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					10EMPG Application Checklist

    READ JIM MULLEN'S MEMORANDUM, dtd January 22, 2010
    NOTICE OF INTENT: respond to Application Announcement or email c.anderson@emd.wa.gov informing state of your intent to apply ASAP.
    REVIEW APPLICATION GUIDANCE
    COMPLETE EXCEL APPLICATION WORK BOOK
        Complete Administrative Information
        Complete or Attach Organizational Chart (If using your own organizational chart, please scan and attach to the email when submitting
        Complete Local Budget & Narrative
        Complete Personnel Information
        Complete Scope of Work
    EMAIL APPLICATION TO CHARMA ANDERSON at c.anderson@emd.wa.gov by 1159PM, February 26, 2010
        Include the following in email submittal
             Excel Application Workbook
             Organizational Chart, if you choose to use your own
             Resolution or Ordinance establishing emergency management organization
             Indirect Agreement

State Point of Contacts
     Charma Anderson, Program Manager, 253-512-7064, c.anderson@emd.wa.gov
     Sierra Wardell, Program Coordinator, 253-512-7121, s.wardell@emd.wa.gov
     Don MacSparran, Section Manager, 253-512-7468, d.macsparran@emd.wa.gov

Note: This checklist is for applicant use only and does not need to be completed.
g state of your intent to apply ASAP.




nd attach to the email when submitting your application.)




February 26, 2010
                           2010 EMPG Washington Local/Tribal Application
                                                    Due Date: February 26, 2010
                                                 APPLICANT INFORMATION
                              Note: This information will be used for Page 1 of your Award Contract.

 1      Emergency Management Agency
                              Address Line 1
                    2         Address Line 2
                              Address Line 3

        Emergency Management Director
3
                         Telephone Number                                                        Email

          Award Contract Contact Person
4
                         Telephone Number                                                        Email

         5    DUNS #                                   6     UBI #                           7   TIN #
                8        Legislative Districts                           9   Congressional Districts

                                        Award Contract Signatory
                                                  Signatory's Title
10
                                   Second Signatory (if required)
                                             2nd Signatory's Title



11        Comments



                                                           INSTRUCTIONS
 1 Enter the official name of your organization as it appears on legal documents.
 2 Enter the full mailing address of your organization.
   Enter the name of your Emergency Management Director for informational purposes only, information may not appear in award
 3
   contract.
 4 Enter the name of your main point of contact for the EMPG grant award contract.

 5 Enter your organization's Duns and Bradstreet Number, your finance office should have this information. The number is a new
   requirement for award contracts.
 6 Enter your state revenue number.
 7 Enter your tax identification number.
 8 Enter your legislative service district(s).
 9 Enter your congressional service districts(s).
   Enter the award contract signatory(ies) official name(s) and title(s). Some organizations require more than one signature. If an
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   additional page is required, provide it during the award contracting process. Do not provide it at this time.
11 Enter any comments, concerns or suggestions you have regarding the 10EMPG application process.



If you have questions,   Charma Anderson, EMPG Program Manager, 253-512-7064, c.anderson@emd.wa.gov
    please contact:
If you have questions,
    please contact:      Sierra Wardell, EMPG Program Coordinator, 253-512-7121, s.wardell@emd.wa.gov
                                                     2010 EMPG Application
            Agency Name:
                                                  ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

                                                             Director


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                                                          INSTRUCTIONS
1) Please enter agency's name at the top. 2)Complete the chart by typing in the emergency management employees' names and titles. 3) If
you would like to provide an Organizational Chart in your own format, you may do so. HOWEVER: The chart must be current, readable and
print out, if possible, on one page. It's very important the document is easy to read.
                                                                2010 EMPG Application
                                              Local Emergency Management Budget and Narrative
          Agency:
                                      2010 Locally         Anticipated
                                        Funded           10EMPG Budget                Total Local
                                       Emergency            Estimated                Emergency
                                      Management         10EMPG Award                Management
        CATEGORY                        Budget            $            -                Budget                                    Narrative
Salaries and Benefits
In-Direct Costs
Travel
Equipment
Supplies
Telephones
IT
Printing
Janitorial/Maintenance
Auto Lease
Space Rental
Insurance
Subcontractor
Other
           TOTAL                  $               -      $                -      $               -
                                                                         INSTRUCTIONS
1) Enter Agency's name at top where indicated.
2) Enter Agency's approved local emergency management budget in column labeled "2010 Locally funded Emergency Management Budget". PLEASE NOTE: Only
local, not federal, funds are to be used. The funds must cover the following timeframe: January 1, 2010 through December 31, 2010.
3) Once you have entered local budget, your estimated EMPG award amount will calculate automatically in cell C7. Indicate how you anticipate spending your EMPG
award in the column labeled "Anticipated 10EMPG Budget".
4) If you have indirect costs, an approved Indirect agreement must be included with your application. This can be done by scanning and attaching the document to
your application email.

5) For each budget category, excluding Salaries & Benefits, which will be done on the next worksheet, enter a descriptive explanation of costs. If you include "other"
costs, please breakdown the costs. The narrative should provide sufficient detail so it is clear what costs each funding source will pay for.


                                                                              GUIDELINES
Personnel (Salary and Benefits): Costs that should be included in this category are compensation for personnel services necessary to perform the agency’s
emergency management and EMPG approved activities. These include but are not limited to wages or salary plus leave, insurance, pensions, etc. provided that such
benefits are established as part of the governmental unit’s written policies and the costs are equitably allocated to all related activities.

Travel: Enter travel costs for both in-state and out-of-state travel. For travel expenses that EMPG funds will be used to pay for, federal reimbursement guidelines and
maximums must be followed. Expenses include mileage for private vehicles, air fare, car rental, toll roads, ferry fees, parking, subsistence and lodging using the
current per diem rates.
Equipment: Enter any equipment items planned for with local or EMPG funding. Approval by the State’s Equipment Subcommittee is required for equipment
purchased with EMPG funds and must be on the authorized equipment list on the Responder Knowledge Base website. Items such as
laptop computers and software, cell phones and blackberries, printers and other goods that are tied to an emergency management position and are used for office
support are not considered equipment and should be included in the supplies category of the budget.

Supplies: In general, supplies are low-cost expendable items used within one year, including but not limited to office supplies, postage, express mail, UPS, Federal
Express, internet/cable services, etc.

Telephones: Costs include recurring payments, installation and long distance charges as appropriate.

IT: Costs associated with information technology should be included here. If these costs are included in indirect, DO NOT included them here.


Printing: General copies from the governmental unit’s internal source or an external source, brochure publication and design costs, photography (aerial, CDs), etc.

Janitorial/Maintenance: Costs in this category include operation and maintenance, dust control, pest control, fire protection, HVAC/air conditioner cleaning of the
facility that houses the emergency management program.

Auto lease: Costs in this category include expenses for the lease of emergency management specific vehicles. If the vehicle is shared with other programs then the
amount included would be the proportionate cost of the lease for direct use in the emergency management program. EMPG funds can not be used to pay for general
use (general purpose, daily use, non-response) vehicle lease costs.


Space rental: Costs for facility rentals for office space and conference rooms, computer lease/rentals that are required for the emergency management program.

Insurance: Insurance purchased as a direct result of the EMPG award or required for the emergency management program.

Consultant/Subcontractor: Costs in this category would be for payment to a party engaged to give professional advice or services for a fee, but not as an employee
of the governmental unit that engages him or her. The governmental agency does not pay salary, benefits, and cannot dictate when and where the work is to be
performed.


Indirect costs: In general these costs are for a common or joint purpose benefiting more then one program or project and not readily assignable to the program or
project benefited. These costs are only allowed to be charged to the agency’s EMPG award if an approved indirect cost rate agreement is in effect and a copy is
submitted with the application. There is an area on the Budget Descriptions form where the agreement can be uploaded and attached.


Other: Costs in this category include any expenses that do not clearly fit into one of the other categories. Inter-agency direct costs could be included here.
                                                                           2010 EMPG Application
                                                                 Emergency Management Personnel Information
                                Agency Name:




Note: Emergency management personnel must be hired and appointed in accordance                                                    Percentage of
with local merit system rules and regulations.                                                     Percentage of                  time spent on     Percentage of            Salary Information
                                                                                                   time spent on   Percentage of    Emergency       time spent on
                                                                                                     Emergency     time spent on Management           Emergency
                                                                                                   Management        Emergency    and funded by     Management                                         Total
                                                                                                     and funded    Management       Homeland        and funded by   Gross      Gross       Gross      Amount
                                                                                                     by LOCAL      and funded by Security federal   other federal   Annual    Annual     Personnel   funded by
           Name                        Title          Reports to:                Appointed By:         funds        EMPG funds        funds             funds       Salary    Benefits     Costs       EMPG

                                                                                                                                                                                                $0          $0

  General Description and
      Assignments

    Specific Emergency
       Management
      Responsibilities

                                                                                                                                                                                                $0          $0

  General Description and
      Assignments

    Specific Emergency
       Management
      Responsibilities

                                                                                                                                                                                                $0          $0

  General Description and
      Assignments

    Specific Emergency
       Management
      Responsibilities

                                                                                                                                                                                                $0          $0

  General Description and
      Assignments

    Specific Emergency
       Management
      Responsibilities

                                                                                                                                                                                                $0          $0

  General Description and
      Assignments

    Specific Emergency
       Management
      Responsibilities

                                                                                           INSTRUCTIONS
1) Type in agency name where indicated.
2) Provide all requested information for each staff member who has a direct emergency management responsibility and reports to the Emergency Management Director. Must include
each position that is included in the local budget as well as EMPG funded personnel. Only staff that are directly assigned to the emergency management agency are to be included and
must report to the Agency's Emergency Management Director. The Director must have direct hiring, firing and evaluation responsibilities for the staff member. Personnel time that has
a specific Homeland Security project-related responsibility and is funded by a UASI, SHSP, RCGPG, OPSG or other federal program should not be included in local budget.
3) If you need additional "Personnel Information" pages, please use the pages at the end of this workbook.
                                                                  2010 EMPG Application
                                                                      Scope of Work
     Agency:

                            The Scope of Work is organized into the following Emergency Management Functions (EMFs):
·    Administration & Finance                                                  ·    Logistics, Facilities & Resource Management
·    Communications & Warning                                                  ·    Mutual Aid
·    Crisis Communication, Public Education & Information                      ·    Operations & Procedures
·    Exercises, Evaluations & Corrective Actions                               ·    Planning
·    Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment                                   ·    Program Management
·    Hazard Mitigation                                                         ·    Training
·    Laws & Authorities


Washington State does not require a specific number of activities to receive EMPG funding, however, there are required
activities that must be scheduled and conducted in order to remain eligible for EMPG funding. The Scope of Work
proposed must be proportionate to the level of local funding and anticipated EMPG funding.

                                                                         INSTRUCTIONS
1) Enter Agency name where indicated.
2) Complete the Self-Certification section for Required Activities (below). Use the drop-down menu.
3) Indicate the approval date of latest CEMP.
4) For Additional Activities , within each EMF, describe what is to be accomplished from January 1, 2010 through December 31, 2010. Identify the
EMF that best describes the goals and objectives of an activity. Break-down each activity using the following guidelines:
~Activity: How will you achieve your goal? What will you do to find the solution to the identified problem or shortfall?
~Deliverable: How will you know if you’ve met your goal? What is the end-product to be completed, such as plans, annexes, procedures, training
programs, etc.?

~Performance Measures: What is the impact of the work? How has the situation changed from before the activity was conducted? This is an
important section as emphasis continues to be placed on showing how preparedness funding has impacted the emergency management community.
~Timeline: When will the deliverable be completed?
Note: The Scope of Work Template is used not only for identifying award deliverables but also for reporting purposes. The reporting sections are not to be completed at
this time.
                                                                   Required Activities
   Certify that your Agency understands the following required activities are to be completed between
                                                             January 1, 2010 and December 31, 2010:
                                                                 Please enter the approval date of latest CEMP

   Emergency
   Management
    Function                               Activity                                     Deliverable                 Performance Measures                Timeline
                   1. Participate in all scheduled National Warning System                                       Jurisdiction will be better prepared
                   (NAWAS) tests and exercises, whether a Primary NAWAS                                          to activate NAWAS in an
                   Warning Point, a Secondary Warning Point, or a Tertiary   a. Ensure jurisdiction is
Communications &                                                                                                 emergency. Success will be
                   Warning Point. This is the on-going test of the statewide incorporated into the fan out. b.
Warning            warning fan-out as outlined in the State CEMP and warning Participate in scheduled tests.
                                                                                                                 measured through the number of
                   annex. All emergency management jurisdictions must be a                                       successful NAWAS tests
                   part of this fan-out.                                                                         completed.

                   2. Work with EMD to ensure Comprehensive Emergency                                            Jurisdiction will be better prepared
                                                                               Communicate regularly with
                   Management Network (CEMNET) capability is maintained                                          to use CEMNET in an emergency.
Communications &                                                               EMD to retain CEMNET
                   and participate in scheduled testing between local                                            Success will be measured by the
Warning            Emergency Operations Center (EOC) or similar facility and
                                                                               capability and participate in
                                                                                                                 number of scheduled tests the
                   the state EOC.                                              testing as scheduled.
                                                                                                                 jurisdiction participates in.


                                                                                                                 Jurisdiction will be better prepared
                   3. Develop and/or update local plans and equipment for
                                                                                                                 to utilize RACES volunteers,
Communications &   use of amateur radio (HAM bands) through the Radio          Update local plans and
                                                                                                                 particularly if other communication
Warning            Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) program and         equipment as necessary.
                   the state RACES plan.                                                                         capabilities are inoperable, in an
                                                                                                                 emergency.

                   4. Where possible, work with the Local Area Emergency
                   Alert System (EAS) Committee (LAECC) to complete an
                                                                                                                 Update plans will result in an
Communications &   EAS plan and the Local Relay Network (LRN) per existing Develop/update an EAS Plan
                                                                                                                 improved capability to utilize EAS
Warning            guidance from the FCC, FEMA and the State Emergency     as needed.
                   Communications Committee with assistance from the State                                       in an emergency.
                   EMD Telecommunications staff.


                                                                                                                 Jurisdiction will be better prepared
                                                                                                                 to activate EAS in an emergency.
Communications &   5. Participate in all scheduled EAS tests commensurate
                                                                               Participate as scheduled.         Success will be measured by the
Warning            with your EAS plan and operational status of your LRN.
                                                                                                                 number of scheduled tests the
                                                                                                                 jurisdiction participates in.
   Emergency
   Management
    Function                                    Activity                                    Deliverable                 Performance Measures                  Timeline
                                                                                                                     Coordination between the state
                                                                                  Submit a daily Situation Report
 Communications &       6. Notify the state EOC immediately upon activation of local                                 and the local EOC will improve
                                                                                     to the state EOC during
    Warning             EOC. Provide Situation Reports (SITREPS) at least daily.                                     response capabilities during an
                                                                                  activation.
                                                                                                                     event.

                   7. Be fully compliant with Federal National Incident                                              Emergency responders will have
                   Management System (NIMS) compliance requirements.
                                                                                                                     a uniform set of processes and
                   Failure to meet NIMS compliance requirements will result       Demonstrate NIMS adoption
Program Management                                                                                                   procedures thus improving all-
                   in the loss of federal preparedness funding. Please            and compliancy.
                   contact Jim Kadrmas, EMD, at 253-512-7027 or                                                      hazard incident response
                   j.kadrmas@emd.wa.gov if you have questions.                                                       capabilities.
                                                                                   Submit an After Action Report
                                                                                   (AAR) and Improvement Plan
                                                                                   (IP) to the State Exercise
                       8. Each jurisdiction receiving EMPG funds must participate Training Officer (ETO) within      Jurisdiction will be better prepared
                       in the design, conduct and evaluation of at least one       60 days of the completion of      to activate EAS in an emergency.
Exercises, Evaluations
                       exercise during the performance period: full-scale,         the exercise. The standard        Success will be measured by the
 & Corrective Actions functional or table top. An EOC activation will fulfill this
                                                                                   format for the AAR and IP can     number of scheduled tests the
                       requirement.                                                be found in Volume III of the     jurisdiction participates in.
                                                                                   HSEEP manuals at
                                                                                   http://hseep.dhs.gov. The
                                                                                   State's ETO is Jerry Jenson,
                                                                                  a. Any jurisdiction that has not
                                                                                  submitted an updated CEMP to       The CEMP will address all-
                        9. Review the Comprehensive Emergency Management          the State Emergency                hazards identified in the
                        Plan (CEMP) and supporting Emergency Support              Management Division within         jurisdiction's Hazard Identification
                        Functions (ESFs). The CEMP should be compliant with
                                                                                  the past four years must do so     and Vulnerability Analysis and
       Planning         both the National Response Framework and the National
                        Incident Management System (NIMS). Requirements for
                                                                                  during this program year.          infrastructure and improve the
                        plan development and submission are provided in RCW       b. First-time applicants must      jurisdiction's ability to prepare for,
                        38.52.070 , WAC 118-09 and WAC 118-30.                    complete a draft of their Basic    respond to and recover from an
                                                                                  Plan portion of the CEMP           emergency.
                                                                                  within the program year.
    Emergency
   Management
    Function                                    Activity                                     Deliverable                   Performance Measures                 Timeline
                                                                                   Submit requests for
                                                                                   reimbursement (A19 Invoice)
                                                                                   along with a Reimbursement
                                                                                   Spreadsheet showing how
                                                                                                                        EMPG funds enhance local
                                                                                   EMPG funds were spent.
                        10) Seek reimbursement in compliance with 10EMPG                                                emergency management
     Finance &                                                                     Expenditures listed on the
                        Guidance, award contract, 44CFR, 2CFR Parts 225, 220                                            programs and are spent in
    Administration      and 230.
                                                                                   Reimbursement Spreadsheet
                                                                                                                        accordance with all applicable
                                                                                   cannot be items listed in the
                                                                                                                        laws and guidelines.
                                                                                   2010 Local Funds Budget
                                                                                   portion of the Emergency
                                                                                   management Operating Budget
                                                                                   in this application.

                                                                                   Progress reports must be
                                                                                   submitted as required in the
                                                                                   award contract. Reports must         Demonstration of the impact
                        11) Progress reports are required twice during the award   clearly describe the progress        EMPG funding has on emergency
Program Management
                        contract performance period.                               the recipient is making towards      management capabilities will be
                                                                                   the deliverables described in        documented in progress reports.
                                                                                   this Scope of Work. The final
                                                                                   report should highlight the
                                                                                   impact EMPG funding has had
                                                                                   a. Preparedness presentation
                                                                                   and distribution of
                                                                                                                        Citizens or Washington will be better
                                                                                   preparedness materials to
                                                                                                                        able to care for themselves, family
                                                                                   schools, civic groups, business
                                                                                                                        members, neighbors, etc. and will
Crisis Communication,                                                              organizations, nursing care          improve their ability to stay safe
                      12) Conduct a public disaster education program for the      facilities, child care facilities,
Public Education and                                                                                                    during an emergency. Success can
                      inhabitants of the community.                                governmental agencies,
      Information                                                                                                       be measured through the number of
                                                                                   hospitals, the general public,       presentations provided or
                                                                                   etc.       and/or                    participation in the Washington State
                                                                                   b. Participate in the State's        campaign.
                                                                                   Disaster Preparedness
                                                                                   Campaign.
                                                         Additional Activities
A comprehensive emergency management program should include activities in all Emergency Management Functions. Please use the drop down
menu function under the Emergency Management Function.


   Emergency
   Management
    Function                           Activity                          Deliverable           Performance Measures           Timeline

Midterm Report (1/1/10 - 6/30/10):


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Midterm Report (1/1/10 - 6/30/10):
Final Report (1/1/10 - 6/30/10):
                                                                           2010 EMPG Application
                                                                 Emergency Management Personnel Infor

                             Personnel must be supervised by local/tribal Emergency Management Director.



Note: Emergency management personnel must be hired and appointed in accordance
with local merit system rules and regulations. Personnel must be supervised by
local/tribal Emergency Management Director.




           Name                        Title          Reports to:                Appointed By:


  General Description and
      Assignments

    Specific Emergency
       Management
      Responsibilities




  General Description and
      Assignments

    Specific Emergency
       Management
      Responsibilities




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      Assignments

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      Responsibilities




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      Assignments

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       Management
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      Assignments
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    Assignments

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     Management
    Responsibilities
EMPG Application
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                                                Percentage of
                                                time spent on Percentage of              Salary Information
               Percentage of   Percentage of      Emergency     time spent on
               time spent on   time spent on    Management        Emergency
                 Emergency       Emergency     and funded by Management                                             Total
               Management      Management         Homeland      and funded by   Gross      Gross      Gross       Amount
               and funded by   and funded by   Security federal other federal   Annual    Annual     Personnel   funded by
               LOCAL funds      EMPG funds          funds           funds       Salary    Benefits     Costs       EMPG

                                                                                                            $0          $0




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                                                                          2010 EMPG Application
                                                                Emergency Management Personnel Infor

                      Note:             Emergency management personnel must be hired and appointed in acc


Note: Emergency management personnel must be hired and appointed in accordance
with local merit system rules and regulations.




           Name                        Title         Reports to:                 Appointed By:


  General Description and
      Assignments

    Specific Emergency
       Management
      Responsibilities




  General Description and
      Assignments

    Specific Emergency
       Management
      Responsibilities




  General Description and
      Assignments

    Specific Emergency
       Management
      Responsibilities




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      Assignments

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      Responsibilities




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      Assignments
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    Assignments

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     Management
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EMPG Application
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                                           Percentage of
                                           time spent on Percentage of              Salary Information
          Percentage of   Percentage of      Emergency     time spent on
          time spent on   time spent on    Management        Emergency
            Emergency       Emergency     and funded by Management                                             Total
          Management      Management         Homeland      and funded by   Gross      Gross      Gross       Amount
          and funded by   and funded by   Security federal other federal   Annual    Annual     Personnel   funded by
          LOCAL funds      EMPG funds          funds           funds       Salary    Benefits     Costs       EMPG

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                                                                          2010 EMPG Application
                                                                Emergency Management Personnel Infor

                      Note:             Emergency management personnel must be hired and appointed in acc


Note: Emergency management personnel must be hired and appointed in accordance
with local merit system rules and regulations.




           Name                        Title         Reports to:                 Appointed By:


  General Description and
      Assignments

    Specific Emergency
       Management
      Responsibilities




  General Description and
      Assignments

    Specific Emergency
       Management
      Responsibilities




  General Description and
      Assignments

    Specific Emergency
       Management
      Responsibilities




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      Assignments

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      Assignments
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    Assignments

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     Management
    Responsibilities
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                                           Percentage of
                                           time spent on Percentage of              Salary Information
          Percentage of   Percentage of      Emergency     time spent on
          time spent on   time spent on    Management        Emergency
            Emergency       Emergency     and funded by Management                                             Total
          Management      Management         Homeland      and funded by   Gross      Gross      Gross       Amount
          and funded by   and funded by   Security federal other federal   Annual    Annual     Personnel   funded by
          LOCAL funds      EMPG funds          funds           funds       Salary    Benefits     Costs       EMPG

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