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CISA's SAFECOM Unveils Updated List of Financial Assistance for Emergency Communications

In partnership with SAFECOM and the National Council of Statewide Interoperability Coordinators (NCSWIC), the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) updated the List of Federal Financial Assistance Programs Funding Emergency Communications. This evolving resource highlights grants, loans, and agreements that bolster emergency communications. The list provides insights into key grant aspects, from objectives to allowable emergency communication-related costs. 

Given the ever-changing landscape of emergency communication, the list undergoes weekly updates. Federal grant agencies with relevant funding opportunities are encouraged to contact: Emergency-Comms-Grants@cisa.dhs.gov

Founded after 9/11, SAFECOM was created to enhance public safety communications across the nation. Under CISA's leadership, it guarantees that responders can communicate seamlessly across varied systems. NCSWIC, established by CISA in 2010, supports interoperability coordinators in strengthening communications throughout all levels of government. 

For a comprehensive look into SAFECOM and NCSWIC, visit CISA's Safecom webpage.

Last Updated: 03/14/2024
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