Idaho Office of Emergency Management - Idaho Public Safety Communications Commission (IPSCC)
07/31/20 5:00 PM MDT Postmarked, emailed, or hand-delivered
Grants to Idaho governmental and multi-governmental organizations for the maintenance, purchase, or leasing of first responder communications systems. Projects that demonstrate collaboration of equipment between two or more agencies are encouraged. Eligible uses of funds include computer hardware, software, database provisioning, training, salaries directly related to such systems, costs of establishing such systems, management, maintenance and operation of hardware and software applications and agreed-to reimbursement costs of telecommunications providers related to the operation of such systems.
The IPSCC will give consideration to on-going maintenance fees for 911 phone systems based on a sliding scale (1 st year @ 100%, 2nd year @ 90%, 3rd year @ 80%, and on down). This will be based on a PSAP’s financial status at the time of application. Also (on a case by case basis) the IPSCC will consider assistance in paying lines fees when consolidating 911 phone systems.
GrantWatch ID#: 186181
All unused grant funds must be returned by the Applicant no later than May 31.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit applications to:
R David Moore, Grants Program Manager
E-911 Grants and Agreements Manager
4040 W. Guard St., Bldg 600
Boise, ID 83705
Work: (208) 954-2578
Fax: (208) 422-5993
Andrew (Craig) Logan, Idaho 911 Program Manager
4040 W. Guard St., Bldg 616
Boise, ID 83705
Work: (208) 258-6526
Cell: (208) 869-8713
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