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|Mobile Field Force - Gas Mask 2020 (pdf)
This Mobile Field Force (MFF) grant is intended to enhance and better equip current MFF Teams with a priority offering to recent newly created MFF 2018-2019 Teams. Teams should be willing to be a regional and or statewide asset under Wisconsin mutual aid statute request. WEM will provide grant funds for eligible equipment being gas mask (CBRN respirator) and related equipment supporting the mask deployment i.e. canister, filter, and tactical mask bag.
|HS Training and Exercises Officers 2019 (pdf)
This grant will partially support Wisconsin Emergency Management's (WEM) ability to provide state level guidance, outreach, technical assistance and monitoring of emergency preparedness exercises and training opportunities throughout the state.
|HS ALERT SWAT SCBA Protective Equipment 2019 (pdf)
This grant will support the Aligned Law Enforcement Response Team (ALERT) initiative by allowing the State Division of Criminal Investigations (DCI) tactical response team to purchase chemical protection equipment. WEM will provide a grant to purchase chemical protective equipment for the DCI and formulate a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) as the response unit for ALERT teams. The equipment will consist of any chemical protection apparatus for their response team to be protected during a high-risk response involving chemical or biological devices. The equipment will supplement their current program and equipment.
|HS DATCP Response Equipment 2018 (pdf)
Funds will be used by the Wisconsin DATCP for the continuing procurement of equipment that will assist in closing gaps identified during the 2015 Wisconsin High Pathogen Avian Influenza (HPAI) response. This equipment will allow DATCP to better perform field response operations prior to receiving US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and other federal and state agency assistance.
|HS Digital Orthoimagery & Elevation Data 2019 (pdf)
This funding will be used to purchase updated imagery to enhance the ability to provide situational awareness and operational coordination among state agencies as well as local and federal partners.
The Wisconsin Regional Orthoimagery Consortium (WROC) is a multi-entity group working towards building and sustaining a digital orthoimagery and elevation data throughout Wisconsin. This data is the basic foundation for geographic information systems (GIS). Forming this base layer then allows additional data layers to be created combining aerial images with geometric qualities of a map which provides a valuable information during response and recovery functions.
Resources for Federally Funded Grants
WEM will not be able to award sub-grants if an agency does not have an active Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) Number and an active Unique Entity Identifier and System for Award Management (SAM).