Homeland Security, Research, Testing, Evaluation, and Demonstration of Technologies


DHS S&T utilizes grants and cooperative agreements to conduct research, development, testing, evaluation, and demonstration of national preparedness and homeland security technologies and knowledge products intended to identify, counter, or respond to terrorist threats through enhanced public safety, security, prevention, mitigation, and response. The purpose of these grants and cooperative agreements is to garner high quality, advanced concepts research and development efforts related to important scientific problems and capability gaps identified by the first responder community through the First Responders Resource Group (FRRG) and/or DHS components that require the evidence needed to inform policy and operational objectives, that could lead to significant public benefits that span multiple domains including first responders, personal protective equipment, terrorism and targeted violence, soft target security, and human trafficking. DHS S&T utilizes 97.108 to issue grants and cooperative agreements for a diverse set of requirements from developing tools and capabilities for the first responder community to defend and mitigate the health risk associated with their exposure to chemical, biological, physical, or radiological elements, better understand the nature of terrorism, targeted violence, insider threats and human trafficking. DHS S&T aims to conduct basic and applied research to better understand an evolving threat landscape and to provide these resources to S/L/T/T and the general public with the goal of delivering personal protective equipment to the first responder and enhancing public safety while preventing acts of violence from impacting our communities. S&T research will enable policy makers and operational end-users to make informed decisions to divert vulnerable individuals, prevent potential offenders, mitigate vulnerabilities, and enhance community resilience in the face of various threats.

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Science and Technology, Department of Homeland Security
Type(s) of Assistance Offered
B - Project Grants
Program Accomplishments
Fiscal Year 2016 Production prototype base ensemble garments will be delivered by both of the cooperative agreement recipients. These will be provided to agencies that represent the various first responder disciplines from geographical diverse regions of the country for extended wear testing. 1) APCO provided support on the P25 CAP reorganization for DHS review and approval and a recommendation to describe the relationships among the new user-based Leadership Group and its committee structure, the TIA TR-8 process and organization, the P25 CAP process, and the national public safety associations and federal entities involved, as well as the operational aspects of the future process and organization. In addition, to providing support services for Regional Planning Committees (RPCs) and the National Regional Planning Council (NRPC); they restructured and updated the Computer Assisted Pre-Coordination Resource and Database (CAPRAD) System which aids in the management of the public safety radio frequency spectrum. APCO International provided a centralized forum for information sharing directly related to the first responder community and provides opportunities to analyze and correlate information among the first responder agencies. Additionally, APCO International provided: • Migrated existing CAPRAD to new platform to meet user requirements; • Added security features and improved user friendly interface at the request of users; • Developed a single central repository to address the 800 MHz regional planning committee’s request to have access to an adjacent region’s planning process or applications; • Incorporated part of the NCC’s recommendation to establish a nationwide CAPRAD database that all 700 MHz regions could utilize as a pre-planning and pre-coordination tool for 700 MHz frequency band public safety band applicants. • Completed the cost analysis and developed the best system upgrade options for the CAPRAD program and meeting objectives 1 – 16 from the original grant. 2) Both award recipients completed the material testing, material selection, and garment design for the prototype base ensemble. Due to unexpected delays in the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1975 certification process by their industrial partners, garments were not NFPA certified or manufactured in FY 2016 for distribution to first responders for wear testing and evaluation. This is anticipated to occur in FY 2017. 3) Testing of baseline turnout gear to characterize its’ performance was accomplished for the Smoke and Particulate Resistant Structural Firefighter Turnout (SRT) project. The main goal for this project is to develop a prototype firefighter turnout ensemble system to enhance protection against smoke and toxic vapors during and after fire suppression missions, while maintaining functionality and not degrading comfort. Prototype designs that incorporates features to prevent smoke and particulate infiltration through the turnout gear interfaces were developed. Initial testing of one prototype design showed superior performance for particulate infiltration compared to the baseline turnout gear. Work is continuing to refine the prototype designs. 4) A new project to provide “Respiration Protection for Firefighters during Overhaul Operations” was initiated. The project goal is to develop a respiratory protection system for use by firefighters during overhaul operations. After a structure fire has been suppressed firefighters conduct overhaul operations to extinguish any smoldering hot spots. Initially firefighters wear their self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), but commonly swap the SCBA for a particulate filter mask when the carbon monoxide (CO) concentration drops below 35 parts per million (ppm). However, particulate masks do not provide protection against chemical vapors and there is no correlation between the CO concentration and that of other toxic contaminants. The filter that will be developed will be available for use with equipment from any manufacturer through the use of a standard STANAG 40 mm connector. The goal of the new system is to be much lighter and more comfortable than an SCBA, durable, require minimum maintenance, have low operating cost, and be reasonably priced. 5) The text to 9-1-1 project developed technology solutions to initiate a screen with emergency 9-1-1 text on a translator’s computer along with a VoIP (voice over internet protocol) voice call to connect the translator and responding 9-1-1 operator in real time. An application program interface (API) was developed to enable the connection of language service providers (LSPs) who conduct real time translations of texts and the 9-1-1 center operators who receive the texts directly on their screens from the wireless carriers. Machine translation of emergency texts was developed concurrently, and will be benchmarked for performance against human translators. 6) National Information Sharing Consortium (NISC) accomplished: • Kick Off Meeting and Work Plan completed for grant award made at end of FY15 (9/14/15) • Conducted CHECKPOINT 16 on May 11, 2016, a multi-national information sharing exercise that tested and evaluated situational awareness and decision support tools for the emergency management and homeland security communities. Key highlights included: o Participation from over 60 individuals from local, state, and federal government agencies, state National Guard units, private sector companies, Canadian participants, and nonprofit organizations, demonstrating broad interest in the exercise and information sharing tools featured. Following the exercise, several participants indicated interest in adopting tools into their own organizations; o Development and use of the Battle Rhythm Manager, a virtual exercise facilitation tool that was made available to all NISC members for their own exercise purposes and was an important facilitation tool during the January 23, 2017 New Orleans Flood Experiment. o Development of a preliminary plan for implementing REBOUND 17, a multi-phase information sharing exercise to increase awareness of and evaluate information sharing tools and best practices for the emergency management and homeland security community. • Added three information sharing tools to the NISC Member Portal, including the Battle Rhythm Widget, the CHECKPOINT 16 Exercise Viewer, and the Mutual Aid Resource Planner and providing trainings on how to integrate tools into members’ operational environments. • Hired NISC’s Executive Director, to serve in a volunteer capacity to lead fundraising efforts, NISC operations, and strategic activities to ensure long-term sustainability of the NISC. • Received a Gold Sponsorship from G&H International Services, Inc. to provide continued staff and technical support for the organization.
Fiscal Year 2017 The Smoke and Particulate Resistant Structural Firefighter Turnout gear (SRT) project was completed. This included developmental testing by firefighters to determine what prototype turnout configuration meets the requirements of the project, while minimizing any change to normal structural firefighter concept of operations. Lion, PPE, the developer’s industrial partner for this effort, obtained National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1971 certification for the SRT garments. An Operation Field Assessment (OFA) was conducted by DHS S&T in August 2017 at the FEMA National Fire Academy in Emmitsburg, MD. A “soft roll-out” of the SRT garment occurred on November 1, 2017 by Lion, PPE. Lion had a full commercial release occurred at the Fire Department Instructor’s Conference (FDIC) in April 2018. The SRT garments are being marketed by Lion as the REDZONE™ Contaminate Control package. NFPA 1975 certification for the prototype base ensemble garments was obtained by the industrial partners for both of the base ensemble award recipients in August 2017. The Next Generation First Responder (NGFR) program received 100 NFPA certified garment ensembles (i.e. shirt and pants) for their “Spiral 2” exercise in August 2017. One hundred fifty prototype ensembles from each industrial partner were received in early FY 2018 for wear testing by law enforcement, fire, and EMS personnel across the United States, and in the UK and Sweden. Feedback from the wear testers will be provided to the industrial partners so they can make any required modifications to the garments before commercialization. Testing and characterization of potential filter media for use in the “Respiration Protection for Firefighters during Overhaul Operations” project continued during FY 2017. There is currently no air filter canister that is specifically designed for firefighting overhaul activities, so firefighters may not have the best level of protection of hazardous chemical which are present during overhaul activities. Both particulate filtration media and charcoal filtration (to remove hazardous vapors) were investigated, with the goal of developing a filter canister optimized for removing the hazardous chemicals that are present during overhaul activities. Congress legislated P25 CAP to ensure LMR equipment complies with P25 standards for interoperability across suppliers. The P25 CAP is a partnership of DHS’s Office for Interoperability and Compatibility (OIC), industry, and the first responder community. The initial program focused on the Common Air Interface, which allows for over-the-air compatibility between radios and tower equipment. To continue improving the P25 CAP process, OIC developed a Compliance Assessment Bulletin (CAB) for testing of the Inter Sub-system Interface (ISSI) as part of the P25 CAP. However, P25 CAP recognized laboratories have been reluctant to expand their testing beyond the Common Air Interface (CAI) to include the ISSI. In part, the reluctance can be attributed to a seeming lack of financial benefit for the labs to invest in the resources needed to conduct ISSI testing. More recently, OIC has initiated the development of a CAB for testing of the Console Sub-System Interface (CSSI). It is believed that the laboratory requirements would be very similar for a participating laboratory to conduct testing for both of these interfaces. OIC has an opportunity to effect change in this area. OIC is interested in the capability of testing and evaluating ISSI and CSSI equipment from the various vendors. OIC will share its existing knowledge on the topic and refer to others with ISSI/CSSI testing expertise and work closely with the P25 CAP Advisory Panel members and other US Federal law enforcement organizations.
Fiscal Year 2018 As previously mentioned, the Smoke and Particulate Resistant Structural Firefighter Turnout gear (SRT) garments were commercially released by Lion PPE under the “REDZONE™ Contaminant Control Package” tradename. Initial response by fire departments has been very positive. Wear testing for the base ensemble garments began in FY 2018. Garments are still being distributed to some first responder agencies due to unexpected sizing and shipment/distribution issues. Feedback from the wear testers will be provided to both vendors and their industrial partners so they have the opportunity to make any modifications to the garments before they are commercialized. Selection of both particulate and charcoal filter media for use in the “Respiration Protection for Firefighters during Overhaul Operations” project continued during FY 2018. Modifications to the selected charcoal mixtures are being made to characterize performance of the mixtures against hazardous vapors found at the scene of structural fires and during the NIOSH certification tests. A rubber “boot” that fits over filter canisters and contains protection against large particulate matter is also being developed. Clogging of the filter canister’s particulate filter is often the limiting factor for the useful life of the canister. The addition of a cleanable, reusable filter for protection against large particulates (similar to the foam air filter for a lawn mower, etc.) should extend the useable lifetime of filter canisters and will be able to be used with any filter canister system. The work on the “Overhaul” filter canister system is anticipated to be completed in late FY 2018. An S&T Operational Fire Assessment (OFA) is scheduled to occur in early FY 2019. The OFA provides an opportunity for firefighters to test the developed technology under controlled and/or simulated conditions to ensure that it meets operational requirements and does not interfere with normal operational tasks. In FY 2018, an Award for the development of respiratory protection for wildland firefighters was made. Currently, wildland firefighters either have no respiratory protection, or use other techniques and methods (such as a wet bandana) to provide respiratory protection. While these other methods may provide some protection against large particulates, they do not protect against the fine particulates that are most damaging to the lungs, or against the hazardous chemical vapors that are present. The project was initiated in April 2018, with a scheduled conclusion in September 2019. Initial concepts are being developed for a scarf-like structure that is light weight, easy to carry, and is comfortable to wear for extended periods of time. The charcoal mixture development work that was conducted for the “Respiration Protection for Firefighters during Overhaul Operations” project will be leveraged for the “Wildland Firefighter Respiratory Protection” project. The final charcoal mixture developed for the “Overhaul” project will be used as the starting point of the investigation of an optimized filtration system for the “Wildland” project. In FY 2018, an Award for the development of a durable glove for use in hoist rescue operations was made. Currently rescue hoist personnel are using a variety of gloves to guide the wire hoist cable during rescue missions. The weighted moving cable causes severe degradation of the gloves, often requiring the rescue hoist personnel to frequently change gloves, sometimes daily. The goal of this project is to develop a glove that will provide the required levels of protection and durability for rescue hoist personnel, without causing damage to the rescue cable. The project was initiated in April 2018, with a scheduled conclusion in March 2019. Base on input from rescue hoist personnel, potential materials are being tested for their durability and glove designs are being developed.
Fiscal Year 2019 During FY 2019, the wear testing for the base ensembles was completed. Feedback from the first responders was provided to the appropriate performer and their industrial partner. The majority of the feedback received from first responders indicated non-adoption of the base ensemble uniform and it is unlikely that this garment will be commercialized. The Operational Field Assessment (OFA) for the “Respiration Protection for Firefighters during Overhaul Operations” project was completed in October, 2018. The project concluded in January, 2020. The project performer is moving forward in a separate non-related DHS effort to produce production quality, Overhaul filters for testing, NIOSH certification and obtaining additional feedback on the technology through Voice of the Customer (VOC) efforts. Unfortunately, the Project Performer's manufacturing partner decided not to service the firefighting sector of the respiratory protection market any longer - the Project Performer has had interest in the Overhaul filter system from other manufacturers, to include 3M/Scott and MSA. The Project Performer is currently in discussions with these product manufacturers to determine their level of commitment. The hoist rescue glove project has been extended to FY20 Q4. The OFA was completed in FY20 Q1. The final prototype glove has been developed and small modifications are being made by the commercial manufacturer. Once the final prototype glove is completed, it will be provided to rescue hoist operators for operational testing. Work on the wildland firefighter respiratory protection project will continue into FY 2021. The initial concept for the scarf-like structure was presented to wildland firefighters to determine what materials, construction, fasteners, etc., will be able to be worn comfortably for an extended period of time. Work on the size and shape of the filters, charcoal bed depth, filter holding system, material sewed in the filter frame, etc., has been performed with close cooperation of the wildland firefighter community. Depending on availability of prototype wildland firefighter respiratory devices and wildland firefighters to test the device (which is dependent on the number of wildland fires that are occurring at the time), it is possible that an Operational Field Assessment (OFA) of the prototype wildland respiratory protection device may occur in mid FY 2021. B) National Information Sharing Consortium (NISC) • Update the NISC Strategic Plan to cover the next 3-5 years and focus on strategic priorities to increase revenue and expand business opportunities. • Increase NISC membership through outreach and engagement in exercises (e.g. CHECKPOINT 17) • Update the NISC publications and guidance for the emergency management and healthcare communities. • Continue to solicit sponsorships for financial support from other information sharing and geospatial information systems organizations. C) National Alliance for Public Safety GIS (NAPSG) Assess the geospatial information sharing capabilities of the GIS Inventory, and its integration, interoperability, and scalability with the DHS Geospatial Information Infrastructure (GII) and other existing capabilities • Identify common mutual aid information to be shared across organizations • Identify and develop guidance for Mutual Aid Resource management dashboards • Test interoperability and integration of existing mutual aid technologies and standards-based tools D) Deliver a protocol for answering text-to-911 calls that includes scripts and best practices necessary for effective, accurate and efficient text-to- 911 provisioning. Conduct pilot testing of the technology solution to validate and refine the preliminary text-to-9-1-1 translation operational requirements and to collect data on the number, length, and complexity of text-to-911 interactions in Spanish. The pilot is critical to ensure that all overall project deliverables are informed by real world Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) input and field tested to validate assumptions and thresholds. The Text-to-911 specification and standard will be finalized, and a cost model template and cost basis will be developed.
Fiscal Year 2020 The Phase 2 activities for the cooperative agreement "Vehicle Warning for Early Inspection (VIEW), achieved numerous accomplishments including: 1) Biweekly calls between Phase 2 awardees and DHS components to discuss work plan activities, functional and operational requirements. 2) Development and demonstration of prototype capabilities of under-carriage scanning of vehicles. Demonstrations provided via video files and detailed briefings - all during COVID pandemic. 3) One grantee selected to continue research and development addressing Phase 3. • The FAST (SATT) promotional video was delivered to NCDMPH in support of the FAST curriculum. Link: https://www.dhs.gov/medialibrary/assets/videos/23360 • Drafted content outline for FAST curriculum(s), both instructor-led and self-taught • Drafted materials for FAST curriculum • Drafted and released mobile application • Drafted learning and delivery aids • Preliminary design modification of the Wildland Respirator Protective Device (WRPD) from an air purifying respirator (APR) to a powered air purifying respirator (PAPR). • Provided select members of the First Responders Resource Group (FRRG) a prototype version of the WRPD in preparation for the virtual Critical Design Review (CDR) • Facilitated a virtual CDR with wildland firefighters to obtain Voice of the Customer feedback on the WRPD design. • Modified design of the WRPD to include both a chest-mounted and a hip-mounted unit based on feedback received during the CDR • Initial glove design presented to first responders responsible for rescue hoist operations during the Preliminary Design Review (PDR) • Feedback received resulted in modification of the initial prototype design and inclusion of a wear indicator to alert first responders to the need for glove replacement.
Fiscal Year 2021 The FAST course was released on August 19, 2021 by the American Red Cross for the 2021/2022 school year and offered at no charge to high school students under the age of 19. Estimate instructor count to triple by the end of the calendar year. Final operational capability includes an on-line presence that serves as an outreach, awareness and central access point to register for training, access training content, and purchase training materials. This effort will be fully transitioned on October 14, 2022. The hip and chest mounted Wildland Respirator Protective Devise (WRPD) designs have been finalized and ready for assessment by first responders. Testing has been performed to determine the pre-product prototypes operability. This capability will be thoroughly vetted during the OFA. Demonstrate the WRPD's commercial viability to potential manufacturers during the Operational Field Assessment (OFA) which will be facilitated by NUSTL at the Harbison State Forest in Columbia, SC. The OFA will be held on Friday, May 20th and multiple wildland firefighters will be in attendance to assess the WRPD and provide feedback. Additionally, personnel from California Fire (CAL Fire), US Fire Administration, and the NFPA will be in attendance as observers. This effort will be fully transitioned on 30 May 2022. NUSTL facilitated an OFA of the enhanced hoist rescue glove at the United States Coast Guard Facility in Elizabeth City, NC. Project concluded in FY21 with multiple prototype gloves being provided to first responders via a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) to assess glove performance and provide feedback to the Project Performer. HDMI began the process of identifying manufacturers for transitioning the glove to the commercial market but later decided to cancel the commercialization effort. This effort has concluded. S&T, along with Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, was able to develop and implement a study design to measure the impact of the Blue Campaign videos on awareness of human trafficking. The research team fielded a survey instrument to measure the impact of the Blue Campaign materials on first responders, specifically to outcomes to 1) awareness of human trafficking, 2) awareness of being in a position to detect human trafficking, 3) motivation to report cases of human trafficking, 4) knowledge about reporting mechanisms, ) opinions on the usefulness of the indicators of human trafficking, Data collection was completed in FY21, gathering data from 2000 study participants. Five hundred U.S. adults belonging to the job category of first responders were recruited into each study. Findings from this data collection noted that Blue Campaign materials appear to be working in raising general awareness, appear to be working in reporting knowledge, and appear to be working in raising ability of one's position at work to identify possible cases of human trafficking. This activity continues into FY22 with research efforts focused on human trafficking indicators and expansion of sample frame to capture an assessment of outcomes among 1) transportation, 2) first responders, 3) convenience store employees and 4) youth worker sectors. DHS S&T met with numerous (20+) CBP and FPS field agents from across the USA during a 4-day field demonstration of the VIEW capability in May, 2021. These agents were provided a demonstration of the VIEW prototype at the Baltimore-Washington Cox-Manheim Auto Auction Facility where the performer is currently deploying other VIEW prototypes for commercial purposes (50 units ordered in FY21). This demonstration included the physical hardware COTS components, the Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning algorithms that flagged under-carriage anomalies (planted items), and digitally captured images for archive and future comparison of same and similar vehicles. Agents provided feedback and recommendations based on requirements, anomaly detection and operational field experiences. The vendor consolidated this feedback and incorporated changes into the design, development, functionality, and training for the final prototype. The vendor also submitted a provisional Patent application including both the baseline VIEW functionality intended for DHS components (CPB, FPS) and a number of other imaging modalities. Additionally, the vendor submitted patent applications for anomaly detection for automotive detections as well as Machine Learning algorithms for threat and elicit object/substance detection for safety and security applications. In July 2021 the VIEW technology was selected by the U.S. Air Force and participated in their AFWERX Base Security and Defense Showcase that presented innovative solutions for the USAF Base of the Future.
Fiscal Year 2022 - Fully transitioned the Student Aged Trauma Training (SATT) to the American Red Cross (re-branded at First Aid to Severe Trauma Training in October, 2022). In collaboration with FEMA, this effort adapted the Stop the Bleed curriculum, adjusting the content to be age appropriate for middle and high school aged students and provided additional general first aid introduction content. FAST was fully funded by DHS S&T and is now offered through the American Red Cross at no cost to anyone 18 years old or under. - Completed a literate review and evaluated the Blue Campaign products that were developed to raise awareness about human trafficking in first responders through pre-post assessments with identified participants. This study resulted in a manuscript titled “A Quasi-Experimental Intervention Trial to Test the Efficacy of the Blue Campaign: A Human Trafficking Awareness Campaign” which has since been published in the Journal of Human Trafficking.
Homeland Security Appropriations Act, 2022, Public Law 117-103
Public Law DHS Appropriations Act, 2022-117-103, Statute ,
Who is eligible to apply/benefit from this assistance?
Applicant Eligibility
States (includes District of Columbia, public institutions of higher education and hospitals), Local (includes State-designated Indian Tribes, excludes institutions of higher education and hospitals), Public nonprofit institution/organization (includes institutions of higher education and hospitals), Federally recognized Indian Tribal Governments, Individual/Family, Profit organization, Private nonprofit institution/organizations (includes institutions of higher education and hospitals) States, local governments, private, public, international, profit or nonprofit organizations, Indian Tribal governments, or individuals specified by U.S. Appropriation Statute, including U.S. and international institutions of higher education and educational laboratories.
Beneficiary Eligibility
Federal, State, and local governments, private, public, profit or nonprofit organizations, Indian tribal governments, and individuals.
May be required by the U.S. Statute, regulation, or program guidance.
What is the process for applying and being award this assistance?
Pre-Application Procedure
Preapplication coordination is not applicable.
Application Procedure
2 CFR 200, Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards applies to this program. Application deadline and other information are contained in the application/program guidance.
Award Procedure
Applications or plans are reviewed by DHS program and administrative staff. Any issues or concerns noted in the application will be negotiated with the successful applicant prior to the award being issued.
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Approval/Disapproval Decision Time
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How are proposals selected?
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How may assistance be used?
Funding is used for labor and materials in support of basic efforts supporting the purpose of this grant.
What are the requirements after being awarded this opportunity?
Performance Reports: Refer to program guidance.
In accordance with the provisions of 2 CFR 200, Subpart F - Audit Requirements, nonfederal entities that expend financial assistance of $750,000 or more in Federal awards will have a single or a program-specific audit conducted for that year. Non-Federal entities that expend less than $750,000 a year in Federal awards are exempt from Federal audit requirements for that year, except as noted in 2 CFR 200.503. These audits are due to the cognizant Federal agency, submitted through the Federal Audit Clearinghouse, not later than nine months after the end of the grantee's fiscal year.
Grant records shall be retained for a period of three years from the day the recipient submits its final expenditure report. If any litigation, claim, negotiation, audit, or other action involving the records has been started before the expiration of the 3-year period, the records must be retained until completion of the action and resolution of all issues which arise from it, or until the end of the regular 3-year period, whichever is later. Grant records include financial and program/progress reports, support documents, statistical records, and other documents that support the activity and/or expenditure of the recipient or sub-recipient under the award.
Other Assistance Considerations
Formula and Matching Requirements
Statutory formula is not applicable to this assistance listing.

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Length and Time Phasing of Assistance
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Financial Information
Account Identification
(Project Grants) FY 22$475,000.00; FY 23 est $9,513,943.00; FY 24 est $9,000,000.00; FY 21$2,826,759.00; FY 20$4,214,319.00; - (Cooperative Agreements) FY 22$600,129.00; FY 23 est $1,600,000.00; FY 24 est $1,000,000.00; FY 21$3,441,252.00; FY 20$2,350,000.00; -
Range and Average of Financial Assistance
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Regulations, Guidelines and Literature
2 CFR 200
Examples of Funded Projects
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