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|HS ALERT DIVE Personal Protection Gear 2020 (pdf)
This grant will allow the Milwaukee Police Department, La Crosse County Sheriff's Office, Brown County Sheriff's Office, and the Marathon County Sheriff's Office funding to purchase diving equipment that will protect divers during specific diving operations. The funding will be for diving equipment, including suits, helmets, radio communication, and any other equipment to protect diving personnel. This grant is for the joint diving team initiative to have response capabilities throughout the State of Wisconsin with longer dive time and better protection capabilities.
|Nonprofit Security Grant Program 2020 (pdf)
This grant opportunity provides funding support for security enhancements to nonprofit organizations that are at high risk of a terrorist attack. The nonprofit agencies eligible for this funding were selected by Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in a competitive grant process
|HMEP Core HazMat Training FFY2020 (Second Edition) (pdf)
Funding to Counties for Hazardous Materials (HazMat) Core trainings which are comprehensive and exceed national training standards in the field of HazMat response training.
|HMEP Specialized HazMat Training FFY2020 (Second Edition) (pdf)
Funding to Counties for Hazardous Materials (HazMat) Specialized trainings which are comprehensive and exceed national training standards in the field of HazMat response training. Due to the high cost associated with these programs, all requests for specialized training will be reviewed and awarded, based on your department's current response capability, level of training, and the funding priorities identified by the State of Wisconsin.
|HS State Local Tribal Territorial (SLTT) Operations and PPA 2020 (pdf)
These funds will support the costs to purchase miscellaneous supplies that the CRT members need to assist them when responding to a cyber incident, such as an infected network that was harmed through a terrorist or criminal act. In Addition, this project will fund the cost of employing a CRT Program Policy Analyst Position. Under the direction of the Program Director, this position's primary responsibilities include: *Over-site for all current grants and requesting new grant funding for the State of Wisconsin Cyber Response Team (CRT) program *Monitor all training and skills assessment inventory for CRT members *Track and maintain the Go Kit inventory *Provide day to day administration of the CRT program *Track and process reimbursement requests from CRT members *Develop grant report status for program director approval *Participate in the outreach to and recruitment of CRT members.
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).