NG911 Grant Program
The Next Generation 911 Grant Program was developed to help drive the 911 community’s transition to NG911 and is jointly administered by the Department of Transportation - DOT National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Department of Commerce (DOC) National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) proposes to provide funding to Washington state for tribal and state Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs). More than $2.8 million in federal funds were awarded to the state of Washington in August 2019.
The funding is to advance implementation of the Next Generation 911 and improve the technology and operation of the nation’s 911 system. Two state projects and 10 local projects were selected to receive federal funds. See summary for details (PDF).
Contact for the grants is statewide services program manager Lisa Barbier at 253-512-7015 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following information provides essential details about the NG911 Grant Program
- FAQ Links (PDF)
- 911 Grant Application (PDF)
- 911 Grant Program Guidelines (PDF)
- Federal Register/Vol 83 (PDF)
- SAFECOM Guidance for Equipment (PDF)
- Notice of Final Opportunity (PDF)
- Recommended Minimum Training Guidelines (PDF)
- Audit Certification Form (PDF)
- Code of Federal Regulations 2 CRF 200
- Federal Grant Summary (PDF)
- Quarterly Report (Word)
- Non-division Certification (Word)
- Annual Performance Report (PDF)
- SF-428 Equipment Disposition (PDF)
- Instruction for A-19 Reimbursement (Excel)
- Updated Safecom Guidance for Equipment (PDF)