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Resources for Federally Funded Grants

WEM will not be able to award sub-grants if an agency does not have an active System for Award Management Unique Entity Identifier (SAM UEI) number.

If your organization needs to obtain a System for Award Management Unique Entity Identifier (SAM UEI) number, go to https://sam.gov/content/home.

For more information about how to register in SAM, please access the following guides:

For more information about FEMA’s grant policy and implementation for preparedness grants, please access this manual.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: 11/30/2022

The HS Local Exercises project establishes six equal subgrants awarded to the Wisconsin counties in each WEM Region to lead the planning efforts and conduct a Regional active-shooter exercise.

Eligibility: Dane, Eau Claire, Fond du Lac, Oconto, Washburn, and Waukesha Counties are the only eligible applicants.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: 11/30/2022

Funds will be used by Wisconsin Emergency Management (WEM) to support the Association of Wisconsin Incident Management Teams (AWIMT), who represent all state and regional teams responding on behalf of local jurisdictions.

Eligibility: Dane, Eau Claire, Fond du Lac, Oconto, Washburn, and Waukesha Counties are the only eligible applicants.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: 12/15/2022

This grant will sustain a full-time project position at Wisconsin Emergency Management (WEM) Bureau of Planning and Preparedness to promote whole community preparedness across the state. The coordinator will support the state’s existing and newly developed public/private partnership initiatives and work extensively with the business sector on preparedness, mitigation, and recovery efforts along with the Business Emergency Operations Center (BEOC).

Eligibility: Dane, Eau Claire, Fond du Lac, Oconto, Washburn, and Waukesha Counties are the only eligible applicants.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: 12/15/2022

Funds will be used to purchase endpoint monitoring, managed device access tools, and ePollbook Network Modernization to safeguard the statewide voter registration database and election management system.

Eligibility: Dane, Eau Claire, Fond du Lac, Oconto, Washburn, and Waukesha Counties are the only eligible applicants.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: 12/15/2022

The 2024 Capstone is an entire HSEEP exercise series designed to train and exercise for the exploitation of a cascading statewide incident. The project includes planning, preparation, and development for EOC-specific functions, county, tribal, and municipal-specific response functions, and coordination with various state and federal support resources. Training and exercise milestones include Integrated Preparedness Planning workshops, regional table top exercises, a statewide functional exercise, a statewide full-scale exercise, and a multi-week statewide recovery functional exercise series among all participating SLTT agencies based on the preceding full-scale exercise. Requested funding will be used to retain exercise development contractors, logistics and support LTEs, travel, lodging, exercise supplies, equipment, and sustainment supplies.

Eligibility: Dane, Eau Claire, Fond du Lac, Oconto, Washburn, and Waukesha Counties are the only eligible applicants.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: 12/15/2022

This is a continuing project. The funding request is made to support the Southeastern WI Threat Analysis Center’s (STAC) mission to safeguard the citizens in STAC’s area of responsibility (AOR) by proactively identifying divergent threats primarily with a criminal or terrorism nexus and assisting to mitigate those threats. Funding will be used for the following objectives: continued daily operations support, support of preparedness exercises, update or replace computer hardware and software, training for STAC analysts, Threat and Fusion Liaison Officer (FLO) recruitment, outreach and training, address the growing need of STAC partners for analytic assistance, case support, technical support, events support, and information sharing. Without HSGP grant funding many of the STAC’s capabilities would be lost.

Eligibility: Dane, Eau Claire, Fond du Lac, Oconto, Washburn, and Waukesha Counties are the only eligible applicants.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: 12/15/2022

The Critical Infrastructure Protection Intelligence Analyst (CIP) is an ongoing project. This analyst will coordinate site visits and assessments with local public and private sector facility representatives to provide Vulnerability Assessments and related resources in the furtherance of the National Preparedness Goals Core Capabilities of Prevention, Protection, Mitigation, and to further the information sharing mission of the STAC, which includes preparing and countering potential acts of terrorism against Wisconsin’s critical infrastructure and communities in whole. CIP also collects, researches, and analyzes threats relating to critical infrastructure for the STAC Area Of Responsibility (AOR) and surrounding area.

Eligibility: Dane, Eau Claire, Fond du Lac, Oconto, Washburn, and Waukesha Counties are the only eligible applicants.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: 12/30/2022

This grant will support the Aligned Law Enforcement Response Team (ALERT) initiative by allowing the Regional Dive Teams the ability to purchase diving equipment on anything related to the divers safety and needs. WEM will provide grant funds for the agencies to acquire specific equipment that is essential for divers when responding to high-risk diving situations. Equipment can be diving suits, gear, salvage lifts, accessories such as lights, helmets, goggles, breathing apparatus, etc.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: 12/30/2022

This grant will allow the Superior Police Department funding to purchase breaching equipment, tools, and storage for transporting and set up of specific tools for immediate deployment situations. WEM will provide grant funds for specific tools and accessories for breaching and storage equipment for fast action situations that require entry to a dwelling. The tools will allow the tactical unit to gain access during high-risk situations for ALERT (Aligned Law Enforcement Response Team) responses.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: 12/30/2022

This grant will support the Aligned Law Enforcement Response Team (ALERT) initiative by allowing the ALERT Tactical Regional Teams to purchase ballistic personal protection vest and helmets as well as the accessories for such. This will allow better protection to tactical and medical personnel in high-risk situation that are assigned to their team from other agencies.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: 12/30/2022

This grant will support the Aligned Law Enforcement Response Team (ALERT) initiative by allowing the regional response teams to purchase tactical night vision and thermal imaging equipment for use in high-risk situations to identify target areas. WEM will provide grant funds for the purchase equipment that enhances night operations that will afford tactical officers the ability to utilize specialized thermal and infrared equipment. This will include the equipment and accessories for such equipment.