How can you find funding opportunities that apply to your needs? Click on an industry link on your left and you'll find a simple summary of the grant requirements, plus webinars and presentation materials that further explain the opportunity, application deadlines and case studies about how other users like you have used wireless solutions to improve their performance.
The FY 2014 Assistance to Firefighters Grants (AFG) program provides financial assistance directly to fire departments and nonaffiliated Emergency Medical Service organizations to enhance their capabilities with respect to fire and fire-related hazards. Applications due by December 5, 2014. Learn More
FEMA has announced their Assistance to Firefighters Grants (AFG) FY 2014 Workshop Schedule. Registration is not required to attend the workshops and each workshop is about 2 hours. Please contact your AFG Regional Representative with any questions regarding workshops in your region.
Federal Emergency Management Agency announces the final FY 2014 grant allocations for 6 grant programs: Homeland Security, Emergency Management Performance, Tribal Homeland Security, Nonprofit Security, Port Security, Transit Security and Intercity Passenger Rail. Learn more
Read the Fiscal Year 2014 SAFECOM Guidance on Emergency Communications Grants. The SAFECOM Guidance is updated annually to provide the most current information on emergency communications policies, eligible costs, technical standards, and best practices. Click here for more information.
$97.1M is available for Tribes to develop a comprehensive approach to public safety and victim issues with the CTAS grant. Applicants select from 9 purpose areas that best address their law enforcement, criminal and juvenile justice, and victimization needs. Applications due on March 24, 2014. Learn how to apply for the grant.
Read the memo from FEMA clarifying that the prohibition on using DHS/FEMA grant funds for 700 MHz broadband investments does not apply to 700 MHz LMR equipment.
Cleveland relies on its Motorola wireless video surveillance network to protect the city from Homeland Security threats and to proactively help prevent crime.
The San Fernando Police Department leverages grant assistance from Motorola Solutions, is awarded the “Virtual Patrol Grant” and implements Motorola mobility solutions to optimize their workforce and help keep officers and citizens safe.