The 911 Grant Program will provide emergency call centers around the country with grants to upgrade technology and resources that enhance public safety operations.
The Department of Transportation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s 911 Grant Program is designed to assist emergency call centers with upgrading technology and operations that allow operators to better serve the public and connect more easily and seamlessly with first responders.
Full applications are now being accepted for the emergency call center grants, which will provide funding to emergency call centers nationwide through allocations.
Created by the Middle Class Tax Relief and Jobs Act of 2012, and revamped as part of the Next Generation 911 Advancement Act, eligible activities include:
The total grant amount exceeds $109 million, with allotments for states, territories and tribal organizations. A grant’s share of the total cost of any activity carried out under the program may not exceed 60 percent of the eligible cost of carrying out grant activities.
Watch this pre-recorded webinar for more information about the grant and application process.
Applications are due by April 2.
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