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$100M Port Security Grant Program for 2019: Some key points

from NMLEA

As already announced, the 2019 Port Security Grant Program (PSGP) application period is open and all PSGP applications must be submitted by 29 May 2019 at 5:00 EDT, per the 2019 PSGP Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) DHS-19-GPD-056-00-01; late submissions will not be considered. See key guidance documents here. And a new important reference to guide you in your grant application process is the Preparedness Grants Manual. For the PSGP, specifically review pages 1-38 and Appendix G of the Preparedness Grants Manual.

All application forms are under Grant Opportunity DHS-19-GPD-056-00-01 found here.

Applicants should also consider attending the ND Grants Online Training for FEMA Grantees (Invites are sent periodically via askcsid@fema.dhs.gov, or you may contact NDGrants@fema.dhs.gov or 1-800-865-4076) for details.

Applicants experiencing technical issues, must notify the respective FEMA (HQ) PSGP Program Analyst prior to the application deadline of 29 May.

Each Coast Guard Captain of the Port and Federal Maritime Security Coordinator (COTP/FMSC) for each COTP zone has the responsibility of reviewing, scoring, prioritizing, and providing comments on each PSGP project application submitted to FEMA and the NATIONAL REVIEW PANEL for funding consideration.

If you need assistance in your application preparation or justifying your cyber risk management implementation, your maritime training or exercise plans as part of your grant package, contact the staff at the NMLEA. We have experienced professionals that have secured grants for organizations throughout the United States. Just send an email to Info@nmlea.org. more


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