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Homeland Security Grant Program

Programs

Funding Totals

NOFOs & Documents

The Homeland Security Grant includes a suite of risk-based grants to assist state, local, tribal and territorial efforts in preventing, protecting against, mitigating, responding to and recovering from acts of terrorism and other threats. This grant provides grantees with the resources required for implementation of the National Preparedness System and working toward the National Preparedness Goal of a secure and resilient nation.

Resources

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Recipients seeking guidance on policies and procedures for managing preparedness grants should reference this manual for program-specific information as well as overall guidance on rules and regulations.

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How to Apply

Follow the step-by-step process for applying with tips in each stage.

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Fiscal Year 2023 SHSP/UASI Risk Methodology Updates

Due to the evolving threats that we face in the United States, the Fiscal Year (FY) 2023 State Homeland Security Program (SHSP)/Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) risk methodology has been updated.

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FEMA - Congressional Report on the Domestic Violence Extremism National Priority Area

FEMA is publishing a public report, Combatting Domestic Violent Extremism FY 2021 and FY 2022, Preparedness Grant Programs, at the direction of Congress. This report details the use of FY 2021 and FY 2022 State Homeland Security Program and Urban Area Security Initiative, part of the Homeland Security Grant Program, grant funds to address the Combating Domestic Violent Extremism National Priority Area. Nearly $178 million has been awarded so far for that purpose between the two programs for those fiscal years.

Individual Grant Programs

Together, these three grant programs comprise the Homeland Security Grant Program and fund a range of preparedness activities, including planning, organization, equipment purchase, training, exercises, and management and administration across all core capabilities and mission areas.

State Homeland Security Program (SHSP)

This program provides funding to support the implementation of risk-driven, capabilities-based State Homeland Security Strategies to address capability targets.

Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI)

This program provides funding to enhance regional preparedness and capabilities in designated high-threat, high-density areas.

Operation Stonegarden (OPSG)

This program provides funding to enhance cooperation and coordination among state, local, tribal, territorial, and federal law enforcement agencies to jointly enhance security along the United States land and water borders.

Annual Funding Totals

FY 2023

Total funding available for fiscal year 2023: $1.12 billion

  • State Homeland Security Program: $415 million
  • Urban Area Security Initiative: $615 million
  • Operation Stonegarden: $90 million
State/Territory SHSP Allocation UASI Allocation - By Urban Area OPSG Allocation
Alabama $4,847,500 $100,000
Alaska $4,847,500
American Samoa $1,108,000
Arizona $4,847,500 Phoenix Area - $5,250,000 $15,900,000
Arkansas $4,847,500
California $57,035,623 Anaheim/Santa Ana Area - $5,250,000
California Bay Area - $36,493,265
California Los Angeles/Long Beach Area - $66,174,270
California Riverside Area - $3,900,000
California Sacramento Area - $3,800,000
California San Diego Area - $16,445,560 $13,100,000
Colorado $4,847,500 Denver Area - $3,900,000
Connecticut $4,847,500
Delaware $4,847,500
District of Columbia $5,085,387 National Capital Region - $50,360,095
Florida $9,343,905 Jacksonville Area - $1,500,000 $3,336,500
Florida Miami/Fort Lauderdale Area - $14,528,750
Florida Orlando Area - $3,800,000
Florida Tampa Area - $3,800,000
Georgia $5,288,656 Atlanta Area - $7,700,000 $75,000
Guam $1,108,000
Hawaii $4,847,500 Honolulu Area - $1,500,000
Idaho $4,847,500 $174,000
Illinois $13,894,910 Chicago Area - $66,174,270
Indiana $4,847,500 Indianapolis Area - $1,645,333
Iowa $4,847,500
Kansas $4,847,500
Kentucky $4,847,500
Louisiana $4,847,500 New Orleans Area - $1,645,333 $760,000
Maine $4,847,500 $1,240,000
Maryland $7,074,841 Baltimore Area - $3,800,000
Massachusetts $6,190,947 Boston Area - $16,646,500
Michigan $5,085,387 Detroit Area - $5,250,000 $1,886,500
Minnesota $4,847,500 Twin Cities Area - $5,250,000 $1,062,000
Mississippi $4,847,500 $305,000
Missouri $4,847,500 Kansas City Area - $1,645,333
Missouri St. Louis Area - $3,800,000
Montana $4,847,500 $1,530,000
Nebraska $4,847,500
Nevada $4,847,500 Las Vegas Area - $5,250,000
New Hampshire $4,847,500 $200,000
New Jersey $7,074,841 Jersey City/Newark Area - $18,631,275
New Mexico $4,847,500 $2,955,000
New York $68,033,267 New York City Area - $173,950,017 $2,845,000
North Carolina $5,085,387 Charlotte Area - $3,800,000
North Dakota $4,847,500 $1,540,000
Northern Mariana Islands $1,108,000
Ohio $6,190,947 Cincinnati Area - $1,645,333 $1,070,500
Ohio Cleveland Area - $1,645,333
Oklahoma $4,847,500
Oregon $4,847,500 Portland Area - $3,800,000
Pennsylvania $8,136,252 Philadelphia Area - $16,646,500 $180,000
Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Area - $1,645,333
Puerto Rico $4,847,500 $1,673,000
Rhode Island $4,847,500
South Carolina $4,847,500
South Dakota $4,847,500
Tennessee $4,847,500 Nashville Area - $1,500,000
Texas $18,210,451 Austin Area - $1,500,000 $37,613,000
Texas Dallas/Fort Worth/Arlington Area
Texas Houston Area - $24,231,000
Texas San Antonio Area - $3,800,000
U.S. Virgin Islands $1,108,000 $85,000
Utah $4,847,500
Vermont $4,847,500 $800,000
Virginia $8,136,252 Hampton Roads Area - $3,800,000
Washington $6,190,947 Seattle Area - $6,250,000 $1,569,500
West Virginia $4,847,500
Wisconsin $4,847,500
Wyoming $4,847,500

FY 2022

Total funding available for fiscal year 2022: $1.12 billion

  • State Homeland Security Program: $415 million
  • Urban Area Security Initiative: $615 million
  • Operation Stonegarden: $90 million

FY 2021

Total funding available for fiscal year 2021:  $1.12 billion

  • State Homeland Security Program: $415 million
  • Urban Area Security Initiative: $615 million
  • Operation Stonegarden: $90 million

NOFOs and Ancillary Documents

Fiscal Years 2023 and 2022

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Fiscal Year 2023
The FY 2023 Notice of Funding Opportunity is available below, as well as on Grants.gov.

Fiscal Year 2021 and Previous Years' NOFOs and Documents