Webinar: Federal Grants for Public Safety Information Sharing
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Webinar: Federal Grants for Public Safety Information Sharing

This event featured best practices on sharing data during emergencies and common challenges when applying for federal grants. Presented by the Department of Homeland Security First Responder Group and the National Information Sharing Consortium

7/30/2013
When: July 30, 2013
Presenter: Mark Silviera, Tracey Trautman, Michael Dane, Troy Wolfington, Jean-Pierre Debarros, Jeff Bryant

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Narrative: This webinar is presented by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) First Responder Group and the National Information Sharing Consortium.

This event featured best practices on sharing data during emergencies and common challenges when applying for federal grants. The event provided participants with…

  • Costs and activities related to information sharing that are allowed by various federal grant programs
  • The grant lifecycles and what dates and tasks to be aware of
  • Responsibilities once a grant is awarded
  • The different roles of state and federal government
This is the seventh in a series of non-GITA produced webinars that has been made available to members through an agreement which makes all previous DHS/NISC presentations available in the GITA Learning Center.

 

Presenters:

  • Mark Silveira, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department of Homeland Security
  • Tracey Trautman, Bureau of Justice Assistance, Department of Justice
  • Michael Dane, National Telecommunications & Information Administration, Department of Commerce
  • Troy Wolfington, Office of Emergency Communications, Department of Homeland Security
  • Jean-Pierre Debarros, National Hospital Preparedness Program, Department of Health and Human Services
  • Jeff Bryant, Center for Disease Control, Division of State and Local Readiness, Department of Health and Human Services

 

Keywords: grants, data sharing