.            TRUE      TRUE      TRUE       TRUE      FALSE
                                     Grant allowable be used to cover TRUE        TRUE        leasing/rental period TRUE
Leasing (or rental) of space for storage offunds may equipment item. only that portion of the TRUE
                                     Maintenance contracts are                                           TRUE                 TRUE
                                                                                                                    that occurs during the grant project period.
                                     allowable the for authorized
Maintenance on equipment acquired through onlyHomeland Defense Equipment Reuse (HDER) Program.
                                                                       TRUE       TRUE        TRUE       TRUE       TRUE      FALSE
                                Maintenance                         only for TRUE    TRUE     TRUE      through FALSE
Vehicle and equipment maintenance packages. contracts are allowable TRUE authorized equipment purchased TRUE G&T grants and/or acquired throug
                                                                      FALSE FALSE FALSE            OperationsTRUE
Necessary equipment and supplies to establish and maintain a Joint Information Center or Emergency FALSE              FALSE
                                                                                                              Center. Includes equipment necessary to
Shipping costs for equipment purchased with grant funding.                TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      TRUE       TRUE       TRUE
Sales tax on equipment purchased with grant funding.                      TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      TRUE       TRUE       TRUE
                               DHS encourages vendors or local entities.
                                                                   TRUE      TRUE     TRUE     TRUE      TRUE      FALSE
Training on CBRNE and cyber security equipment bythe use of Domestic Preparedness Equipment Technical Assistance Program (DPETAP) for equipment
                                                                     TRUE       TRUE      TRUE      TRUE     TRUE      item also
Programming and technical assistance for bringing systems into compliance with the Global Justice XML Data Model. This FALSE includes training for pro
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                                  Nebraska Homeland Security Grant Program

  County / Region Name:                                               2007 Grant Request Total:      $        -

                                                                      Eqiupment Request Total:       $        -

State Agency:                                                                PET Request Total:      $        -


Project Type:                    Local                       Tribal                   Regional


FY 2007 Grant Fund:                                                    New Project or
                                                                       Continuation (YR):

State Initiative:


Project Name:


Project #: 1                   EQUIPMENT        PET          NEXT       SUMMARY


                                                        I. BASELINE
        I.A. Baseline - FY 2006 Request Name and Funding

        If the Investment was included in the FY 2006 HSGP request, please provide the name of this Investment and
        the total amount of FY 2006 HSGP funding that was dedicated to this Investment, if any.




        FY 2006 HSGP funding:


        I.B: Baseline - Description

        Provide a summary description of the current state of this Investment, its objectives, and any outcomes that
        will be completed prior to the application of FY 2007 HSGP funds. Describe the capability gap(s) that this
        Investment is intended to address. Discuss why this Investment was selected over other options.
                                        II. ENHANCEMENT PLAN - STRATEGY

II.A. Enhancement Plan

Explain how this Investment supports Initiatives in the Program and Capability Enhancement Plan. Please
reference relevant page numbers in the Enhancement Plan.




II.B: List up to four National Priority(ies) this Project primarily supports.

National Priority 1                                                       National Priority 2




National Priorty 3                                                        National Priority 4




II.C: Target Capability(ies). Select the from the list of Target Capabilities this Project primarily supports.

Primary Target Capability




Primary Target Capability Narrative




Secondary Target Capability (1)                                           Secondary Target Capability (2)




Secondary Target Capability (3)                                           Secondary Target Capability (4)




II.D. Select One Goal and up to Two Objectives that support this Project. Click in the box and select from the Dropdown
Menu.

                                                         Primary Goal




                                                      Primary Objective




                                                    Secondary Objective
Explain how the Project will support the goals and objectives from the State Homeland Security Strategy.




                                                III. REGIONALIZATION
III.A: Describe the geographic area(s) this Project covers and how funding this Investment will enhance Homeland
Security and emergency response within your area of common interest.




III.B: Define the collaboration you have established with other jurisdictions (inter- and intra-State) within your Region
that supports this project.




                             IV. FUNDING, IMPLEMENTATION PLAN & SUSTAINMENT

IV.A: Project Funding Plan

                              EQUIPMENT & PET BUDGET WORKSHEET SUMMARY

                                FY 2007 Homeland Security Grant Program Request

                                              Investment Total            $                            -

                             Equipment     Planning        Exercise           Training       M&A               TOTALS

Equipment Detail                     -                                                                     $            -

PET Detail                                            -               -                  -         -       $            -
IV.B: Provide Benchmark detail and dates for the implementation of this Project.

                                                                                         Start Date:
        Benchmark #1
                                                                                          End Date:



        Related
        Activities




                                                                                         Start Date:
        Benchmark #2
                                                                                          End Date:



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        Activities




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                                                                                          End Date:



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        Activities




IV.C: Describe your long-term sustainability and maintenance plans for the Project after your FY 2007 HSGP funds have
been expended.




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                                        Nebraska Homeland Security Grant Program

                                                  Equipment Budget Detail

County / Regional Name:                                                        Grant Fund:

State Agency:                                                               Equipment Total:        $                -

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                                  Nebraska Homeland Security Grant Program

County / Region Name:                                                 2007 Grant Request Total:

                                                                      Eqiupment Request Total:

State Agency:                                                                PET Request Total:


Project Type:                    Local                       Tribal


FY 2007 Grant Fund:                                                    New Project or
                                                                       Continuation (YR):

State Initiative:


Project Name:


Project #: 2                    RETURN      EQUIPMENT         PET          NEXT


                                                        I. BASELINE
        I.A: Baseline - FY 2006 Request Name and Funding

        If the Investment was included in the FY 2006 HSGP request, please provide the name of this
        the total amount of FY 2006 HSGP funding that was dedicated to this Investment, if any.




        FY 2006 HSGP funding:


        I.B: Baseline - Description

        Provide a summary description of the current state of this Investment, its objectives, and any
        will be completed prior to the application of FY 2007 HSGP funds. Describe the capability gap
        Investment is intended to address. Discuss why this Investment was selected over other opt
                                       II. ENHANCEMENT PLAN - STRATEGY

II.A. Enhancement Plan

Explain how this Investment supports Initiatives in the Program and Capability Enhancemen
reference relevant page numbers in the Enhancement Plan.




II.B: List up to four National Priority(ies) this Project primarily supports.
National Priority 1                                                      National Priority 2




National Priorty 3                                                       National Priority 4




II.C: Target Capability(ies). Select the from the list of Target Capabilities this Project primarily support

Primary Target Capability

Animal Health Emergency Support



Primary Target Capability Narrative




Secondary Target Capability (1)                                          Secondary Target Capability (2)




Secondary Target Capability (3)                                          Secondary Target Capability (4)




II.D: Select One Goal and up to Two Objectives that support this Project. Click in the box and select fro
Menu.

                                                        Primary Goal
                                                  Primary Objective




                                                Secondary Objective




Explain how the Project will support the goals and objectives from the State Homeland Security Strateg




                                               III. REGIONALIZATION
III.A: Describe the geographic area(s) this Project covers and how funding this Investment will enhanc
Security and emergency response within your area of common interest.
III.B: Define the collaboration you have established with other jurisdictions (inter- and intra-State) wit
that supports this project.




                             IV. FUNDING, IMPLEMENTATION PLAN & SUSTAINMENT

IV.A: Project Funding Plan

                              EQUIPMENT & PET BUDGET WORKSHEET SUMMARY

                               FY 2007 Homeland Security Grant Program Request
                                             Investment Total           $                  -

                          Equipment       Planning       Exercise           Training

Equipment Detail                   -
PET Detail                                           -              -                  -




IV.B: Provide Benchmark detail and dates for the implementation of this Project.


        Benchmark #1




        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #2




        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #3




        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #4




        Related
        Activities
        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #5




        Related
        Activities




IV.C: Describe your long-term sustainability and maintenance plans for the Project after your FY 2007
been expended.




        Return              Equipment Worksheet              PET Worksheet
Grant Program

07 Grant Request Total:    $        -

upment Request Total:      $        -

    PET Request Total:     $        -


             Regional

ew Project or
ontinuation (YR):




             SUMMARY




ase provide the name of this Investment and
 this Investment, if any.




ment, its objectives, and any outcomes that
. Describe the capability gap(s) that this
was selected over other options.
TRATEGY



and Capability Enhancement Plan. Please
ational Priority 2




ational Priority 4




 this Project primarily supports.




 condary Target Capability (2)




 condary Target Capability (4)




. Click in the box and select from the Dropdown
tate Homeland Security Strategy.




N
ng this Investment will enhance Homeland
ions (inter- and intra-State) within your Region




N & SUSTAINMENT



SHEET SUMMARY

Program Request
                         -

             M&A                 TOTALS
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s Project.

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the Project after your FY 2007 HSGP funds have




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                                        Nebraska Homeland Security G

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County / Regional Name:

State Agency:

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a Homeland Security Grant Program

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County / Region Name:                                                 2007 Grant Request Total:

                                                                      Eqiupment Request Total:

State Agency:                                                                PET Request Total:


Project Type:                    Local                       Tribal


FY 2007 Grant Fund:                      SHSP                          New Project or
                                                                       Continuation (YR):

State Initiative:


Project Name:


Project #: 3                    RETURN      EQUIPMENT         PET          NEXT


                                                        I. BASELINE
        I.A: Baseline - FY 2006 Request Name and Funding

        If the Investment was included in the FY 2006 HSGP request, please provide the name of this
        the total amount of FY 2006 HSGP funding that was dedicated to this Investment, if any.




        FY 2006 HSGP funding:


        I.B: Baseline - Description

        Provide a summary description of the current state of this Investment, its objectives, and any
        will be completed prior to the application of FY 2007 HSGP funds. Describe the capability gap
        Investment is intended to address. Discuss why this Investment was selected over other opt
                                       II. ENHANCEMENT PLAN - STRATEGY

II.A. Enhancement Plan

Explain how this Investment supports Initiatives in the Program and Capability Enhancemen
reference relevant page numbers in the Enhancement Plan.




II.B: List up to four National Priority(ies) this Project primarily supports.
National Priority 1                                                      National Priority 2




National Priorty 3                                                       National Priority 4




II.C: Target Capability(ies). Select the from the list of Target Capabilities this Project primarily support


Primary Target Capability

Animal Health Emergency Support


Primary Target Capability Narrative




Secondary Target Capability (1)                                          Secondary Target Capability (2)

Animal Health Emergency Support                                          Mass Care (Sheltering, Feeding,
                                                                         Services)

Secondary Target Capability (3)                                          Secondary Target Capability (4)

Public Health Epidemiological Investigation and                          Citizen Protection: Evacuation an
Laboratory Testing                                                       Protection

II.D: Select One Goal and up to Two Objectives that support this Project. Click in the box and select fro
Menu.

                                                        Primary Goal
GOAL A: (RESPONSE) Emergency Operations Plans will be used as the basis for planning, training, an
activities at the State and Local Levels.
                                                  Primary Objective
Objective A.1 Exercises will test plans, policies, and procedures included in the Emergency Operations
Mar. 2007.



                                                Secondary Objective
Objective B.1 State agencies and local jurisdictions involved in the Homeland Security Process will de
Year Comprehensive, Progressive Planning, Exercise and Training Plan to include all Planning, Exercis
events being planned


Explain how the Project will support the goals and objectives from the State Homeland Security Strateg




                                               III. REGIONALIZATION
III.A: Describe the geographic area(s) this Project covers and how funding this Investment will enhanc
Security and emergency response within your area of common interest.
III.B: Define the collaboration you have established with other jurisdictions (inter- and intra-State) wit
that supports this project.




                           IV. FUNDING, IMPLEMENTATION PLAN & SUSTAINMENT

IV.A: Project Funding Plan

                             EQUIPMENT & PET BUDGET WORKSHEET SUMMARY

                               FY 2007 Homeland Security Grant Program Request
                                             Investment Total           $                  -

                          Equipment       Planning       Exercise           Training

Equipment Detail                   -
PET Detail                                           -              -                  -




IV.B: Provide Benchmark detail and dates for the implementation of this Project.


        Benchmark #1




        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #2




        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #3




        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #4




        Related
        Activities
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        Activities




        Benchmark #5




        Related
        Activities




IV.C: Describe your long-term sustainability and maintenance plans for the Project after your FY 2007
been expended.




        Return              Equipment Worksheet              PET Worksheet
Grant Program

07 Grant Request Total:    $        -

upment Request Total:      $        -

    PET Request Total:     $        -


             Regional

ew Project or
ontinuation (YR):




             SUMMARY




ase provide the name of this Investment and
 this Investment, if any.




ment, its objectives, and any outcomes that
. Describe the capability gap(s) that this
was selected over other options.
TRATEGY



and Capability Enhancement Plan. Please
ational Priority 2




ational Priority 4




 this Project primarily supports.




 condary Target Capability (2)

ass Care (Sheltering, Feeding, and Related
 rvices)

 condary Target Capability (4)

tizen Protection: Evacuation and/or In-Place
otection

t. Click in the box and select from the Dropdown




 basis for planning, training, and exercise
d in the Emergency Operations Plans. On going




eland Security Process will develop a Five (5)
to include all Planning, Exercise and Training



tate Homeland Security Strategy.




N
ng this Investment will enhance Homeland
ions (inter- and intra-State) within your Region




N & SUSTAINMENT



SHEET SUMMARY

Program Request
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s Project.

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the Project after your FY 2007 HSGP funds have




           Next Project        Summary Sheet
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County / Regional Name:

State Agency:

Project Name:

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a Homeland Security Grant Program

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                                  Nebraska Homeland Security Grant Program

County / Region Name:                                                 2007 Grant Request Total:

                                                                      Eqiupment Request Total:

State Agency:                                                                PET Request Total:


Project Type:                    Local                       Tribal


FY 2007 Grant Fund:                                                    New Project or
                                                                       Continuation (YR):

State Initiative:


Project Name:


Project #: 4                    RETURN      EQUIPMENT         PET          NEXT


                                                        I. BASELINE
        I.A. Baseline - FY 2006 Request Name and Funding

        If the Investment was included in the FY 2006 HSGP request, please provide the name of this
        the total amount of FY 2006 HSGP funding that was dedicated to this Investment, if any.




        FY 2006 HSGP funding:


        I.B. Baseline - Description

        Provide a summary description of the current state of this Investment, its objectives, and any
        will be completed prior to the application of FY 2007 HSGP funds. Describe the capability gap
        Investment is intended to address. Discuss why this Investment was selected over other opt
                                            II. Enhancement Plan - Strategy

II.A. Enhancement Plan

Explain how this Investment supports Initiatives in the Program and Capability Enhancemen
reference relevant page numbers in the Enhancement Plan.




II.B: List up to four National Priority(ies) this Project primarily supports.
National Priority 1                                                      National Priority 2




National Priorty 3                                                       National Priority 4




II.C: Target Capability(ies). Select the from the list of Target Capabilities this Project primarily support


Primary Target Capability




Primary Target Capability Narrative




Secondary Target Capability (1)                                          Secondary Target Capability (2)




Secondary Target Capability (3)                                          Secondary Target Capability (4)




II.D: Select One Goal and up to Two Objectives that support this Project. Click in the box and select fro
Menu.

                                                        Primary Goal
                                                  Primary Objective




                                                Secondary Objective




Explain how the Project will support the goals and objectives from the State Homeland Security Strateg




                                               III. REGIONALIZATION
III.A: Describe the geographic area(s) this Project covers and how funding this Investment will enhanc
Security and emergency response within your area of common interest.
III.B: Define the collaboration you have established with other jurisdictions (inter- and intra-State) wit
that supports this project.




                           IV. FUNDING, IMPLEMENTATION PLAN & SUSTAINMENT

IV.A: Project Funding Plan

                             EQUIPMENT & PET BUDGET WORKSHEET SUMMARY

                               FY 2007 Homeland Security Grant Program Request
                                             Investment Total           $                  -

                          Equipment       Planning       Exercise           Training

Equipment Detail                   -
PET Detail                                           -              -                  -




IV.B: Provide Benchmark detail and dates for the implementation of this Project.


        Benchmark #1




        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #2




        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #3




        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #4




        Related
        Activities
        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #5




        Related
        Activities




IV.C: Describe your long-term sustainability and maintenance plans for the Project after your FY 2007
been expended.




        Return              Equipment Worksheet              PET Worksheet
Grant Program

07 Grant Request Total:    $        -

upment Request Total:      $        -

    PET Request Total:     $        -


             Regional

ew Project or
ontinuation (YR):




             SUMMARY




ase provide the name of this Investment and
 this Investment, if any.




ment, its objectives, and any outcomes that
. Describe the capability gap(s) that this
was selected over other options.
trategy



and Capability Enhancement Plan. Please
ational Priority 2




ational Priority 4




s this Project primarily supports.




 condary Target Capability (2)




 condary Target Capability (4)




t. Click in the box and select from the Dropdown
tate Homeland Security Strategy.




N
ng this Investment will enhance Homeland
ions (inter- and intra-State) within your Region




N & SUSTAINMENT



SHEET SUMMARY

Program Request
                         -

             M&A                 TOTALS
                             $            -
                     -       $            -




s Project.

             Start Date:

             End Date:




             Start Date:

             End Date:




             Start Date:

             End Date:




             Start Date:

             End Date:
                 Start Date:

                  End Date:




the Project after your FY 2007 HSGP funds have




           Next Project        Summary Sheet
                                        Nebraska Homeland Security G

                                                  Equipment Budget De

County / Regional Name:

State Agency:

Project Name:

Project #: 4              RETURN        PET       NEXT



AEL Code                           AEL Category
a Homeland Security Grant Program

 Equipment Budget Detail

                               Grant Fund:

                             Equipment Total:       $                -




              SUMMARY         AEL




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                                                              PET Budget De

   County / Regional Name:


   State Agency:


    Project Name:


    Project #: 4                 RETURN         EQUIPMENT




Solution Areas               Line Item Description




   Planning




   Exercise




    Training
Training




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           DISCIPLINE SUBTOTALS
Nebraska Homeland Security Grant Program

  PET Budget Detail

                                   Grant Fund:


                                    PET Total:




    NEXT        SUMMARY



                                            Disciplines
$   -   $   -   $   -   $   -
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iplines

                              TOTALS


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                                  Nebraska Homeland Security Grant Program

County / Region Name:                                                 2007 Grant Request Total:

                                                                      Eqiupment Request Total:

State Agency:                                                                PET Request Total:


Project Type:                    Local                       Tribal


FY 2007 Grant Fund:                                                    New Project or
                                                                       Continuation (YR):

State Initiative:


Project Name:


Project #: 5                    RETURN      EQUIPMENT         PET          NEXT


                                                        I. BASELINE
        I.A. Baseline - FY 2006 Request Name and Funding

        If the Investment was included in the FY 2006 HSGP request, please provide the name of this
        the total amount of FY 2006 HSGP funding that was dedicated to this Investment, if any.




        FY 2006 HSGP funding:


        I.B. Baseline - Description

        Provide a summary description of the current state of this Investment, its objectives, and any
        will be completed prior to the application of FY 2007 HSGP funds. Describe the capability gap
        Investment is intended to address. Discuss why this Investment was selected over other opt
                                       II. ENHANCEMENT PLAN - STRATEGY

II.A. Enhancement Plan

Explain how this Investment supports Initiatives in the Program and Capability Enhancemen
reference relevant page numbers in the Enhancement Plan.




II.B: List up to four National Priority(ies) this Project primarily supports.
National Priority 1                                                      National Priority 2




National Priorty 3                                                       National Priority 4




II.C: Target Capability(ies). Select the from the list of Target Capabilities this Project primarily support


Primary Target Capability




Primary Target Capability Narrative




Secondary Target Capability (1)                                          Secondary Target Capability (2)




Secondary Target Capability (3)                                          Secondary Target Capability (4)




II.D. Select One Goal and up to Two Objectives that support this Project. Click in the box and select fro
Menu.

                                                        Primary Goal
                                                  Primary Objective




                                                Secondary Objective




Explain how the Project will support the goals and objectives from the State Homeland Security Strateg




                                               III. REGIONALIZATION
III.A: Describe the geographic area(s) this Project covers and how funding this Investment will enhanc
Security and emergency response within your area of common interest.
III.B: Define the collaboration you have established with other jurisdictions (inter- and intra-State) wit
that supports this project.




                             IV. FUNDING, IMPLEMENTATION PLAN & SUSTAINMENT

IV.A: Project Funding Plan
                           EQUIPMENT & PET BUDGET WORKSHEET SUMMARY

                              FY 2007 Homeland Security Grant Program Request

                                             Investment Total           $                  -

                          Equipment       Planning       Exercise           Training

Equipment Detail                   -
PET Detail                                           -              -                  -




IV.B: Provide Benchmark detail and dates for the implementation of this Project.


        Benchmark #1




        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #2




        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #3




        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #4
        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #5




        Related
        Activities




IV.C: Describe your long-term sustainability and maintenance plans for the Project after your FY 2007
been expended.




        Return              Equipment Worksheet              PET Worksheet
Grant Program

07 Grant Request Total:    $        -

upment Request Total:      $        -

    PET Request Total:     $        -


             Regional

ew Project or
ontinuation (YR):




             SUMMARY




ase provide the name of this Investment and
 this Investment, if any.




ment, its objectives, and any outcomes that
. Describe the capability gap(s) that this
was selected over other options.
TRATEGY



and Capability Enhancement Plan. Please
ational Priority 2




ational Priority 4




 this Project primarily supports.




 condary Target Capability (2)




 condary Target Capability (4)




 Click in the box and select from the Dropdown
tate Homeland Security Strategy.




N
ng this Investment will enhance Homeland
ions (inter- and intra-State) within your Region




N & SUSTAINMENT
SHEET SUMMARY

Program Request

                         -

             M&A                 TOTALS
                             $            -
                     -       $            -




s Project.

             Start Date:

             End Date:




             Start Date:

             End Date:




             Start Date:

             End Date:




             Start Date:

             End Date:
                 Start Date:

                  End Date:




the Project after your FY 2007 HSGP funds have




           Next Project        Summary Sheet
                                        Nebraska Homeland Security G

                                                  Equipment Budget De

County / Regional Name:

State Agency:

Project Name:

Project #: 5              RETURN        PET       NEXT



AEL Code                           AEL Category
a Homeland Security Grant Program

 Equipment Budget Detail

                               Grant Fund:

                             Equipment Total:       $                -




              SUMMARY         AEL




                            Quantity   Unit Price       Discipline
                        Sub-Total
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                        Sub-Total
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                        Sub-Total
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                        Sub-Total

                 PROJECT TOTAL
PROJECT TOTAL
SUBTOTALS

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                                                            Nebraska Homela

                                                              PET Budget De

   County / Regional Name:


   State Agency:


    Project Name:


    Project #: 5                 RETURN         EQUIPMENT




Solution Areas               Line Item Description




   Planning




   Exercise




    Training
Training




 M&A




           DISCIPLINE SUBTOTALS
Nebraska Homeland Security Grant Program

  PET Budget Detail

                                   Grant Fund:


                                    PET Total:




    NEXT        SUMMARY



                                            Disciplines
$   -   $   -   $   -   $   -
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iplines

                              TOTALS


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                                  Nebraska Homeland Security Grant Program

County / Region Name:                                                 2007 Grant Request Total:

                                                                      Eqiupment Request Total:

State Agency:                                                                PET Request Total:


Project Type:                    Local                       Tribal


FY 2007 Grant Fund:                                                    New Project or
                                                                       Continuation (YR):

State Initiative:


Project Name:


Project #: 6                    RETURN      EQUIPMENT         PET          NEXT


                                                        I. BASELINE
        I.A: Baseline - FY 2006 Request Name and Funding

        If the Investment was included in the FY 2006 HSGP request, please provide the name of this
        the total amount of FY 2006 HSGP funding that was dedicated to this Investment, if any.




        FY 2006 HSGP funding:


        I.B: Baseline - Description

        Provide a summary description of the current state of this Investment, its objectives, and any
        will be completed prior to the application of FY 2007 HSGP funds. Describe the capability gap
        Investment is intended to address. Discuss why this Investment was selected over other opt
                                        II. ENHANCEMENT PLAN - STRATEGY

II.A. Enhancement Plan

Explain how this Investment supports Initiatives in the Program and Capability Enhancemen
reference relevant page numbers in the Enhancement Plan.




II.B. List up to four National Priority(ies) this Project primarily supports.
National Priority 1                                                      National Priority 2




National Priorty 3                                                       National Priority 4




II.C. Target Capability(ies). Select the from the list of Target Capabilities this Project primarily supports

Primary Target Capability




Primary Target Capability Narrative




Secondary Target Capability (1)                                          Secondary Target Capability (2)




Secondary Target Capability (3)                                          Secondary Target Capability (4)




II.D. Select One Goal and up to Two Objectives that support this Project. Click in the box and select fro
Menu.

                                                        Primary Goal
                                                  Primary Objective




                                                Secondary Objective




Explain how the Project will support the goals and objectives from the State Homeland Security Strateg




                                               III. REGIONALIZATION
III.A: Describe the geographic area(s) this Project covers and how funding this Investment will enhanc
Security and emergency response within your area of common interest.
III.B: Define the collaboration you have established with other jurisdictions (inter- and intra-State) wit
that supports this project.




                             IV. FUNDING, IMPLEMENTATION PLAN & SUSTAINMENT

IV.A: Project Funding Plan

                              EQUIPMENT & PET BUDGET WORKSHEET SUMMARY
                              FY 2007 Homeland Security Grant Program Request

                                             Investment Total           $                  -

                          Equipment       Planning       Exercise           Training

Equipment Detail                   -
PET Detail                                           -              -                  -




IV.B: Provide Benchmark detail and dates for the implementation of this Project.


        Benchmark #1




        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #2




        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #3




        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #4




        Related
        Activities
        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #5




        Related
        Activities




IV.C: Describe your long-term sustainability and maintenance plans for the Project after your FY 2007
been expended.




        Return              Equipment Worksheet              PET Worksheet
Grant Program

07 Grant Request Total:    $        -

upment Request Total:      $        -

    PET Request Total:     $        -


             Regional

ew Project or
ontinuation (YR):




             SUMMARY




ase provide the name of this Investment and
 this Investment, if any.




ment, its objectives, and any outcomes that
. Describe the capability gap(s) that this
was selected over other options.
TRATEGY



and Capability Enhancement Plan. Please
ational Priority 2




ational Priority 4




 this Project primarily supports.




 condary Target Capability (2)




 condary Target Capability (4)




 Click in the box and select from the Dropdown
tate Homeland Security Strategy.




N
ng this Investment will enhance Homeland
ions (inter- and intra-State) within your Region




N & SUSTAINMENT



SHEET SUMMARY
Program Request

                         -

             M&A                 TOTALS
                             $            -
                     -       $            -




s Project.

             Start Date:

             End Date:




             Start Date:

             End Date:




             Start Date:

             End Date:




             Start Date:

             End Date:
                 Start Date:

                  End Date:




the Project after your FY 2007 HSGP funds have




           Next Project        Summary Sheet
                                        Nebraska Homeland Security G

                                                  Equipment Budget De

County / Regional Name:

State Agency:

Project Name:

Project #: 6              RETURN        PET       NEXT



AEL Code                           AEL Category
a Homeland Security Grant Program

 Equipment Budget Detail

                               Grant Fund:

                             Equipment Total:       $                    -




              SUMMARY         AEL




                            Quantity   Unit Price         Discipline
                                                        CBRNE / HAZMAT
                        Sub-Total
Quantity   Unit Price   Discipline




                        Sub-Total
Quantity   Unit Price   Discipline
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Quantity   Unit Price   Discipline




                        Sub-Total
Quantity   Unit Price   Discipline




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                        Sub-Total

                 PROJECT TOTAL
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SUBTOTALS

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                                                            Nebraska Homela

                                                              PET Budget De

   County / Regional Name:


   State Agency:


    Project Name:


    Project #: 6                 RETURN         EQUIPMENT




Solution Areas               Line Item Description




   Planning




   Exercise




    Training
Training




 M&A




           DISCIPLINE SUBTOTALS
Nebraska Homeland Security Grant Program

  PET Budget Detail

                                   Grant Fund:


                                    PET Total:




    NEXT        SUMMARY



                                            Disciplines
$   -   $   -   $   -   $   -
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                                  Nebraska Homeland Security Grant Program

County / Region Name:                                                 2007 Grant Request Total:

                                                                      Eqiupment Request Total:

State Agency:                                                                PET Request Total:


Project Type:                    Local                       Tribal


FY 2007 Grant Fund:                                                    New Project or
                                                                       Continuation (YR):

State Initiative:


Project Name:


Project #: 7                    RETURN      EQUIPMENT         PET          NEXT


                                                        I. BASELINE
        I.A: Baseline - FY 2006 Request Name and Funding

        If the Investment was included in the FY 2006 HSGP request, please provide the name of this
        the total amount of FY 2006 HSGP funding that was dedicated to this Investment, if any.




        FY 2006 HSGP funding:


        I.B: Baseline - Description

        Provide a summary description of the current state of this Investment, its objectives, and any
        will be completed prior to the application of FY 2007 HSGP funds. Describe the capability gap
        Investment is intended to address. Discuss why this Investment was selected over other opt
                                        II. ENHANCEMENT PLAN - STRATEGY

II.A. Enhancement Plan

Explain how this Investment supports Initiatives in the Program and Capability Enhancemen
reference relevant page numbers in the Enhancement Plan.




II.B. List up to four National Priority(ies) this Project primarily supports.
National Priority 1                                                      National Priority 2




National Priorty 3                                                       National Priority 4




II.C. Target Capability(ies). Select the from the list of Target Capabilities this Project primarily supports

Primary Target Capability




Primary Target Capability Narrative




Secondary Target Capability (1)                                          Secondary Target Capability (2)




Secondary Target Capability (3)                                          Secondary Target Capability (4)




II.D. Select One Goal and up to Two Objectives that support this Project. Click in the box and select fro
Menu.

                                                        Primary Goal
                                                  Primary Objective




                                                Secondary Objective




Explain how the Project will support the goals and objectives from the State Homeland Security Strateg




                                               III. REGIONALIZATION
III.A: Describe the geographic area(s) this Project covers and how funding this Investment will enhanc
Security and emergency response within your area of common interest.
III.B: Define the collaboration you have established with other jurisdictions (inter- and intra-State) wit
that supports this project.




                             IV. FUNDING, IMPLEMENTATION PLAN & SUSTAINMENT

IV.A: Project Funding Plan
                           EQUIPMENT & PET BUDGET WORKSHEET SUMMARY

                              FY 2007 Homeland Security Grant Program Request

                                             Investment Total           $                  -

                          Equipment       Planning       Exercise           Training

Equipment Detail                   -
PET Detail                                           -              -                  -




IV.B: Provide Benchmark detail and dates for the implementation of this Project.


        Benchmark #1




        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #2




        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #3




        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #4
        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #5




        Related
        Activities




IV.C: Describe your long-term sustainability and maintenance plans for the Project after your FY 2007
been expended.




        Return              Equipment Worksheet              PET Worksheet
Grant Program

07 Grant Request Total:    $        -

upment Request Total:      $        -

    PET Request Total:     $        -


             Regional

ew Project or
ontinuation (YR):




             SUMMARY




ase provide the name of this Investment and
 this Investment, if any.




ment, its objectives, and any outcomes that
. Describe the capability gap(s) that this
was selected over other options.
TRATEGY



and Capability Enhancement Plan. Please
ational Priority 2




ational Priority 4




 this Project primarily supports.




 condary Target Capability (2)




 condary Target Capability (4)




 Click in the box and select from the Dropdown
tate Homeland Security Strategy.




N
ng this Investment will enhance Homeland
ions (inter- and intra-State) within your Region




N & SUSTAINMENT
SHEET SUMMARY

Program Request

                         -

             M&A                 TOTALS
                             $            -
                     -       $            -




s Project.

             Start Date:

             End Date:




             Start Date:

             End Date:




             Start Date:

             End Date:




             Start Date:

             End Date:
                 Start Date:

                  End Date:




the Project after your FY 2007 HSGP funds have




           Next Project        Summary Sheet
                                         Nebraska Homeland Security G

                                                     Equipment Budget De

County / Regional Name:

State Agency:

Project Name:

Project #: 7               RETURN        PET        NEXT



AEL Code                            AEL Category
                          (1) Personal Protective Equipment
a Homeland Security Grant Program

 Equipment Budget Detail

                               Grant Fund:

                             Equipment Total:       $                -




              SUMMARY         AEL




uipment                     Quantity   Unit Price       Discipline
                        Sub-Total
Quantity   Unit Price   Discipline




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Quantity   Unit Price   Discipline
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Quantity   Unit Price   Discipline




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                                                            Nebraska Homela

                                                              PET Budget De

   County / Regional Name:


   State Agency:


    Project Name:


    Project #: 7                 RETURN         EQUIPMENT




Solution Areas               Line Item Description




   Planning




   Exercise




    Training
Training




 M&A




           DISCIPLINE SUBTOTALS
Nebraska Homeland Security Grant Program

  PET Budget Detail

                                   Grant Fund:


                                    PET Total:




    NEXT        SUMMARY



                                            Disciplines
$   -   $   -   $   -   $   -
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                                  Nebraska Homeland Security Grant Program

County / Region Name:                                                 2007 Grant Request Total:

                                                                      Eqiupment Request Total:

State Agency:                                                                PET Request Total:


Project Type:                    Local                       Tribal


FY 2007 Grant Fund:                                                    New Project or
                                                                       Continuation (YR):

State Initiative:


Project Name:


Project #: 8                    RETURN      EQUIPMENT         PET       SUMMARY


                                                        I. BASELINE
        I.A: Baseline - FY 2006 Request Name and Funding

        If the Investment was included in the FY 2006 HSGP request, please provide the name of this
        the total amount of FY 2006 HSGP funding that was dedicated to this Investment, if any.




        FY 2006 HSGP funding:


        I.B: Baseline - Description

        Provide a summary description of the current state of this Investment, its objectives, and any
        will be completed prior to the application of FY 2007 HSGP funds. Describe the capability gap
        Investment is intended to address. Discuss why this Investment was selected over other opt
                                        II. ENHANCEMENT PLAN - STRATEGY

II.A. Enhancement Plan

Explain how this Investment supports Initiatives in the Program and Capability Enhancemen
reference relevant page numbers in the Enhancement Plan.




II.B. List up to four National Priority(ies) this Project primarily supports.
National Priority 1                                                      National Priority 2




National Priorty 3                                                       National Priority 4




II.C. Target Capability(ies). Select the from the list of Target Capabilities this Project primarily supports

Primary Target Capability




Primary Target Capability Narrative




Secondary Target Capability (1)                                          Secondary Target Capability (2)




Secondary Target Capability (3)                                          Secondary Target Capability (4)




II.D. Select One Goal and up to Two Objectives that support this Project. Click in the box and select fro
Menu.

                                                        Primary Goal
                                                  Primary Objective




                                                Secondary Objective




Explain how the Project will support the goals and objectives from the State Homeland Security Strateg




                                               III. REGIONALIZATION
III.A: Describe the geographic area(s) this Project covers and how funding this Investment will enhanc
Security and emergency response within your area of common interest.
III.B: Define the collaboration you have established with other jurisdictions (inter- and intra-State) wit
that supports this project.
                             IV. FUNDING, IMPLEMENTATION PLAN & SUSTAINMENT

IV.A: Project Funding Plan

                              EQUIPMENT & PET BUDGET WORKSHEET SUMMARY

                               FY 2007 Homeland Security Grant Program Request

                                             Investment Total           $                  -

                          Equipment       Planning       Exercise           Training

Equipment Detail                   -
PET Detail                                           -              -                  -




IV.B: Provide Benchmark detail and dates for the implementation of this Project.


        Benchmark #1




        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #2




        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #3




        Related
        Activities
        Benchmark #4




        Related
        Activities




        Benchmark #5




        Related
        Activities




IV.C: Describe your long-term sustainability and maintenance plans for the Project after your FY 2007
been expended.




        Return              Equipment Worksheet              PET Worksheet
Grant Program

07 Grant Request Total:    $        -

upment Request Total:      $        -

    PET Request Total:     $        -


             Regional

ew Project or
ontinuation (YR):




ase provide the name of this Investment and
 this Investment, if any.




ment, its objectives, and any outcomes that
. Describe the capability gap(s) that this
was selected over other options.
TRATEGY



and Capability Enhancement Plan. Please
ational Priority 2




ational Priority 4




 this Project primarily supports.




 condary Target Capability (2)




 condary Target Capability (4)




 Click in the box and select from the Dropdown
tate Homeland Security Strategy.




N
ng this Investment will enhance Homeland
ions (inter- and intra-State) within your Region
N & SUSTAINMENT



SHEET SUMMARY

Program Request

                         -

             M&A                 TOTALS
                             $            -
                     -       $            -




s Project.

             Start Date:

             End Date:




             Start Date:

             End Date:




             Start Date:

             End Date:
                 Start Date:

                  End Date:




                 Start Date:

                  End Date:




the Project after your FY 2007 HSGP funds have




                               Summary Sheet
                                        Nebraska Homeland Security G

                                                  Equipment Budget De

County / Regional Name:

State Agency:

Project Name:

Project #: 8              RETURN        PET         SUMMARY



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a Homeland Security Grant Program

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                               Grant Fund:

                             Equipment Total:       $                -




    SUMMARY          AEL




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    Project Name:


    Project #: 8                 RETURN         EQUIPMENT




Solution Areas               Line Item Description




   Planning




   Exercise




    Training
Training




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           DISCIPLINE SUBTOTALS
Nebraska Homeland Security Grant Program

  PET Budget Detail

                                   Grant Fund:


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  SUMMARY



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