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2019 GRANT APPLICATIONS FOR THE STATE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM ARE NOW AVAILABLE
Deadline: June 7, 2019
HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM RESOURCES
Listed below are items that will help you with completing your application:
Each year Kentucky is called on to compete with other states and urban areas to receive federal homeland security funding. KOHS provides the U.S. Department of Homeland Security with a comprehensive document that explains how homeland security funds will be used in Kentucky.
Following a comprehensive review at the federal level that takes into consideration the elements of risk and the effectiveness of the state’s programs, a specified award is granted.
The Commonwealth uses a competitive grant application for local agencies to submit proposed projects. When these applications are presented, a team of subject matter expert peer reviewers from across the state reviews the grant application in accordance with the state’s homeland security strategy and enhancement plan. The results are then submitted to a KOHS Executive Review Panel. From there, the proposed projects are presented to the Governor for a review and final award decisions.
HOMELAND SECURITY GRANTS PROGRAM (HSGP) RECIPIENT LISTS:
2017 HSGP Awards List
2016 HSGP Awards list
2015 HSGP Awards List
State Historical Preservation Office
The Kentucky Heritage Council's Site Protection Program coordinates the federally mandated protection of historic properties listed in or eligible for the National Register of Historic Places, as well as the professional archaeology component for the agency.
Kentucky State Clearinghouse
The Kentucky State Clearinghouse has been designated as the state Single Point of Contact and is charged with providing state and local input to the appropriate federal agency.
Kentucky State Clearinghouse
Kentucky Wireless Interoperability Executive Committee (KWIEC)
The Kentucky Wireless Interoperability Executive Committee (KWIEC) was created to address communications interoperability, a homeland security issue, which is critical to the ability of public safety first responders to communicate with each other by radio. The committee advises and makes recommendations regarding strategic wireless initiatives to achieve public safety voice and data communications interoperability.
Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program
A program of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, grants are awarded to fire departments to enhance their ability to protect the public and fire service personnel from fire and related hazards.
Assistance to Firefighters Grants
Fire Prevention and Safety Grants