UNDERSTANDING THE GRANTS PROCESS FOR FIRSTNET PROJECTS (Part I)

Seeking and applying for a grant can be a daunting process. This three-part free webinar series will help state, local, and tribal entities, public safety entities, and public safety consultants navigate and understand the finer aspects entailed in applying for grants. In Part I, the focus is upon the steps necessary to complete before submitting the grant application. This webinar series delves into greater detail of all the topics covered previously in the first webinar to enhance the potential for success of a grant application. The subject areas will be reviewed in more detail at a granular level. If you missed the first one, Funding FirstNet Communications Projects with Federal Grants, we encourage you to view the slides prior to this webinar.

DEFINE THE FIRSTNET PROJECT
• What does this look like?
• What should be considered?
CONDUCT NEEDS ASSESSMENT
• What and who is needed in the grant?
• Who should be involved in the process?
RESEARCH FUNDING
• Where to look for grants and what you need to know before you apply.
• Mandatory requirements for consideration.
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
• Good to know before you write your grant.

Presenter: Kamala Kuhn is the former Deputy Director of the Nevada Division of Emergency Management. Ms. Kuhn has over 26 years of professional senior management experience in State and Local Government. In addition to her other management duties, she had oversight and management responsibility for all public safety grants administered by the division to include Homeland Security Grant Program, Emergency Management Preparedness Grant, Federal Disaster Assistance Grants, Communications Grants, Fire Mitigation, and Flood Mitigation Grants.

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