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U.S. Department of Homeland Security 
Washington, DC 20472 
Grant Programs Directorate Information Bulletin 
No. 398a 
Aug...
The Information Bulletin posted on the fema.gov/grants website will be updated to reflect the information presented in thi...
* SHSP and UASI Only: Per the Homeland Security Act of 2002 (Public Law 107–296), Title XX, § 2006, as amended by the Impl...
grant funding to support increased port-wide risk management; enhance domain awareness; conduct training and exercises; ex...
FY 2014 SHSP Allocations 
State/Territory 
FY 2014 Allocation 
State/Territory 
FY 2014 Allocation 
Alabama 
$3,733,000 
M...
FY 2014 UASI Allocations 
State/Territory 
Funded Urban Area 
FY 2014 UASI Allocation 
Arizona 
Phoenix Area 
$5,500,000 
...
FY 2014 OPSG Allocations 
State 
Allocation 
Alabama 
$99,923 
Arizona 
$12,415,661 
California 
$9,334,826 
Florida 
$872...
FY 2014 NSGP Allocations 
State 
Urban Area 
Allocation by Urban Area 
Allocation by State 
Arizona 
Phoenix Area 
$ 213,4...
FY 2014 THSGP Allocations 
State 
Tribe 
FY 2014 Allocation 
AK 
Aleut Community of St. Paul Island 
$389,102 
AZ 
Colorad...
FY 2014 TSGP Allocations 
State 
Agency 
Allocation 
California 
Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District 
$260,000 
Los Ange...
FY 2014 PSGP Allocations 
Group I 
State 
Port Area 
Entity 
Funding 
CA 
Los Angeles/Long Beach 
APM Terminals Pacific Lt...
State 
Port Area 
Entity 
Funding 
St. Charles Parish 
$266,955 
United Bulk Terminals - Davant 
$158,444 
NY/NJ 
New York...
FY 2014 PSGP Allocations 
Group II 
State 
Port Area 
Entity 
Funding 
AK 
Seward 
Alaska Railroad Corporation 
$104,736 
...
State 
Port Area 
Entity 
Funding 
Northern Mariana Islands 
Commonwealth Ports Authority 
$375,000 
HI 
Honolulu 
State D...
State 
Port Area 
Entity 
Funding 
New Bedford 
Massachusetts Environmental Police (OLE) 
$20,000 
New Bedford Harbor Deve...
State 
Port Area 
Entity 
Funding 
Department of Public Safety- NC State Highway Patrol 
$102,415 
North Carolina State Po...
State 
Port Area 
Entity 
Funding 
Port of Corpus Christi Authority 
$1,056,213 
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department 
$686...
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NPS component-FEMA Grant Programs Directorate Information Bulletin 398a final v508 dtd Aug 6, 2014

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National Preparedness System component, TractorFax IS NOT another of the many “ONE-OFF government-funded-development; TractorFax is a first of its kind fully developed government-funded-development, comprehensive, all-in-one National Preparedness System (NPS) component and compliments all 13 existing Incident Management Systems investments.

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NPS component-FEMA Grant Programs Directorate Information Bulletin 398a final v508 dtd Aug 6, 2014

  1. 1. U.S. Department of Homeland Security Washington, DC 20472 Grant Programs Directorate Information Bulletin No. 398a August 6, 2014 MEMORANDUM FOR: All State Administrative Agency Heads All State Administrative Agency Points of Contact All Urban Areas Security Initiative Points of Contact All State Homeland Security Directors All State Emergency Management Agency Directors All Eligible Regional Transit Agencies All Private Sector Transportation Security Partners All Public and Private Sector Port Security Partners All Tribal Nation Points of Contact FROM: Brian Kamoie Assistant Administrator for Grant Programs Federal Emergency Management Agency SUBJECT: Update to Information Bulletin #398 - Fiscal Year 2014 Preparedness Grant Programs Allocation Announcement This Information Bulletin (IB) supersedes IB 398, the 2014 Fiscal Year (FY) Preparedness Grant Programs Allocation Announcement, which was released Friday, July 25, 2014. The purpose of this IB is to: a) address the specific changes to IB 398, and; b) provide updated, final allocation tables for the FY 2014 preparedness grant programs. Changes in this IB: • The Nonprofit Security Grant Program allocation table listed in IB 398 has been updated to reflect the correct total dollar amount allocated to Missouri, Colorado, and New York. • The Tribal Homeland Security Grant Program allocation table listed in IB 398 has been updated to reflect the correct total dollar amount for the following entities: Cherokee Nation Emergency Management, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, and Citizen Potawatomi Nation. • The Port Security Grant Program (PSGP) allocation table listed in IB 398 has been updated to reflect the correct names for all PSGP entities. 1
  2. 2. The Information Bulletin posted on the fema.gov/grants website will be updated to reflect the information presented in this IB. Any questions regarding this IB may be directed to your FEMA Program Analyst (PA) or the Centralized Scheduling and Information Desk (CSID) at askcsid@dhs.gov or (800) 368-6498. The Grant Programs Directorate (GPD), a component of the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), is pleased to announce final FY 2014 grant allocations for the following grant programs:  Homeland Security Grant Program (HSGP)  Emergency Management Performance Grants (EMPG)  Tribal Homeland Security Grant Program (THSGP)  Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP)  Port Security Grant Program (PSGP)  Transit Security Grant Program (TSGP)  Intercity Passenger Rail (IPR) The total amount of funds allocated for the FY 2014 Preparedness Grant Programs is $1,616,346,000. FY 2014 Homeland Security Grant Program (HSGP) The HSGP is one tool among a comprehensive set of measures authorized by Congress and implemented by the Administration to help strengthen the Nation against risks associated with acts of terrorism and other catastrophic events. The FY 2014 HSGP plays an important role in the implementation of the National Preparedness System (NPS) by supporting the building, sustainment, and delivery of core capabilities essential to achieving the National Preparedness Goal of a secure and resilient Nation. The HSGP is comprised of three related grant programs: State Homeland Security Program (SHSP)*. SHSP provides $401,346,000 to support the implementation of the NPS to address planning, organization, equipment, training, and exercise needs to prevent, protect against, mitigate, respond to, and recover from acts of terrorism and other catastrophic events. SHSP also provides funding to implement initiatives that address shortfalls and deficiencies identified in the State Preparedness Report (SPR). Urban Areas Security Initiative (UASI)*. The UASI program provides $587,000,000 to address the unique planning, organization, equipment, training, and exercise needs of high-threat, high- density urban areas, and assists them in building an enhanced and sustainable capacity to prevent, protect against, mitigate, respond to, and recover from acts of terrorism and other catastrophic events. Operation Stonegarden (OPSG). OPSG provides $55,000,000 to enhance cooperation and coordination among local, tribal, territorial, state, and federal law enforcement agencies in a joint mission to secure the United States’ borders along routes of ingress from international borders to include travel corridors in states bordering Mexico and Canada, as well as states and territories with international water borders. 2
  3. 3. * SHSP and UASI Only: Per the Homeland Security Act of 2002 (Public Law 107–296), Title XX, § 2006, as amended by the Implementing Recommendations of the 9/11 Commission Act of 2007 (Public Law 110-53) (hereafter “9/11 Act”), Title I, §101, August 3, 2007, 121 Stat. 280, 6 U.S.C. § 607, states are required to ensure that at least 25 percent (25%) of the combined HSGP funds allocated under SHSP and UASI are dedicated to law enforcement terrorism prevention activities (LETPA) linked to one or more core capabilities within the National Preparedness Goal (the goal). The LETPA allocation can be from SHSP, UASI, or both. FY 2014 Emergency Management Performance Grants (EMPG) Program The EMPG Program provides $350,100,000 to assist state, local, and tribal governments in preparing for all hazards, as authorized by the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 5121 et seq.). This total funding amount includes $100,000 from the Disaster Relief Fund that FEMA must make available to the Federated States of Micronesia and the Republic of the Marshall Islands pursuant to Article X of the Federal Programs and Services Agreement of the Compact of Free Association Act (Pub. L. No. 108-188). Title VI of the Stafford Act authorizes FEMA to make grants for the purpose of providing a system of emergency preparedness for the protection of life and property in the United States from hazards and to vest responsibility for emergency preparedness jointly in the federal government and the states and their political subdivisions. The intent of the FY 2014 EMPG Program is to provide grant funding to assist state emergency management agencies in the implementation of the NPS by supporting the building, sustainment, and delivery of core capabilities essential to achieving the Goal of a secure and resilient Nation. FY 2014 Tribal Homeland Security Grant Program (THSGP) The THSGP provides $10,000,000 to directly eligible tribes to help strengthen the Nation against risks associated with potential terrorist attacks. The intent of the FY 2014 THSGP is to competitively award grant funding to assist eligible tribes in the implementation of the NPS by supporting the building, sustainment, and delivery of core capabilities essential to achieving the Goal of a secure and resilient Nation. FY 2014 Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP) The NSGP provides $13,000,000 in funding support for target hardening and other physical security enhancements and activities to nonprofit organizations that are at high risk of a terrorist attack and are located within one of the UASI-eligible urban areas. The intent of the FY 2014 NSGP is to support the building, sustainment, and delivery of core capabilities essential to achieving the Goal of a secure and resilient Nation by competitively awarding grant funding to assist nonprofit organizations in the implementation of the NPS. FY 2014 Port Security Grant Program (PSGP) The PSGP provides $100,000,000 for transportation infrastructure security activities to implement Area Maritime Transportation Security Plans (AMSPs) and facility security plans among port authorities, facility operators, and state and local government agencies required to provide port security services. The purpose of the FY 2014 PSGP is to competitively award 3
  4. 4. grant funding to support increased port-wide risk management; enhance domain awareness; conduct training and exercises; expand of port recovery and resiliency capabilities; further capabilities to prevent, detect, respond to, and recover from attacks involving improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and other non-conventional weapons. These activities will assist ports in the implementation of the NPS by supporting the building, sustainment, and delivery of core capabilities essential to achieving the Goal of a secure and resilient Nation. FY 2014 Transit Security Grant Program (TSGP) The TSGP provides $90,000,000 to the Nation’s high-threat urban areas to enhance security measures for critical transit infrastructure including bus, ferry, and rail systems. The purpose of the FY 2014 TSGP is to create a sustainable, risk-based effort to protect critical surface transportation infrastructure, increase the resilience of transit infrastructure, and protect the traveling public from acts of terrorism. This funding will assist transit agencies in the implementation of the NPS by supporting the building, sustainment, and delivery of core capabilities essential to achieving the Goal of a secure and resilient Nation. FY 2014 Intercity Passenger Rail – Amtrak (IPR) Program In FY 2014, the IPR Program provides $10,000,000 to Amtrak to protect critical transportation infrastructure and the traveling public from acts of terrorism and increase the resilience of the Amtrak rail system. The FY 2014 IPR grants funding to assist the Amtrak rail system in the implementation of the NPS by supporting the building, sustainment, and delivery of core capabilities essential to achieving the Goal of a secure and resilient Nation. 4
  5. 5. FY 2014 SHSP Allocations State/Territory FY 2014 Allocation State/Territory FY 2014 Allocation Alabama $3,733,000 Montana $3,733,000 Alaska $3,733,000 Nebraska $3,733,000 American Samoa $854,000 Nevada $3,733,000 Arizona $4,568,000 New Hampshire $3,733,000 Arkansas $3,733,000 New Jersey $8,354,000 California $60,035,000 New Mexico $3,733,000 Colorado $3,979,000 New York $76,742,000 Connecticut $3,978,000 North Carolina $5,489,000 Delaware $3,733,000 North Dakota $3,733,000 District of Columbia $4,119,000 Northern Mariana $854,000 Florida $11,010,000 Ohio $7,698,000 Georgia $6,807,000 Oklahoma $3,733,000 Guam $854,000 Oregon $3,837,000 Hawaii $3,733,000 Pennsylvania $10,026,000 Idaho $3,733,000 Puerto Rico $3,733,000 Illinois $16,357,000 Rhode Island $3,733,000 Indiana $3,978,000 South Carolina $3,733,000 Iowa $3,733,000 South Dakota $3,733,000 Kansas $3,733,000 Tennessee $3,978,000 Kentucky $3,978,000 Texas $21,448,000 Louisiana $3,978,000 U.S. Virgin Islands $854,000 Maine $3,733,000 Utah $3,733,000 Maryland $6,125,000 Vermont $3,733,000 Massachusetts $5,622,000 Virginia $7,414,000 Michigan $6,658,000 Washington $6,493,000 Minnesota $3,978,000 West Virginia $3,733,000 Mississippi $3,733,000 Wisconsin $3,978,000 Missouri $3,978,000 Wyoming $3,733,000 Total $401,346,000 5
  6. 6. FY 2014 UASI Allocations State/Territory Funded Urban Area FY 2014 UASI Allocation Arizona Phoenix Area $5,500,000 California Anaheim/Santa Ana Area $5,500,000 Bay Area $27,400,000 Los Angeles/Long Beach Area $67,500,000 Riverside Area $1,000,000 Sacramento Area $1,000,000 San Diego Area $16,874,000 Colorado Denver Area $3,000,000 District of Columbia National Capital Region $53,000,000 Florida Miami/Fort Lauderdale Area $5,500,000 Orlando Area $1,000,000 Tampa Area $3,000,000 Georgia Atlanta Area $5,500,000 Hawaii Honolulu Area $1,000,000 Illinois Chicago Area $69,500,000 Indiana Indianapolis Area $1,000,000 Louisiana New Orleans Area $3,000,000 Maryland Baltimore Area $5,500,000 Massachusetts Boston Area $18,000,000 Michigan Detroit Area $5,500,000 Minnesota Twin Cities Area $5,500,000 Missouri Kansas City Area $1,000,000 St. Louis Area $3,000,000 Nevada Las Vegas Area $1,000,000 New Jersey Jersey City/Newark Area $21,800,000 New York New York City Area $178,926,000 North Carolina Charlotte Area $3,000,000 Ohio Cincinnati Area $1,000,000 Cleveland Area $1,000,000 Columbus Area $1,000,000 Oregon Portland Area $1,000,000 Pennsylvania Philadelphia Area $18,500,000 Pittsburgh Area $3,000,000 Texas Dallas/Fort Worth/Arlington Area $15,500,000 Houston Area $24,000,000 San Antonio Area $1,000,000 Utah Salt Lake City Area $1,000,000 Virginia Hampton Roads Area $1,000,000 Washington Seattle Area $5,500,000 Total $587,000,000 6
  7. 7. FY 2014 OPSG Allocations State Allocation Alabama $99,923 Arizona $12,415,661 California $9,334,826 Florida $872,116 Idaho $30,322 Louisiana $269,274 Maine $514,929 Michigan $401,105 Minnesota $388,389 Mississippi $50,115 Montana $617,420 New Hampshire $99,333 New Mexico $2,647,317 New York $1,284,299 North Dakota $433,149 Ohio $423,268 Pennsylvania $74,007 Puerto Rico $809,572 Texas $23,124,196 Vermont $200,460 Washington $910,319 Total $55,000,000 7
  8. 8. FY 2014 NSGP Allocations State Urban Area Allocation by Urban Area Allocation by State Arizona Phoenix Area $ 213,450 $ 213,450 California Anaheim/Santa Ana Area $ 222,025 $ 2,111,525 Bay Area $ 571,500 Los Angeles/Long Beach Area $ 943,000 Riverside Area $ - Sacramento Area $ 75,000 San Diego Area $ 300,000 Colorado Denver Area $ 215,395 $ 215,395 District of Columbia National Capital Region $ 875,200 $ 875,200 Florida Miami/Fort Lauderdale Area $ 939,937 $ 1,220,515 Orlando Area $ 68,600 Tampa Area $ 211,978 Georgia Atlanta Area $ 399,615 $ 399,615 $ Hawaii Honolulu $ - - Illinois Chicago Area $ 1,199,850 $ 1,199,850 $ Indiana Indianapolis Area $ - - $ Louisiana New Orleans Area $ - - Maryland Baltimore Area $ 704,194 $ 704,194 Massachusetts Boston Area $ 150,000 $ 150,000 Michigan Detroit Area $ 326,700 $ 326,700 Minnesota Twin Cities Area $ 150,000 $ 150,000 Missouri Kansas City Area $ 239,373 $ 389,373 St. Louis Area $ 150,000 Nevada Las Vegas Area $ 75,000 $ 75,000 New Jersey Jersey City/Newark Area $ 1,148,996 $ 1,148,996 New York New York City Area $ 2,230,053 $ 2,230,053 North Carolina Charlotte Area $ 75,000 $ 75,000 Ohio Cincinnati Area $ 75,000 $ 75,000 Cleveland Area $ - Columbus Area $ - $ Oregon Portland Area $ - - Pennsylvania Philadelphia Area $ 752,403 $ 845,779 Pittsburgh Area $ 93,376 Texas Dallas/Fort Worth/Arlington Area $ - $ 299,995 Houston Area $ 299,995 San Antonio Area $ - $ Utah Salt Lake City Area $ - - Virginia Hampton Roads Area $ 74,960 $ 74,960 Washington Seattle Area $ 219,400 $ 219,400 8
  9. 9. FY 2014 THSGP Allocations State Tribe FY 2014 Allocation AK Aleut Community of St. Paul Island $389,102 AZ Colorado River Indian Tribes $146,714 Gila River Indian Community $905,284 Pascua Yaqui Tribe $367,072 CA Hoopa Valley tribe $262,073 Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeno Indians $221,182 Quechan Indian Tribe $54,096 San Pasqual Band of Diegueno Mission Indians of California $160,908 Yurok Tribe $458,796 ID Nez Perce Tribe $437,134 ME Indian Township Tribal Government $146,016 MI Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians $120,000 MN Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe $148,002 Prairie Island Tribal Council $182,000 NV Reno-Sparks Indian Colony $348,366 NY Seneca Nation of Indians $750,000 OK Citizen Potawatomi Nation $637,243 Cherokee Nation Emergency Management $341,929 Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma $272,727 Otoe-Missouria Tribe $324,032 Tonkawa Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma $91,377 OR Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde $187,015 Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Oregon $1,069,200 SC Catawba Indian Nation $263,605 TX Ysleta del Sur Pueblo $300,568 WA Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation $102,058 Makah Tribe $77,800 Puyallup Tribe $750,934 Swinomish Indians of the Swinomish Reservation, Washington $484,767 Total $10,000,000 9
  10. 10. FY 2014 TSGP Allocations State Agency Allocation California Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District $260,000 Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority $6,285,096 Orange County Transportation Authority $600,000 Sacramento Regional Transit $29,029 San Diego Metropolitan Transit System $1,000,000 San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) $17,412,250 San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) $2,811,905 San Joaquin County Regional Rail Commission (ACE Rail) $435,122 Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) $350,000 District of Columbia Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority $7,179,016 Georgia Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) $800,000 Illinois Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) $5,102,571 Commuter Rail Div. of the Regional Transportation Authority $2,138,211 Pace Suburban Bus Division of the RTA $328,912 Massachusetts Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority $2,550,763 Maryland Maryland Transit Administration $1,211,011 Minnesota Metropolitan Council / Metro Transit $379,230 Missouri Bi-State Development Agency $124,500 Kansas City Area Transportation Authority $75,000 North Carolina City of Charlotte $78,750 New Jersey Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA) $1,565,500 New Jersey Transit $13,014,688 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) $2,944,620 New York New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority $18,101,304 Oregon Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon $908,239 Pennsylvania Port Authority of Allegheny County $114,970 Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) $3,248,771 Texas Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County Texas $114,733 Utah Utah Transit Authority $75,000 Washington King County Department of Transportation $760,809 Total $90,000,000 10
  11. 11. FY 2014 PSGP Allocations Group I State Port Area Entity Funding CA Los Angeles/Long Beach APM Terminals Pacific Ltd. $75,000 City of Long Beach $155,100 City of Long Beach Harbor Department $3,565,837 City Of Long Beach Police Department $637,500 Los Angeles Police Department $1,713,135 Long Beach Container Terminal, Inc. $287,500 Los Angeles County (Sheriff's Department) $318,750 Marine Exchange of Los Angeles Long Beach Harbors, Inc. $125,661 Pacific Maritime Services LLC $25,000 Pasha Stevedoring & Terminals L.P $500,000 SSA Pacific, Inc. $25,000 SSA Terminals (Long Beach), LLC $25,000 SSA Terminals C60 $25,000 Yusen Terminals Inc. $150,000 San Francisco Bay City of Oakland Fire Department $578,527 City of Stockton Fire Department $506,250 Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff $327,339 Alameda County Sheriff’s Office $500,000 County of Sacramento $438,146 San Joaquin County Information Systems Division $262,500 Marin County Fire Department $51,007 Port of Oakland $1,326,938 Port of Redwood City $328,750 Port of San Francisco $1,440,337 Southern Marin Fire Protection District $25,000 SSA Terminals, LLC $25,000 DE/NJ/PA Delaware Bay Camden County Sheriff's Department $25,000 City of Wilmington Fire Department $19,000 Delaware Bay and River Cooperative, Inc. $23,000 Delaware River and Bay Authority $1,009,200 Delaware State Police $220,000 New Castle City Police $30,000 Paulsboro Refining Company LLC $24,508 Philadelphia Regional Port Authority $125,775 Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P. $48,085 Trenton Fire Department $454,426 LA New Orleans International Matex Tank Terminals $324,177 Parish of Jefferson $1,000,000 Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries-Baton Rouge $268,479 Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries-New Orleans $250,209 Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries-Plaquemines $422,133 Louisiana State Police $702,293 NuStar Logistics, L.P. $22,000 Plaquemines Parish Government $120,000 Plaquemines Port Harbor and Terminal District $170,175 Port of Greater Baton Rouge $326,833 St. Bernard Port Harbor & Terminal District $500,925 11
  12. 12. State Port Area Entity Funding St. Charles Parish $266,955 United Bulk Terminals - Davant $158,444 NY/NJ New York/New Jersey City of Bayonne Fire Department $25,000 City of Newark NJ Fire Department $536,250 City of Perth Amboy $25,000 County of Nassau $1,425,095 County of Union $128,440 Jersey City Department of Fire and Emergency Services $217,500 City of Linden $25,000 New York City Department of Transportation $990,000 New York City Fire Department $2,826,574 New York City Police Department $5,783,249 New York Cruise Lines, Inc. $300,000 New York State Department of Environmental Conservation $477,853 New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs $116,184 North Hudson Regional Fire and Rescue $207,654 Sprague Operating Resources LLC $24,980 Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P. $41,316 Sustainable Terminal Services, Inc. $442,000 TC Ravenswood LLC $112,500 Town of Kearny $9,576 Westchester County Department of Public Safety $25,000 TX Houston-Galveston Board of Trustees of the Galveston Wharves-Port of Galveston $821,175 City of Baytown $57,638 City of Galveston Police Department $56,475 City of Houston $845,250 City of Texas City $68,550 Harris County $1,810,826 Jacintoport International LLC $547,500 Kinder Morgan Liquids Terminals LLC $667,500 Odfjell Terminals (Houston), Inc. $388,069 Port of Houston Authority $48,375 Port of Texas City Security Council, Inc. $427,846 Texas Parks and Wildlife Department $770,530 Vopak North America Inc. $700,000 WA Puget Sound City of Gig Harbor Police Department $20,259 City of Port Angeles, Police Department $69,000 Seattle Fire Department $1,774,050 Tacoma Police Department $75,000 Pierce County $224,306 King County Sheriff's Office $2,175,000 Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office $90,000 Pierce County Fire District 3 $72,604 Port of Anacortes $256,942 Port of Everett $206,248 Port of Olympia $60,900 Port of Port Angeles $701,063 Port of Seattle $95,838 Port of Tacoma $870,000 SSA Terminals, LLC $25,000 Washington State Patrol $330,905 Group I Total $47,945,914 12
  13. 13. FY 2014 PSGP Allocations Group II State Port Area Entity Funding AK Seward Alaska Railroad Corporation $104,736 AL Decatur City of Decatur $207,466 Mobile APM Terminals $145,000 Mobile Police Department $19,688 AR Little Rock North Little Rock Fire Department $25,000 Osceola Mississippi County, Arkansas Sheriff's Office $18,750 CA Hueneme Oxnard Harbor District (Port of Hueneme) $409,410 San Diego General Dynamics - National Steel and Shipbuilding Company $74,290 San Diego Unified Port District $1,892,500 San Diego Unified Port District-Harbor Police $122,063 CT Old Saybrook Town of Old Saybrook $271,177 Stamford City of Stamford $70,749 Sprague Operating Resources LLC $24,990 Stratford Town of Stratford $127,049 CT/NY Long Island Sound City of Bridgeport $266,175 City of New Haven $244,350 Milford Police Department $25,000 Sprague Operating Resources LLC $24,000 The Town of Greenwich Police Department $130,185 Town of Branford - Fire Department $94,524 Town of Brookhaven $67,125 Town of Groton $25,000 Town of Waterford $209,569 FL Jacksonville City of Jacksonville / Jacksonville Sheriff's Office $382,500 Jacksonville Port Authority $375,000 Miami Miami River Marine Group Corp $412,512 Miami-Dade County $661,819 Seaboard Marine, LTD $188,500 Panama City City of Panama City $117,703 Panama City Police Department $25,000 Pensacola City of Niceville $25,000 City of Pensacola Port of Pensacola $1,263,250 Port Canaveral Canaveral Port Authority $1,664,550 Port Everglades Broward County Board of County Commissioners $372,000 Broward County Sheriff's Office $161,620 City of Fort Lauderdale $4,070 Tampa Bay Gulf Marine Repair Corporation $55,316 Hendry Corporation $31,831 Manatee County Port Authority $1,837,500 Tampa Port Authority $1,688,475 West Palm Beach Port of Palm Beach District $1,995,000 GA Brunswick Georgia Ports Authority $75,000 Savannah City of Savannah $223,698 Georgia Department of Natural Resources $289,932 Georgia Ports Authority $262,500 GU Apra Harbor Port Authority of Guam $468,830 13
  14. 14. State Port Area Entity Funding Northern Mariana Islands Commonwealth Ports Authority $375,000 HI Honolulu State Department of Defense $623,105 IA/IL Quad Cities City of Davenport $187,500 Illinois State Police SOCOM-Moline $75,750 IN Evansville City of Evansville, Fire Department $35,685 IN/IL Southern Tip of Lake Michigan City of Chicago $487,500 Ports Commission, Indiana Burns Harbor, Jeffersonville $77,351 Village of Romeoville $25,000 Will County Sheriff's Office $180,895 IN/KY Louisville Clark County Sheriff's Department $37,998 Indiana Port Commission (Port of Jeffersonville) $276,900 Jeffersonville Fire department $25,000 Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources $56,000 Louisville Jefferson County Metro Government $743,466 Town of Clarksville $179,400 IN/KY/OH Cincinnati City of Cincinnati $83,914 Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources $56,000 KY Owensboro City of Owensboro $19,800 Owensboro Riverport Properties Inc. $255,032 LA Houma Terrebonne Port Commission $500,000 Lake Charles Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office $272,129 City of Lake Charles Police Department $48,938 Louisiana State Police $198,990 Monroe Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries-Monroe $250,209 Port Fourchon/ The LOOP Greater Lafourche Port Commission $697,146 Lafourche Parish Sheriff's Office $350,400 LOOP LLC Deepwater Port Complex $85,000 Morgan City Harbor and Terminal District $154,170 Shreveport Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office $74,825 La Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries $250,209 MA Boston Boston Fire Department $472,500 Boston Marine Incident Resources and Training Partnership $25,000 Boston Police Department $108,681 Massachusetts Environmental Police (OLE) $52,500 Massachusetts Port Authority $488,111 Massachusetts State Police $750,000 Sprague Operating Resources LLC $24,680 The City of Quincy - Police Department $24,525 Town of Hingham $174,999 Town of Hull $223,285 Town of Plymouth (Harbormaster Department) $124,900 Town of Weymouth $24,985 Cape Cod and Islands Barnstable County Sheriff's Office $445,964 Barnstable Fire District $91,358 Edgartown Police Department $20,000 Town of Falmouth Harbormaster $71,000 Town of Nantucket $45,000 Town of Sandwich Fire Department $25,000 Woods Hole, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Author $187,519 14
  15. 15. State Port Area Entity Funding New Bedford Massachusetts Environmental Police (OLE) $20,000 New Bedford Harbor Development Commission $976,590 Town of Dennis Town of Dennis $24,999 MA/RI Narragansett/Mt. Hope Bays City of Cranston, Rhode Island Fire Department $28,000 Massachusetts Environmental Police (OLE) $20,000 Providence Emergency Management Agency & Office of HS $75,000 Providence Fire Department $162,135 Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority $256,950 Sprague Providence $20,580 Warwick Fire Department $25,000 MD Baltimore AMPORTS, Inc. $25,000 Charles County Government $21,500 City of Alexandria $86,700 Maryland Department of Natural Resources $956,984 Maryland Department of Transportation $750,742 Maryland State Police $450,732 North Point- Edgemere Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. $301,467 Prince George's County $124,148 Queen Anne's County Sheriff's Office $183,284 Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P. $16,542 ME Portland Global Companies LLC $24,895 Maine Port Authority $602,130 Sprague Portland $24,850 Sprague South Portland $24,980 Searsport Harbor Sprague Searsport $14,625 MI Detroit City of Wyandotte $24,500 County of Macomb $158,715 Michigan Department of State Police $393,470 St. Clair County Homeland Security - Emergency Management $24,500 Virtual Emergency Services LLC $24,500 Mackinac Island City of Mackinac Island $372,643 Muskegon County of Muskegon $604,575 MN Minneapolis-St. Paul City of Saint Paul $386,197 Dakota County $63,114 Washington County Sheriff's Office $88,000 Winona County Sheriff's Department $136,230 MN/WI Duluth-Superior City of Duluth Police Department $24,374 Minnesota Department of Natural Resources $106,655 St. Louis County Sheriff's Office $416,220 State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources $91,145 Superior Police Department $25,000 Wisconsin Department of Justice $16,200 MO Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners-Kansas City $49,300 MS Pascagoula Kinder Morgan Liquids Terminals $25,000 Tishomingo County Tishomingo County Sheriff's Dept. $225,281 Vicksburg Ergon Marine and Industrial Supply - Vicksburg $24,999 Ergon Refining, Inc. $24,999 NC Morehead City Department of Public Safety- NC State Highway Patrol $99,905 Wilmington Bald Head Island Transportation, Inc. $43,625 City of Wilmington $90,000 15
  16. 16. State Port Area Entity Funding Department of Public Safety- NC State Highway Patrol $102,415 North Carolina State Port Authority $103,150 NH Portsmouth Pease Development Authority - Division of Ports and Harbors $15,466 Sprague Operating Resources LLC $24,835 NY Albany Dutchess County Sheriff's Office $19,000 Sprague Operating Resources LLC $24,500 Buffalo City of Tonawanda $20,000 New York State Department of Environmental Conservation $424,758 Newburgh New York State Bridge Authority $75,000 Oswego Oswego County Sheriff's Office $19,527 Port of Oswego Authority $132,555 The Research Foundation for SUNY/Oswego $14,274 Southampton Town of Southampton $220,322 Suffolk County of Suffolk $173,100 Suffolk County Sheriff's Office $25,000 OH Ashtabula Kinder Morgan Liquids Terminals LLC $57,750 Cleveland City of Cleveland $568,027 Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority $74,250 State of Ohio $24,750 Toledo County of Lucas, Ohio $12,500 State of Ohio $58,500 OR/WA Columbia-Snake River System County of Cowlitz $337,500 Maritime Fire and Safety Association $258,750 Merchants Exchange $243,750 Port of Astoria $169,529 Port of Clarkston $17,760 Port of Grays Harbor $248,520 PA/WV Pittsburgh Bayer Material Science LLC $24,900 City of Pittsburgh $100,430 Guttman Realty Company $32,506 Ohio Township Police Department $54,000 Pittsburgh Allegheny County Thermal, LTD $72,000 Port of Pittsburgh Commission $167,628 West Virginia Division of Natural Resources $142,480 SC Charleston City of Charleston $9,656 City of Charleston Fire Department $93,580 City of North Charleston $248,775 County of Charleston $275,636 Kinder Morgan Liquids Terminals LLC $276,938 S.C. Department of Natural Resources $34,725 South Carolina State Ports Authority $422,400 Town of Mount Pleasant $21,523 Town of Mount pleasant Fire Department $44,888 TN Chattanooga Ergon Terminaling, Inc. - Chattanooga $24,999 Hamilton County Sheriff's Office $44,250 Memphis City of Memphis $998,618 Ergon Asphalt and Emulsions, Inc. Memphis $24,999 Shelby County Government $5,000 TX Brownsville Brownsville Navigation District $705,000 Corpus Christi NuStar Logistics, L.P. $121,527 16
  17. 17. State Port Area Entity Funding Port of Corpus Christi Authority $1,056,213 Texas Parks and Wildlife Department $686,554 Port Freeport City of Freeport - Freeport Police Department $743,475 Port Freeport $373,768 Sabine Neches River City of Beaumont $513,750 City of Port Arthur $1,131,750 Jefferson County $54,000 Port Neches Police Department $675,344 Port of Beaumont Navigation District $293,885 Port of Port Arthur Navigation District $604,139 South East Texas Regional Planning Commission (SETRPC) $334,067 Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P. $75,987 VA Hampton Roads City Of Newport News $51,975 City of Portsmouth, VA / Police Department $22,750 City of Suffolk $34,742 City of Virginia Beach $23,000 City of Virginia Beach/Virginia Beach Fire Department $26,250 County of Henrico $40,000 James City County $45,000 Kinder Morgan Liquids Terminals LLC $18,017 Virginia Port Authority $711,882 WI Fountain City City of Fountain City $10,149 Green Bay Green Bay Police Department $31,414 La Crosse La Crosse Police Department $19,994 Sturgeon Bay Sturgeon Bay Police Department $24,954 WV/OH/KY Huntington/Tri- State City of Huntington $843,406 Gallia County Sheriff's Office $96,793 M & G Polymers USA LLC $70,181 State of Ohio $28,000 Group II Total $52,054,086 17

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