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1 Instructions for Completing the FY12 State Homeland Security Program Form General All 2012 project applications are to be submitted by the COG using the FY12 State Homeland Security Program Form (FY12-SHSPF), an online software database accessed through the North Central Texas COG (NCTCOG) website; shsp/fy12/fy12_shsp.asp. Any projects that include equipment purchases will also require the completion of a supplemental form providing detailed information on equipment to be purchased. The form is to be submitted to the SAA via at the same time that the project is submitted in the NCTCOG website. This form is available on the NCTCOG website; shsp/fy12/fy12_shsp.asp. You will not be able to save your project in the middle of entering the information. Once you have submitted the form, it is saved and you will not be able to go back and make changes to the project. One suggestion is to use the Word document available for download at shsp/fy12/fy12_shsp.asp. You can fill in the information you need to at your own pace and return to the website at a later time and copy/paste the information you entered in your Word document into the online form. This allows you to spell check and perform character counts in advance. Before entering any of your projects in the FY12-SHSPF, first select your COG from the drop down menu and scroll down the page to the section where you are asked to indicate which jurisdictions will be included in a project. If you find that a jurisdiction is not listed that you plan to include in any of the projects, contact Amanda Everly for technical support before you submit the application. Activities implemented must support terrorism preparedness by building or enhancing capabilities that relate to the prevention of, protection from, mitigation of, response to, and recovery (PPMRR) from terrorism in order to be considered eligible. However, many capabilities which support terrorism preparedness simultaneously support preparedness for other hazards. Grantees must demonstrate this dual-use quality for any activities implemented under this program that are not explicitly focused on terrorism preparedness. As a requirement of the FY 2012 guidance, if new capabilities are being built utilizing HSGP funding, grantees must ensure that the capabilities are able to be deployable outside of their community to support regional and national efforts. Please address how the project will meet this condition if applicable. Exceptions to this requirement are for fixed resources such as fusion center capability. Projects should clearly indicate what typed capability equipment purchases and training activities they will support in the project descriptions. Please see other FY 2012 Priorities and Requirements, outlined in Appendix B - FY 2012 Program Specific Priorities, of the FY 2012 HSGP FOA, starting on page 26. Separate Investments must be submitted for Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention projects that meet the 25% investment requirement. Copies of all jurisdiction projects that are captured in the Investments submitted by the COG must be delivered to the SAA by post (P.O. Box 4087, Austin, TX, ) or (to at the same time that the project is submitted in the NCTCOG website.

2 2012 HSGP Investment Justifications: 1. Intelligence & Information Sharing State level fusion center (required): maturation and enhancement of baseline and analytic capabilities, based on 2011 Fusion Center Assessment gaps Facilitate the implementation of plans and procedures to work in conjunction with the Texas Fusion Center, and achieve and maintain baseline capabilities for Major Urban Area Fusion Centers (required if not already required to be submitted in 2012 UASI project submittal) Suspicious activity reporting Other projects that enable interdiction and disruption of terrorist activity through enhanced understanding and recognition of preoperational activity and other crimes that may be precursors or indicators of terrorist activity 2. Interoperable Communications Prioritize projects that build capabilities to those required to meet narrowing banding standards Sustaining existing capabilities (e.g. life cycle replacement of equipment) 3. Sustaining Special Response Teams and First Responder Capabilities CBRNE /WMD detection, HAZMAT response and decontamination, Urban Search and Rescue, SWAT and other tactical teams First responder equipment sustainment needs (PPE, WMD Pharmaceuticals, Calibration and maintenance for WMD-related detection and identification systems, and closely related investments to update or sustain current first responder equipment) 4. State, Regional & Local Planning Core capability development planning to include typing and tracking of equipment and special response teams (the SAA will require reporting on equipment and special response teams for ongoing and future uses of homeland security funds.) Planning and execution of training and exercises focused on terrorism prevention, protection and response Identifying and maintaining CI/KR data Multi-jurisdictional operational planning, to include plans for regional operational coordination of terrorism, prevention, protection, and response activities and sharing of capabilities. Maintaining or updating Emergency Operations Plans, consistent with guidance in CPG 101.v2 and the Whole Community Approach to Security and Emergency Management Planning and implementation of initiatives to enhance the Citizens Corp Program Instructions for Completing the FY12 State Homeland Security Program Form Page 2

3 Program Form # of Characters Allowed Additional Instructions CONTACT INFORMATION Region: Select region from the DROPDOWN MENU Name: (Name of person filling out application) Phone: The project coordinator is the person that you would like us to contact in regard to this project. Project Coordinator Name: Project Coordinator Project Coordinator Phone Number: Please select the most relevant Investment category: 1. Intelligence & Information Sharing 2. Interoperable Communications 3. Sustaining Special Response Teams and First Responder Capabilities 4. State, Regional & Local Planning Make a selection from the dropdown list provided. Only projects that fit within the scope of the these Investments, as per the 2012 HSGP Investment Justification list provided, will be considered for funding. If you determine that a high priority project for the region to close a critical gap does not fit within the investment justifications as outlined, you may submit a request to the SAA Deputy Assistant Director for prior approval to include the project with your submission. The request must provide sufficient information to ascertain its focus on terrorism prevention, protection, mitigation, response and recovery, the core capability which the project is focused on sustaining and the gap it addresses. Requests must be submitted to the SAA Deputy Assistant Director by March 19 th. COGs with a recognized fusion center, that is not required to be submitted in a UASI application, must include a project to 1) facilitate the implementation of plans and procedures to work in conjunction with the primary fusion center (i.e. the Texas Fusion Center), as part of the statewide fusion process; and 2) achieve and maintain Baseline Capabilities for State and Major Urban Area Fusion Centers. Priority of Project Please indicate the priority of each project in relation to all projects submitted for 2012, but identified in two groups; 1) Projects of the highest priority that will account for 100% of the minimum award amount indicated; and 2) Projects that would be implemented if funds above the minimum, but not exceeding the maximum, are awarded. Begin the priority for projects within the minimum funding with a P, e.g. P01. Begin the priority for projects above the minimum funding with an S, e.g. S01 Instructions for Completing the FY12 State Homeland Security Program Form Page 3

4 Project Title: 150 Project titles should follow this prescribed format: I J #*_C O G _J urisdiction Na m e (if a p plica ble)_ d escriptivetitle * Indicate if the project is a Law Enforcement project with an LE after the IJ number. Title should be as specific to the scope of the project as possible. General titles such as, Interoperable Communications, Planning, Enhance/Establish Emergency Operations, etc., should be avoided. Examples of Acceptable Titles: IJ#1LE_CAPCOG_Austin_Sustainment of Austin Regional Intelligence Center Software IJ#2_PRPC_Sustain Regional Tower Site Leases IJ#3_AACOG_San Antonio_ Equipment and Training for 4 SAFD Special Response Teams IJ#4_NORTEX_ Identify Regional Infrastructure and Resources for Addition to the National List of Level I or Level II CI/KR Sites Check if this project is for law enforcement terrorism prevention. Check if this project supports a fusion center. 25% of all funding must go towards allowable law-enforcement terrorism prevention initiatives. These projects must be submitted separately from non-law enforcement projects. Refer to Appendix B - FY 2012 Program Specific Priorities, page 29, of the FY 2012 HSGP FOA, for additional guidance on priority activities for building law enforcement terrorism prevention capabilities. COGs with State or National fusion centers are required to submit at least one Project under this investment justification, unless they are required to be submitted in a UASI application. Please check to indicate if the project would have been funded under one of these indicated programs in previous years: - Buffer Zone Protection Program (BZPP) - Interoperable Emergency Communications Grant Program (IECGP) - Citizen Corps Program (CCP) - Metropolitan Medical Response System (MMRS) Choose the Goal, Objective, and Priority Action associated with this proposal. The form includes an outline with the state goals, objectives and priority actions. Select up to two priority actions from the DROPDOWN list by holding down the control key when making the second choice. Describe the threats and hazards that create the need for the project: 1250 The identified threats and hazards should align with the COG s Texas Homeland Security Strategic Plan-Implementation Plan for 2012, the COG s State Preparedness Report submitted to the SAA recently, and be focused on terrorism prevention, protection, mitigation, response, or recovery (PPMRR), with other hazards as a secondary need only. Include a discussion of the three primary risk components of threat, vulnerability and consequences Instructions for Completing the FY12 State Homeland Security Program Form Page 4

5 related to the threats and/or hazards addressed in the project. Describe the capability gap which will be addressed by the project: 1250 The identified capability gap should align with the COG s Texas Homeland Security Strategic Plan- Implementation Plan for 2012, the COG s State Preparedness Report submitted to the SAA recently, and be focused on terrorism PPMRR, with other hazards as a secondary need only. Describe gaps between existing capabilities and desired capability. Demonstrate how this Investment will enable the whole community to maintain a baseline understanding of the risks they face, facilitate efforts to identify capability and resource gaps, focus capability improvements, and inform the community of actions they can take to manage risks. Where appropriate, applicants should quantify where capability gaps exist that may hinder their ability to successfully improve and play a critical role in helping communities in all stages of disaster preparedness, response, and long-term recovery. For fusion center Investments only. Indicate how requested funding directly aligns to any capability gaps identified during the center s individual 2011 Fusion Center Assessment Report. In particular, each proposed project included in the fusion center Investment must reference the corresponding Critical Operational Capabilities (COCs) and Enabling Capabilities (ECs), as well as associated attribute(s), the funding investment is intended to address. Describe the project and the activities that will be implemented The project should align with the COG s Texas Homeland Security Strategic Plan-Implementation Plan for 2012, the COG s 2011 State Preparedness Report submitted to the SAA, and be focused on terrorism PPMRR, with other hazards as a secondary need only. Address if the project is building, enhancing, or sustaining a typed capability. Examples of information that might be provided include: Planning Activities - specifics on the types of plans to be developed (regional, local, emergency management, risk assessment, hazard mitigation, evacuation, COOP, etc.) Organization Activities details on expanded coverage (personnel hours, geographic, etc.) Equipment Activities how equipment purchased will enhance terrorism PPMRR Training Activities specific capabilities to be addressed in proposed training Exercise Activities specific capabilities to be tested in proposed exercise(s) How will the project reduce the capability gap: 1250 Identify if this Investment focuses on building new capabilities or sustaining existing capabilities. Dropdown list will be provided. Projects must be either a building or a sustainment project, but not both. If necessary, submit two Instructions for Completing the FY12 State Homeland Security Program Form Page 5

6 - Building New Capabilities - Sustaining Existing Capabilities Describe existing capability levels and prior projects that address the identified goals/objectives and what will be in place to support the Investment prior to the use of FY 2012 funds. Explain the long-term approach to sustaining the capabilities developed by this project. If this is a multi-jurisdictional project, please check all participating jurisdictions and enter the amount each will receive. projects, one for each type. Applicants must ensure that requested funds maintain current capabilities that were funded by past HSGP funding cycles or other funding sources. New capabilities should not be built at the expense of maintaining current, essential capabilities. If new capabilities are being built utilizing HSGP funding, applicants must ensure that the new capabilities are able to be deployable outside of their community, through the Emergency Management Assistance Compact (EMAC), to support regional and national efforts. Exceptions to this are fixed resources such as fusion center capabilities Discuss major milestones, purchases, training activities, or other implementation steps that have been or will have been started and/or completed before the application of FY 2012 HSGP funds. Include in your description specific reference to prior years HSGP grant funded projects related to this specific project proposal, but also mention activities funded locally or through other sources The form will auto populate a list of jurisdictions and spaces for amounts. Enter decimal numbers only, no characters (dollar signs, commas). Do not put N/A, only numbers. Only jurisdictions and entities that can meet 2012 grant eligibility criteria should be indicated for inclusion in the project. Provide an explanation on the regional impact of this project. Enter the amount of funding for each category. Planning Organization Equipment Training Exercise M/A* Total [Calculated] Provide a description and amount for any inkind and/or local match for this project: 1250 An answer to this question is required for both projects that build new capabilities and projects that sustain existing capabilities; however, as a requirement of the FY 2012 guidance, if new capabilities are being built utilizing HSGP funding, grantees must ensure that the capabilities are able to be deployable outside of their community to support regional and national efforts. Please address how the project will meet this condition if applicable. Exceptions to this requirement are for fixed resources such as fusion center capability. A table will be provided for the entry of amounts under each category. Enter decimal numbers only, no characters (dollar signs, commas). Do not put N/A, only numbers. There are no federal or state match requirements for FY Please indicate if the Region will require a match for subrecipients. Instructions for Completing the FY12 State Homeland Security Program Form Page 6

7 Amount: $ Description: You must include a specific breakdown by funding category (Planning, Organization, Equipment, Training, Exercises, and M&A.) Planning: (Include AEL Codes) Organization: (Include AEL Codes) Equipment: Provide a description here of equipment to be purchased. Full equipment details and AEL codes are to be indicated on the form provided by the SAA for submission to the SAA directly. Training: (Include AEL Codes) Exercises: (Include AEL Codes) M&A: (Include AEL Codes) (Maximum allowed is 5% of award total.) Please select applicable Core Capabilities and indicate amount of funding for each Does this Investment require new construction or renovation, retrofitting, or modification of existing structures? Time period for completion of project: 1-4 Months 5-8 Months 9-12 Months Months Months 1250 for each POETE section Please be as specific as possible to explain intended expenditures, with a cost estimate for each. Provide detailed information on exactly what personnel, contractors, services, equipment, etc. the funding will be used for under each applicable POETE category. If multiple jurisdictions are included in the project, please provide expenditure information for the individual jurisdictions under each POETE category. Any Equipment purchases will also require the completion of a supplemental form to capture a more detailed list of equipment to be purchased. The form is to be submitted to the SAA via at the same time that the project is submitted in the NCTCOG website. This form is available on the NCTCOG website along with remittance instructions, shsp/fy12/fy12_shsp.asp.. The form will include a table of core capabilities to choose from and a place to enter an amount for each capability the proposed project addresses. Dropdown list will be provided first space blank to force a choice and not allow a default selection. Choose a time period from the dropdown menu. Please avoid auto selecting the longest period provided in these options. All projects must be completed within the performance period provided in the subrecipient award (TBD). Extensions will only be considered for the most compelling legal, policy, or operational challenges that were unforeseeable at project outset. Do not submit proposals for projects that cannot realistically be completed in the performance period provided. Project Management Steps involved: Choose only one. Initiate, Plan, Execute, Control, Close Out Select the most applicable step from the dropdown list. Instructions for Completing the FY12 State Homeland Security Program Form Page 7

8 List 3to 5 milestones of this project, and then list the intended completion date for each milestone. Milestones should occur throughout the project. Milestone 1: Intended Start Date: Intended Milestone Completion Date: Milestone 2: Intended Milestone Completion Date: Milestone 3: Intended Milestone Completion Date: Milestone 4: Intended Milestone Completion Date: Milestone 5: Intended Milestone/Project Completion Date: Measuring project impact: List 1 to 5 specific performance outcomes that can be used to measure the success of the project. Outcome 1: Outcome 2: Outcome 3: Outcome 4: Outcome 5: 300 for each milestone 300 for each Outcome Indicate the intended start date for the project, and provide 3 to 5 milestones with the intended completion date for each milestone. A milestone is a reference point that marks a major event in a project and is used to monitor the project's progress. The milestones for a project should present a clear sequence of events that will incrementally build up to completion of the project. All dates must be MM/DD/YYYY format. Include a 0 before January through September, the 0 before the first 9 days of the month, and 20 at the beginning of each year. Outcome measures should provide clear metrics to assess how well the project is closing identified capability gaps. For example: Percentage of Law Enforcement Agencies transitioned to APCO Project 25 standards Disclaimer: I certify, by checking this box, that the information provided in this submission is accurate. By checking this box, I am indicating that I am authorized to submit this project by my governing body. I also understand this project proposal serves as a request for consideration for grant funding and that there is not a guarantee of award by submitting this request. I understand that if this project is funded, I will complete all necessary actions listed in the grant sub-recipient agreement and special terms and conditions. I also understand that any variation to an approved project must be submitted through the formal change request process. Additionally, the change must be authorized by the regional council and should a change request be denied, funds can be reallocated to another project or jurisdiction. Instructions for Completing the FY12 State Homeland Security Program Form Page 8

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