FY 2006 Homeland Security Grant Program by bigmekahlo

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									FY 2006 Homeland Security
      Grant Program



      NH Department of Safety
2006 Homeland Security Grant Program
       Outreach Presentation
                      Overview
• New Hampshire Grant Awards
• What’s New in FY 2006?
   – National Preparedness Goal
   – National Priorities
   – Target Capabilities List
• SHSP and LETPP Competitive Applications
• Competitive Grant Review Process
• Training and Exercises
• 2006 Authorized Equipment List (AEL)\
• 2006 Grant Funding

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                     NH Award
                       2005
•First Responder                            $10,748,552
•Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention:$ 3,908,565
•Citizen Corp:                              $ 136,453
•EMPG:                                      $ 1,754,428
•Metropolitan Medical Response Program:     $ 227,592
•Total:                                     $16,775,590

34% reduction from 2004 for “First Responder, LETPP, &
Citizen Corp”

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                    Federal Formula
                *Based on the Patriot Act*
• In FY 2005 the Federal formula was a threat/risk
  formula and population-based allocation
• A significant change was made to the FY 2006
  Federal Formula
     – 2/3 of grant allocation was calculated by a DHS defined
       threat/risk formula
     – Added a competitive grant formula for all states
           • 1/3 of the total was awarded with emphasis on a connection to
             improvement/enhancement of national preparedness goals


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                        NH Award
                          2006
•     SHSP (Formerly First Responder)                    $ 4,320,000
•     Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention:              $ 3,140,000
•     Citizen Corp:                                      $ 194,243
•     Metropolitan Medical Response Program:             $ 232,330
•     Total:                                             $ 7,886,573

53% reduction from 2005 Award




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                      Grant Awards by State
                              Homeland Security Grant Awards
                                            State Comparison

State Name      2003 Total Allocation   2004 Total Allocation     2005 Total Allocation   2006 Total Allocation   05 & '06 Difference

New Hampshire   $       20,899,000.00 $           22,454,000.00 $         16,775,590.00 $          7,886,573.00         52.99%



Alaska          $       18,225,000.00   $         19,581,000.00   $       14,879,381.00   $        8,294,137.00         44.26%
Connecticut     $       30,158,000.00   $         32,403,000.00   $       24,080,428.00   $       13,520,893.00         43.85%
Maine           $       20,983,000.00   $         22,542,000.00   $       16,608,549.00   $        7,784,686.00         53.13%
Montana         $       19,350,000.00   $         20,790,000.00   $       15,317,765.00   $        7,929,901.00         48.23%
New Mexico      $       23,357,000.00   $         25,095,000.00   $       18,726,716.00   $        8,270,273.00         55.84%
Rhode Island    $       20,029,000.00   $         21,519,000.00   $       16,073,769.00   $        7,837,616.00         51.24%
South Dakota    $       18,722,000.00   $         20,114,000.00   $       14,809,166.00   $        7,733,780.00         47.78%
Vermont         $       18,110,000.00   $         19,457,000.00   $       14,326,139.00   $       10,907,921.00         23.86%
Wyoming         $       17,611,000.00   $         18,919,000.00   $       13,933,869.00   $        7,673,562.00         44.93%


California      $      164,279,000.00   $        176,499,000.00   $      282,622,077.00   $      231,950,605.00         17.93%
Florida         $       86,309,000.00   $         92,729,000.00   $      101,284,742.00   $      100,122,080.00         1.15%
Massachusetts   $       42,731,000.00   $         45,910,000.00   $       62,436,056.00   $       41,246,241.00         33.94%
New York        $       96,664,000.00   $        103,855,000.00   $      298,350,633.00   $      183,673,552.00         38.44%
Texas           $      107,776,000.00   $        115,793,000.00   $      138,569,621.00   $       89,880,352.00         35.14%



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                    Grant Administration
• Grant allocation mandate by DHS:
     – 80% local, 20% state
• The Department of Safety is the State
  Administrative Agency (SAA) and is responsible
  for:
     –   Writing and administering grants
     –   Equipment eligibility and grant compliance
     –   Point of contact technical assistance to communities
     –   Point of contact for federal officials
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 New Hampshire’s Homeland Security
         Grant Mission
• Enable local communities to fill Homeland
  Security weaknesses through grant process
  involving innovative thinking within certain
  parameters
• Ensures First Responder Preparedness through
  training and equipment
• Increases regional discussions through training
  and preparing for the future
• Target aid to critical areas
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           What’s New in FY 2006?
• The National Preparedness Goal:
     – To achieve and sustain risk-based target levels
       of capability to prevent, protect against,
       respond to and recover from major events, and
       to minimize their impact on lives, property and
       the economy through systematic and prioritized
       efforts by Federal, State, local and Tribal
       entities, their private and non-governmental
       partners and the general public.
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  The National Preparedness Goal
     • The Goal represents an all-hazards approach to preparedness
     • The all-hazards approach takes into consideration any
       catastrophic event
     • Catastrophic events are defined in the National Response
       Plan as any natural, technical or manmade incident,
       including terrorism, that results in extraordinary levels of
       mass casualties, damage or disruption severely affecting the
       population, infrastructure, environment, economy, national
       morale and/or government functions
     • All catastrophic events are considered Incidents of National
       Significance

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  The National Preparedness Goal
• Seven National Priorities
     – The Goal establishes a vision for National
       Preparedness including the seven National
       Priorities
     – National Priorities help guide the Nation’s
       preparedness efforts to meet its most urgent
       needs


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                    National Priorities
• The National Priorities fall into two
  categories:
     – Three overarching priorities that contribute to
       the development of multiple capabilities
     – Four capability-specific priorities that build
       selected capabilities for which the Nation has
       the greatest need


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       Three Overarching Priorities
• Expanded Regional Collaboration
• Implement the National Incident
  Management System (NIMS) and the
  National Response Plan
• Implement the Interim National
  Infrastructure Protection Plan


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   Four Capability-Specific Priorities
• Strengthen Information Sharing and
  Collaboration Capabilities
• Strengthen Interoperable Communications
  Capabilities
• Strengthen CBRNE Detection, Response
  and Decontamination Capabilities
• Strengthen Medical Surge and Mass
  Prophylaxis Capabilities
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              Target Capabilities List
• Given limited time and resources,
  jurisdictions will be expected to target their
  planning efforts on the most critical
  capability gaps.
• Each jurisdiction will not be expected to
  develop and maintain all 37 capabilities to
  the same level.

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State’s Requirements Before Applying
              for Funds
• Updated the NH State Homeland Security
  Strategy (SHSS) - September to November
  2005
• Program and Capability Review - January
  to March 2006
     – Established investment priorities
• Competitive application to DHS - March
  2006
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        New Hampshire’s Competitive
             Grant Application
• In January 2006, a group of key stakeholders
  met to complete the DHS required Program
  and Capability Review. The group established
  the State’s priorities and target capabilities in
  the form of a competitive grant application and
  “investments” which directly correlate with the
  National Priorities and Target Capabilities List


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                                Com m on                                                                    R e s p o n d M is s io n Are a

•P la n n in g                                                                   •O n s ite In c id e n t M a n a g e m e n t
•C o m m u n ic a tio n s                                                        •E m e rg e n c y O p e ra tio n s C e n te r M a n a g e m e n t
•R is k M a n a g e m e n t                                                      •C ritic a l R e s o u rc e L o g is tic s a n d D is trib u tio n
•C o m m u n ity P re p a re d n e s s a n d P a rtic ip a tio n                 •V o lu n te e r M a n a g em e n t a n d D o n a tio n s
                                                                                 •R e s p o n d e r S a fe ty a n d H e a lth
                      P re v e n t M is s io n Are a                             •P u b lic S a fe ty a n d S e c u rity R e s p o n s e
                                                                                 •A n im a l H e a lth E m e rg e n c y S u p p o rt
•In fo rm a tio n G a th e rin g & R e c o g n itio n o f In d ic a to rs &      •E n viro n m e n ta l H e a lth
W a rn in g s                                                                    •E xp lo s ive D e vic e R e s p o n s e O p e ra tio n s
•In te llig e n c e A n a lys is a n d P ro d u c tio n                          •F ire fig h tin g O p e ra tio n s /S u p p o rt
•In te llig e n c e / In fo rm a tio n S h a rin g a n d D is s e m in a tio n   •W M D /H a zM a t R e s p o n s e a n d D e c o n ta m in a ti n  o
•L a w E n fo rc e m e n t In ve s tig a tio n a n d O p e ra tio n s            •C itize n P ro te c tio n : E va c u a tio n a n d /o r In-P la c e P ro te c tio n
•C B R N E D e te c tio n                                                        •Is o la tio n a n d Q u a ra n tin e
                                                                                 •U rb a n S e a rc h & R e s c u e
                                                                                 •E m e rg e n c y P u b lic In fo rm a tio n a n d W a rn in g
                      P ro te c t M is s io n Are a
                                                                                 •T ria g e a n d P re-H o s p ita l T re a tm e n t
                                                                                 •M e d ic a l S u rg e
•C ritic a l In fra s tru c tu re P ro te c tio n (C IP )
                                                                                 •M e d ic a l S u p p lie s M a n a g e m e n t a n d D is trib u tio n
•F o o d & A g ric u ltu re S a fe ty & D e fe n s e
                                                                                 •M a s s P ro p h yla xis
•E p id e m io lo g ic a l S u rve illa n c e a n d In ve s tig a tio n
                                                                                 •M a s s C a re (S h e lte rin g , F e e d in g , a n d R e la te d S e rvic e s )
•P u b lic H e a lth L a b ora to ry T e s tin g
                                                                                 •F a ta lity M a n a g e m e n t

                      R e c o v e r M is s io n Are a

•S tru c tu ra l D a m a g e a n d M itig a tio n A s s e s s m e n t
•R e s to ra tio n o f L ife lin e s
•E c o n o m ic & C o m m u n ity R e c o ve ry



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      New Hampshire’s
 DHS Applied-For “Investments”
• Intelligence Analysis & Production
• Fire/EMS State Interoperability Infrastructure Initiative
• Strengthening Standardized CBRNE Detection, Response
  and Decontamination Capabilities
• Medical Surge and Mass Prophylaxis
• SHSP Baseline Award
• LETPP Baseline Award
• MMRS Tri-State Collaborative
• Citizens Corp

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   SHSP and LETPP Applications
• The State Homeland Security Program (SHSP) and
  Law Enforcement Terrorism Protection Program
  (LETPP) applications are modeled after the DHS
  competitive grant process at the State level
• Sub-Grant initiatives should focus efforts on how to
  build and sustain programs and capabilities within
  and across State boundaries while aligning with the
  Goal, National Priorities and NH State Homeland
  Security Strategy

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         Limited School Infrastructure
              Protection Funding
• Limited funding is available for school security. This is
  predicated upon DHS and Congressional clarification of
  appropriation language in the last session.
• To be eligible schools must meet the criteria of Critical
  Infrastructure as stated in the National Priority definition
  as follows:
     – The capability of public and private entities to identify, assess, prioritize,
       and engage in protecting critical infrastructure and key resources (CI/KR)
       in order to detect, prevent, deter, degrade and mitigate deliberate efforts to
       destroy, incapacitate, or exploit the critical infrastructure and key
       resources.


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         Limited School Infrastructure
              Protection Funding
• In order to be eligible schools must be included in the
  community’s Emergency Operations Plan, Hazard
  Mitigation Plan or other such plans, with copies of these
  documents attached.
• Applications need to be submitted by a first responder or
  law enforcement agency on behalf of the school under an
  MOU.
• Applications are limited to NH’s National Priorities and
  Target Capabilities identified in the SHSP and LETPP
  grant applications.

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State Homeland Security Strategy
                                                  E X E C U T IV E S U M M A R Y
                              S T A T E H O M E L A N D S E C U R IT Y S T R A T E G Y (S H S S )

                                              S T A T E O F N E W H A M P S H IR E

G O A L # 1 : P re v e n tio n - T o a ch ie ve a n d su sta in ca p a b ilitie s th a t e n a b le th e S ta te o f N e w
H a m p sh ire to a vo id a n in cid e n t o r to in te rve n e to sto p a n in cid e n t, e ith e r n a tu ra l o r m a n -m a d e ,
fro m o ccu rrin g . T h is g o a l p ro te cts live s a n d p ro p e rty o f th e citize n s o f N e w H a m p sh ire .

G O A L # 2 : P ro te c tio n - T o a ch ie ve a n d su sta in ca p a b ilitie s th a t e n a b le th e S ta te o f N e w
H a m p sh ire to re d u ce th e vu ln e ra b ility o f critica l in fra stru ctu re o r ke y re so u rce s in o rd e r to d e te r,
m itig a te , o r n e u tra lize ca ta stro p h ic e ve n ts in clu d in g te rro rist a tta cks, m a jo r d isa ste rs, a n d o th e r
e m e rg e n cie s.

G O A L # 3 : R e s p o n s e - A ch ie ve a n d su sta in ca p a b ilitie s th a t e n a b le th e S ta te o f N e w H a m p sh ire
to a d d re ss th e sh o rt-te rm , d ire ct e ffe cts o f n a tu ra l o r m a n -m a d e in clu d in g te rro rism e ve n ts.
T h e se a ctivitie s in clu d e im m e d ia te a ctio n s to p re se rve life , p ro p e rty, a n d th e e n viro n m e n t; m e e t
b a sic h u m a n n e e d s; a n d m a in ta in th e so cia l, e co n o m ic, a n d p o litica l stru ctu re o f th e a ffe cte d
co m m u n ity.

G O A L # 4 : R e c o v e ry - A ch ie ve a n d su sta in ca p a b ilitie s th a t e n a b le th e S ta te o f N e w H a m p sh ire
to d e ve lo p , co o rd in a te , a n d e xe cu te se rvice - a n d site -re sto ra tio n p la n s a n d th e re co n stitu tio n o f
g o ve rn m e n t o p e ra tio n s a n d se rvice s th ro u g h in d ivid u a l, p riva te -se cto r, n o n -g o ve rn m e n ta l, a n d
p u b lic a ssista n ce p ro g ra m s fo llo w in g a n a tu ra l o r m a n -m a d e e ve n t in clu d in g a te rro rism in cid e n t .
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  Competitive Grant Review Process

• Only applications that are regional and truly
  collaborative will be accepted
• Committee will score the applications based
  on an established score criteria that directly
  ties to the information submitted in the
  State’s application to the Feds


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            Homeland Security Training

  ODP Emergency Responder Guidelines
  www.ojp.usdoj.gov/odp/docs/EmergencyRespGuidelinesRevB.pdf


  NH Training Contacts
  http://www.nh.gov/safety/new_homeland/2005/2005training.html




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Exercise goal:


To provide opportunities for all
jurisdictions to conduct or
participate in WMD exercises
to ensure a minimum level of
readiness for all disciplines.




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                      Homeland Security
                    Exercise and Evaluation
                      Program (HSEEP)
    “Financial and direct support to assist state
     and local governments with the
     development and implementation of a state
     exercise and evaluation program to assess
     and enhance domestic preparedness.”


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               Homeland Security Exercise and
                Evaluation Program (HSEEP)
Allowable Exercise Costs:
•       Hiring full or part-time staff or contractors/consultants to support
        exercise activities.

•       Overtime for first responders/exercise management personnel involved
        in the planning and conduct of exercises.

•       Travel associated with exercise planning and conduct.

•       Supplies consumed during the course exercise of planning and conduct.

•       Other costs related to the planning and conduct of exercise activities.
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      Other Grant Funds Available
•   Fire Act – firefighters and equipment
•   COPS – police officer hiring
•   BJA – Bureau of Justice Assistance
•   NIJ – National Institute of Justice
•   CDC/HRSA – bio-terrorism
•   NH DOJ

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Fire/EMS Radio Interoperability Goal:



State-Wide Coverage
Inter-agency Communication Abilities
Multiple Agency Access
Roaming Communication
Improved Coverage
Clear Digital Audio




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                        APCO Project 25
                      Common Air Interface
                        Direct Interoperability


  State Police
                                  State Police
                                                             EMS




County Sheriff              Local Police                      Fire
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                    Dual-Mode Operation


• Analog and Digital in Same
  Radio                                                 NHSP

• Local to State in Analog Mode                         Home




• State to State in Digital Mode



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                    NIMS Requirement
• NIMS Certificates for all Command Staff for all
  agencies involved in the application are required at
  the time the application is submitted
• Command Staff for Law Enforcement may include
  any personnel with a rank of Sergeant or higher, or
  an officer in charge.
• Command Staff for Fire Departments and EMS
  may include any personnel with a rank of
  Lieutenant or higher.
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     2006 Authorized Equipment List
                 (AEL)
• A detailed list of changes to the 2006 AEL
  has been handed out, but please note a
  significant change:
     – Personal Protective Equipment cannot be
       authorized as separate items, i.e. boots cannot
       be purchased separate from a complete PPE
       ensemble


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               Unauthorized Program
                   Expenditures
• General Use Software
     – WP, Spreadsheets, Graphics
• General Use Computers
     – Must be directly connected to preparedness and
       response functions
• Printers, Fax Machines, etc
     – Same as above
• General Use Vehicles
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               Unauthorized Program
                   Expenditures
• Licensing Fees
     – Except as noted in AEL
• Weapons systems or ammunition
• Construction or renovation of facilities




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             FY 2006 Grant Funding
• Proposed Breakdown of Competitive SHSP Funds
              A va ila b le S H S P F u n d s

              T ra in in g                                                         $    2 5 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0 *
              E x e rc is e s                                                      $    3 0 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0 **
              P la n n in g - L o c a l E O C s & E O P s                          $    2 0 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0
              E M S H o s p ita l d e c o n ta m in a tio n tra in in g            $    1 7 6 ,0 0 0 .0 0
              a n d m a s s s p e c ia lize d in -b u rn a n d in ju ry
              s ys te m
              E q u ip m e n t                                                     $ 1 ,0 1 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

              *F o r tra in in g fu n d s, p le a se co n ta ct B o b P ra g o ff a t th e F ire A ca d e m y a t 2 7 1 -
              2 6 6 1 , d o n o t in clu d e o n th is a p p lica tio n
              **F o r e xe rcise fu n d s, p le a se co n ta ct L e ig h C h e n e y a t th e B u re a u o f
              E m e rg e n cy M a n a g e m e n t a t 2 7 1 -2 2 3 1 , d o n o t in clu d e o n th is a p p lica tio n




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             FY 2006 Grant Funding
• Proposed Breakdown of Competitive LETPP Funds
               A v a ila b le L E T P P F u n d s


               T ra in in g                                                                                   $     2 5 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0 *
               E x e rc is e s                                                                                $     2 5 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0 **
               In te llig e n c e S p o k e s - L o c a ls                                                    $        7 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0
               B u ild S P In te llig e n c e w ith L o c a l M O U s                                         $     1 0 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0
               C o m p e titiv e S O U                                                                        $     1 5 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0 ***
               E q u ip m e n t                                                                               $ 1 ,5 8 7 ,0 0 0 .0 0

               *F o r tra in in g fu n d s, p le a se co n ta ct Je ff N o ye s a t P o lice S ta n d a rd s a n d T ra in in g a t 2 7 1 -2 1 3 3 , d o n o t
               in clu d e o n th is a p p lica tio n
               **F o r e xe rcise fu n d s, p le a se co n ta ct L e ig h C h e n e y a t th e B u re a u o f E m e rg e n cy M a n a g e m e n t a t 2 7 1 -
               2 2 3 1 , d o n o t in clu d e o n th is a p p lica tio n
               ***S O U T e a m s p le a se u se th e se p a ra te C o m p e titive S O U A p p lica tio n to a p p ly fo r th e se fu n d s




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       Competitive Grant Timeline
• August 31, 2006 - Announce grant to local law
  enforcement and first responder agencies
• September 7-27, 2006 - Statewide outreach
  sessions, live and video conference
• November 3, 2006 - Applications due at noon
• January 1, 2007 - Announce grant awards


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                    Point of Contact
• Overall Program Administration:
     Earl M. Sweeney
     Assistant Commissioner
     271-2559
• Local Equipment/Grant Administration:
     Pamela Urban-Morin
     Grant Administrator
     271-7663
• General Information:
    http://www.nh.gov/safety/divisions/homela
    nd/homelandgrants.html
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