4 Homeland Security Grant Program Fiscal YearTotal Award from Federal Government – including Metro Atlanta Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI)Local PortionState Portion2014$12,706,615$10,348,304$2,358,3112013$11,418,784$9,249,215$2,169,5692012$10,291,212$8,346,382$1,944,8302011$21,343,329$17,564,967$3,778,3622010$37,527,380$31,171,647$6,355,7332009$37,686,881$30,857,891$6,828,9902008$46,659,686$39,283,749$7,375,9372007$71,240,418$56,992,334$14,248,0842006$44,406,375$35,525,100$8,881,2752005$54,918,163$43,934,530$10,983,6332004$67,450,733$53,960,586$13,490,1472003$51,767,000$41,413,600$10,353,400Total$ 467,416,576$378,648,305$88,768,271Federal funds were provided to create and enhance statewide coverage, build teams and capabilities for the following projects: GSAR GSAR K9, EOD/EOD K9, HazMat, Medical Surge, Interoperability, Planning, Exercise, Training, CBRNE, Citizens Corp, Tactical Medical Response, Buffer Zone, SWAT, Rail & Transit, Infrastructure Protection, Law Enforcement, and Urban Area Security Initiatives.
5 Local and State Capabilities in Georgia Built and Supported by Homeland Security Grants 14 Explosive Ordnance Detection (EOD) Teams15 Georgia Search and Rescue (GSAR) Teams50 Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Teams10 Law Enforcement Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Explosive (LE CBRNE) Teams9 GSAR K9 Teams2 Incident Management Teams (IMT)10 GBRT K9 Teams63 EOD K9 Teams
14 Be Ready Governor’s Severe Winter Weather Taskforce Recommendations Improved communication with all private and public partnersReady GA App UpgradesNew GIS technologyBrine Pre-TreatmentMulti-Agency Strike Teams
18 “In preparing for battle I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable” - Dwight D. Eisenhower
19 EMA Directors & Field Coordinators The PRIMARY POINT OF CONTACTwithin each community is the localEmergency Management Agency Director.Field Coordinators serve as a liaison between state government/GEMA, the local public safety community and local elected officials.
20 Field CoordinatorsField Coordinators develop working relationships with local government leaders including Mayors and Commissioners.Relationships are also developed with agency heads such as sheriffs, police chiefs, EMS directors, directors and fire chiefs.Additional local agency contacts will include DFACS, Health Departments, public works, etc.
21 WebEOC Statewide System for Crisis Management Electronic communication between the State and local jurisdictionsWeb-based, accessible from any location, unlimited usersToolbox for Managing Crisis InformationResource management (requests for assistance)Situational awareness / information sharingUsed at GEMA for Daily Operations and DisastersAvailable for all EMAs StatewideFor daily operational useFor use during local emergencies /disastersTraining Available for EMA Directors and StaffNo cost to the local jurisdiction