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EMPG

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“A secure and resilient nation… with the capabilities required across the whole community… to prevent, protect against, mitigate, respond to, and recover… from the threats and hazards… that pose the greatest risk.”

National Preparedness Goal

The EMPG program provides federal grants to states to assist state, local, territorial and tribal governments in preparing for all hazards.

This grant is available to all counties, cities, tribes, and public institutions of higher learning that have an emergency management program and a paid part-time or full-time emergency manager. The grant provides financial assistance and technical expertise. EMPG provides funds to supplement pre-established local emergency management programs in building capabilities to implement the National Preparedness System (graphic) and support the National Preparedness Goal.

EMPG Grants Manager

Tracy Bodily
tbodily (at) utah.gov

EMPG Program Fact Sheet

EMPG Frequently Asked Questions

FEMA Preparedness Grant Guidance – EMPG Specific Federal Guidance

2022-2023 Utah EMPG Program Guidance

EMPG 2022 Grant Cycle Information

July 1, 2022: Start of Grant for 2022-2023 Program

Quarterly Report Period A (Covers period of July 1, 2022 – September 30, 2022) – Due no later than October 20, 2022

Quarterly Report Period B (Covers period of October 1, 2022 – December 31, 2022) – Due no later than January 20, 2023

Quarterly Report Period C (Covers period of January 1, 2023 – March 31, 2023) – Due no later than April 20,2023

Final Report Period D (Covers period of April 1, 2023 – June 30, 2023) – Due no later than July 20, 2023

*** Forms/Documents needed for EMPG 2022-2023 program application – please note the application was only sent to jurisdictions that qualified during the NOI period.

  • Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act (FFATA) Form completed by Financial Officer
  • Pre-Award Risk Assessment completed by Financial Officer
  • Emergency Interim Successors Form  
  • Current Integrated Preparedness Plan (IPP) for your jurisdiction – cities may NOT use another jurisdictions plan unless they are thoroughly documented and represented in the plan and acknowledged locally by senior leaders.
  • Most recently authorized Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) for your jurisdiction – cities may NOT use another jurisdictions plan unless they are thoroughly documented and represented in the plan and promulgated locally.
  • Up-to-date signed EOP promulgation letter.

 

 

  • Courses to upload certificates to U-Train – instructions are included in each of these courses when you register

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