Grants.gov Deadline: March 8, 2021
JustGrants Deadline: March 22, 2021
This program assists state, local, and tribal jurisdictions in reducing crime and improving the functioning of the criminal justice system through more effective information sharing, multiagency collaboration, and implementation of data-driven, evidence-based strategies.
How can adopting IN FORCE911 help you qualify for this grant?
The funding of this grant is to provide assistance to improve the functionality of the criminal justice system with more effective information sharing, multiagency collaboration, and implementation of data-driven, evidence-based strategies.
In Force Technology provides a software based platform that is hosted and stored in the Microsoft Azure cloud enabling communications to be sent and received across any credentialed device. Communications are held to the FBI standard for encryption and security, FIPS 140-2 and are CJIS-5 compliant to run natively on all law enforcement devices including MDT’s, MDC’s and dispatch consoles. This technology enables multiagency and multi-jurisdictional communication and collaboration that is time and date stamped and provides an exact user identification and a clear understanding of command. IN FORCE911 enables also consistent and clear details of an incident, intelligence sharing, mission critical details, schematics, protocols and other valuable information to be shared across all platforms and devices, easily accessible when seconds matter most. The platform also has the ability to provide after action reporting for the future development of strategy based on actual, real-time scenarios and activities.
How to apply:
Applicants must register in and submit the SF-424 and the SF-LLL through Grants.gov, a primary source to find federal funding opportunities and apply for funding. Find complete instructions on how to register and submit an application on the Grants.gov Support page.
Registering with Grants.gov is a one-time process; DOJ encourages applicants to register several weeks before the application submission deadline. Processing delays may occur, and it can take several weeks for first-time registrants to receive confirmation of registration and a user password.
All prospective applicants should sign up for Grants.gov email notifications regarding the solicitation(s) of interest. If the solicitation is cancelled or modified, individuals who sign up with Grants.gov for updates will be automatically notified.
If you have further questions:
Contact our VP of Operations, Stephanie Blanchard, by email or by phone at 855-464-2381.
For technical assistance with submitting an application, contact the Grants Management System (GMS) Support Hotline at 888–549–9901, option 3, or via email at GMS.HelpDesk@usdoj.gov. The GMS Support Hotline operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including on federal holidays.