Securing the Cities Program, 2017 STC Houston Continuation

The STC Program seeks to reduce the risk of a successful deployment of a radiological/nuclear (R/N) terrorist weapon against a major metropolitan area in the United States by establishing sustainable capability within Global Nuclear Detection Architecture (GNDA) partner agencies to detect, analyze, and

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report nuclear and other radioactive materials out of regulatory control.

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Securing the Cities

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Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
Not Available

Additional Information of Eligibility:
This NOFO is for a continuation of an existing program.

The City of Houston Mayor’s Office of Public Safety and Homeland Security, is eligible to apply for this STC Program Continuation Award.



Full Opportunity Web Address:
See Full Announcement

Contact:
Janet BaileyGrants SpecialistPhone 202-447-0362

Agency Email Description:
janet.bailey@hq.dhs.gov

Agency Email:
janet.bailey@hq.dhs.gov

Date Posted:
2017-07-07

Application Due Date:
2017-08-08

Archive Date:
2017-09-07


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