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Emergency Management Performance Grant. EMPG Program Narrative Overview Program Purpose – To assist State, local, and Tribal governments for all-hazards.

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1 Emergency Management Performance Grant

2 EMPG Program Narrative Overview Program Purpose – To assist State, local, and Tribal governments for all-hazards preparedness, which includes prevention, mitigation, protection, response, and recovery activities.

3 Grant Administration FY11 and previous will continue to be administered by OEM FY12 and forward will be administered by FGPA FY12 Award letters have been signed and mailed out to county signatory. FY12 Guidance documents and application are being finalized All applications, progress and fiscal reports will be submitted to FGPA

4 Eligible Expenses Management and Administration (5%) Personnel Planning Training Exercises Equipment EOC Construction/Renovation (written approval from FEMA and EHP review required)

5 Requirements – 50% Match Requirement – Develop a multi-year Training and Exercise Plan. – EMPG-funded personnel must complete requisite NIMS and Professional Development Series training. – EMPG-funded personnel participate in three exercises of any type per year. – Submit After Action Reports/Improvement Plans within 90 days following conduct of an exercise

6 Required Training National Incident Management System (NIMS) Training: IS 100 – Introduction to Incident Command System IS 200 – ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents IS 700 – National Incident Management System (NIMS) IS 800 – National Response Framework – An Introduction FEMA Professional Development Series: IS 120 – An Introduction to Exercises IS 230.a – Fundamentals of Emergency Management IS 235.a – Emergency Planning IS 240.a – Leadership & Influence IS 241.a – Decision Making and Problem Solving IS 242.a – Effective Communication IS 244.a – Developing and Managing Volunteers

7 Federal Application Process FEMA Releases Grant Guidance NYS Submits Application within 90 days FEMA evaluates and acts on application within 90 days FEMA releases award document NYS obligates funds to locals within 45 days (award letters)

8 Grantee Contract Process Grantee submits applications to FGPA via email Applications are reviewed and information is entered into e- grants Grantee reviews and submits application electronically in the e-grants system DHSES prepares contracts and notifies county/city signatory via email that contract can be e-signed in the e-grants system DHSES Finance Office Approval NYS Attorney General Approval Office of NY State Comptroller Approval Executed Contract Returned to DHSES and notification to Grantee Grantee completes Local Contract Approval process and signatory electronically signs contract in e- grants DHSES signs contract and forwards for control agency approval.

9 Grantee Reimbursement Process Grantee prepares voucher, Fiscal Cost Report and Detailed Itemization Forms Submit package to DHSES DHSES Program Rep reviews for allowable costs and matches to contract budget, then forwards to Fiscal Unit Fiscal Unit processes voucher Voucher is forwarded to OSC OSC audits voucher and releases payment ACH Deposit or Check to grantee

10 Reports are due within 30 days of the end of each quarter Timely and accurate reporting is critical Fiscal Paperwork and Quarterly Reports

11 Reports Due Quarterly State Aid Voucher, FCR, Detailed Itemization Forms (DIF’s), and Progress Reports January 1 – March 31 is due April 30 th April 1 – June 30 is due July 30 th July 1 – September 30 is due October 30 th October 1 – December 31 is due January 30 th Refer to Appendix A-1 and C for further guidance on report submission requirements

12 NYS Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services Federal Grant Program Administration, Contracts Unit Email: Contracts Representative: Tammy Bernard (518) 242-5098, Email: Office of Emergency Management Grants Administrator: Steve Kirk (518) 242-2221, Email: Important Links Grant Information - Grant Forms – same as above: click on Grant Forms/Egrants tab Contact Us

13 Schenectady Chautauqua Bronx New York Richmond Nassau Doug Fassbender (Thruway Authority) Carol Stumpf (NYSP) Contracts Unit Assignments Shelley Wahrlich, Manager Tony Pesce (OCS) Ryan Lamothe Tammy Bernard (DMNA, OCA) Eric Abramson (DEC, OPRHP, Stonegarden) Earl Knowles – (Equip Procurement Specialist) (Revised 9/28/12) Jim McCallen (Queens DA, PANY/NJ, Transit, RCPG, Port Security, MTA, DOH, OTDA, OEM, DCJS) Cattaraugus Allegany Tioga Niagara Orleans Genesee Wyoming Erie Monroe Schuyler Steuben Ontario Yates Tompkins Wayne Onondaga Cortland Broome Chenango Madison Oswego Jefferson Lewis St. Lawrence Franklin Clinton Essex Hamilton Warren Herkimer Fulton Montgomery Oneida Otsego Schoharie Saratoga Albany Rensselaer Delaware Greene Sullivan Ulster Orange Columbia Dutchess Putnam Rockland Westchester Kings Queens Suffolk Chris D’Entrone (Ag & Mkts, DOT) Val Bloomer (NFP) Beverly Riley (OFPC) Michael Heath (OGS, AG) Tracy Bub Marianne Lindsay Robin Quintin – (Revolving Loan Fund; Recruitment/Retention Grant) Targeted Grant POC’s HazMat – Tammy Bernard Critical Infrastructure – Eric Abramson Technical Rescue – Jim McCallen Canine – Jim McCallen Bomb Squad – Eric Abramson

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