NCEM Portfolio of Grants

Only the 20 major recurring federal and state preparedness, recovery and mitigation grant programs currently being managed by NCEM are reflected in the tables below. These grant programs encompass myriad individual grant awards across numerous years currently being managed by NCEM. Refer to the NCEM-Hazardous-Materials-Grants-Overview for more information.

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Federal Preparedness Grants
100% State -Funded Grants
Federal Recovery & Mitigation Grants






Homeland Security Grant Progam (HSGP) - State Homeland Security Program (SHSP)

Homeland Security Grant Progam (HSGP) - State Homeland Security Program (SHSP)





Homeland Security Grant Progam (HSGP) - State Homeland Security Program (SHSP)
Grant Grantor DHS/FEMA References
*Grant HSGP-SHSP Website Legal Reference(s) Additional References
CFDA 97.067 HSGP 2 CFR Part 200 FEMA Preparedness Grants Manual
Full Name State Homeland Security Program SAM CFDA 97.067 6 U.S. Code § 603 - Homeland Security Grant Programs Authorized Equipment List (AEL)
Brief Description HSGP provides funds for homeland security and emergency operations equipment, exercises, training, and planning.  6 U.S. Code § 605 - State Homeland Security Grant Program FEMA PDAT Procurement Compliance Checklist
Pass-Through Sub-Recipient % 80% FEMA Policy #405-143-1 Covered Telecommunications Equipment or Services
State % 20% See also FEMA Information Bulletin website (only has IB # 271 to present on this site).
Sub-Recipients (recipients for VOAD, Tier II & State IA) Counties, municipalities, tribal
Management Costs (M&A) Recipient (NCEM) 5% (of total fed. award, but subs. still get full 80% of award, so M&A is incl. in state share -  e.g. $100 award, subs get $80 award, state gets $20 award of which $5 is M&A.) Notes
Sub-Recipients (not NCEM) 5% FY21 Allocation NC (federal funding) = $5,280,222.  In addition to the references listed in Column V, there are various other FEMA information bulletins (IB), policies and related guidance documents issued over the years that may apply to certain federal grants, some of which may not be readily accessible online.  See FEMA Information Bulletin website.
Cost Share/Match Federal 100%
Non - Federal 0%
POP Period of Performance (POP) POP is always 3 years from date of application submission to FEMA.  POP may be extended by request to Regional Administrator.  As an example, an HSGP-SHSP grant awarded in 2021 closes three-years later in 2024, effectively providing 3 years to spend the money awarded in 2021.
Homeland Security Grant Progam (HSGP) - Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI)

Homeland Security Grant Progam (HSGP) - Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI)





Homeland Security Grant Progam (HSGP) - Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI)
Grant Grantor DHS/FEMA References
*Grant HSGP-UASI Website Legal Reference(s) Additional References
CFDA 97.067 Same as HSGP-SHSP. Same as HSGP-SHSP.  See also 6 U.S. Code § 604 - Urban Area Security Initiative. Same as HSGP-SHSP.
Full Name Urban Area Security Initiative
Brief Description HSGP-UASI designated for Charlotte area. Notes
Pass-Through Sub-Recipient % 80% FY21 Allocation Charlotte, NC (federal funding) = $3,800,000.  Same as HSGP-SHP with respect to references in Column P.
State % 20%
Sub-Recipients (recipients for VOAD, Tier II & State IA) Counties, municipalities, tribal - Charlotte area only
Management Costs (M&A) Recipient (NCEM) 5% (same as HSGP-SHSP)
Sub-Recipients (not NCEM) 5%
Cost Share/Match Federal 100%
Non - Federal 0%
POP Period of Performance (POP) 3 years.  Same as HSGP-SHSP.
Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG)

Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG)





Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG)
Grant Grantor DHS/FEMA References
*Grant EMPG Website Legal Reference(s) Additional References
CFDA 97.042 EMPG 2 CFR Part 200 Same additional references as HSGP above, plus all leases, exercises and core capabilities must be pre-approved by FEMA for EMPG.
Full Name Emergency Management Performance Grant  SAM CFDA 97.042 Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act. Public Law 93-288 as amended  
Brief Description EMPG funds are used to support comprehensive emergency management at the state and local levels.
Pass-Through Sub-Recipient % 51% Notes
State % 49% FY21 Allocation NC (federal funding) = $9,442,218.  In addition to the references listed in Column V, there are various other FEMA information bulletins (IB), policies and related guidance documents issued over the years that may apply to certain federal grants, some of which may not be readily accessible online.  See FEMA Information Bulletin website.
Sub-Recipients (recipients for VOAD, Tier II & State IA) Counties, municipalities, tribal
Management Costs (M&A) Recipient (NCEM) 5% (not utilized by NCEM)
Sub-Recipients (not NCEM) 5%
Cost Share/Match Federal 50%
Non - Federal 50%
POP Period of Performance (POP) 3 years.  Same as HSGP-SHSP.
Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG) - American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)

Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG) - American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)





Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG) - American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)
Grant Grantor DHS/FEMA References
*Grant EMPG-ARPA Website Legal Reference(s) Additional References
CFDA 97.042 EMPG-ARPA Same as EMPG. Same as EMPG.
Full Name Emergency Management Performance Grant - American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA)
Brief Description Additional FY21 EMPG funds allocated to states through ARPA. Notes
Pass-Through Sub-Recipient % 51% FY21 Allocation NC (federal funding) = $2,659,780.  Same as HSGP-SHP with respect to references in Column P.
State % 49%
Sub-Recipients (recipients for VOAD, Tier II & State IA) Counties, municipalities, tribal
Management Costs (M&A) Recipient (NCEM) 5% (not utilized by NCEM)
Sub-Recipients (not NCEM) 5%
Cost Share/Match Federal 50%
Non - Federal 50%
POP Period of Performance (POP) 3 years.  Same as HSGP-SHSP.
Emergency Management Performance Grant - State (EMPG-S)

Emergency Management Performance Grant - State (EMPG-S)





Emergency Management Performance Grant - State (EMPG-S)
Grant Grantor DHS/FEMA References
*Grant EMPG-S Website Legal Reference(s) Additional References
CFDA 97.042 EMPG-S Same as EMPG. Same as EMPG.
Full Name Emergency Management Performance Grant Program COVID-19 Supplemental
Brief Description Public health and emergency management activities supporting prevention of, preparation for & response to COVID-19. Notes
Pass-Through Sub-Recipient % 43% FY20 Allocation NC (federal funding) = $2,659,780 for COVID-19 short term funding.  Same as HSGP-SHP with respect to references in Column P.
State % 57%
Sub-Recipients (recipients for VOAD, Tier II & State IA) Counties, municipalities, tribal
Management Costs (M&A) Recipient (NCEM) 5% (not utilized by NCEM)
Sub-Recipients (not NCEM) 5%
Cost Share/Match Federal 50%
Non - Federal 50%
POP Period of Performance (POP) 3 years.  Same as HSGP-SHSP.
Nonprofit Security Grant Program - State (NSGP-S)

Nonprofit Security Grant Program - State (NSGP-S)





Nonprofit Security Grant Program - State (NSGP-S)
Grant Grantor DHS/FEMA References
*Grant NSGP-S Website Legal Reference(s) Additional References
CFDA 97.008 NSGP 2 CFR Part 200 Same additional references as HSGP above.
Full Name Nonprofit Security Grant Program - State SAM CFDA 97.008 6 U.S. Code § 609a NonProfit Security Grant Program  
Brief Description Funding support for security-related and physical security enhancements to 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations.
Pass-Through Sub-Recipient % 100% Notes
State % 0% FY21 Allocation NC (federal funding) = $2,550,000.   In addition to the references listed in Column V, there are various other FEMA information bulletins (IB), policies and related guidance documents issued over the years that may apply to certain federal grants, some of which may not be readily accessible online.  See FEMA Information Bulletin website.
Sub-Recipients (recipients for VOAD, Tier II & State IA) Eligible 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations outside UASI area
Management Costs (M&A) Recipient (NCEM) 5% (overall M&A for NSGP-S and SHSP programs may not exceed 5 percent of total of state’s combined SHSP and NSGP-S awards) - not currently utilized by NCEM
Sub-Recipients (not NCEM) 5%
Cost Share/Match Federal 100%
Non - Federal 0%
POP Period of Performance (POP) 3 years.  Same as HSGP-SHSP.
Nonprofit Security Grant Program - Urban Area (NSGP-UA)

Nonprofit Security Grant Program - Urban Area (NSGP-UA)





Nonprofit Security Grant Program - Urban Area (NSGP-UA)
Grant Grantor DHS/FEMA References
*Grant NSGP-UA Website Legal Reference(s) Additional References
CFDA 97.008 Same as NSGP-S. Same as NSGP-S. Same additional references as HSGP above.
Full Name Nonprofit Security Grant Program - Urban Area
Brief Description - Notes
Pass-Through Sub-Recipient % 100% No specific state allocations for NSGP-UA.  Charlotte, NC is a designated UASI area for both HSGP and NSGP.  Same as HSGP-SHP with respect to references in Column P.
State % 0%
Sub-Recipients (recipients for VOAD, Tier II & State IA) Eligible 501(c)(3) non-profit orgs. within UASI area - Charlotte area only
Management Costs (M&A) Recipient (NCEM) 5% (overall M&A for NSGP-UA and UASI programs may not exceed 5 percent of total of state’s combined SHSP and NSGP-S awards) - not currently utilized by NCEM
Sub-Recipients (not NCEM) 5%
Cost Share/Match Federal 100%
Non - Federal 0%
POP Period of Performance (POP) 3 years.  Same as HSGP-SHSP.
Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness (HMEP)

Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness (HMEP)





Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness (HMEP)
Grant Grantor DOT References
*Grant HMEP Website Legal Reference(s) Additional References
CFDA 20.703 HMEP 49 CFR Part 110  
Full Name Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness   SAM CFDA 20.703 2 CFR Part 200
Brief Description HMEP provides funding for training and planning for potential emergencies related to hazardous materials.  Distributes funds to emergency responders for hazmat training and to Local Emergency Planning Committees (LEPCs) for hazmat planning. 
Notes
FY20 Allocation NC (federal funding) = $523,677.  There is no 75% Local Emergency Planning Commission (LEPC) pass-through requirement in FY 2019 (through FY2021), but there is 25% max. M&A, i.e. $130,919.25 in FY20.
Pass-Through Sub-Recipient % All fedral HMEP funds are passed-through by NCEM to eligble sub-recipients, with 25% mngmt. costs for NCEM.
State % N/A
Sub-Recipients (recipients for VOAD, Tier II & State IA) Counties &  municipalities only - separate HMEP grant for tribal (no NC tribal interest/use of HMEP tribal so far).
Management Costs (M&A) Recipient (NCEM) 25% (NCEM) - computed as 25% of total fed. award, effectively leaving 75% of award for pass-through to subs.
Sub-Recipients (not NCEM) 0
Cost Share/Match Federal 80%
Non - Federal 20%
POP Period of Performance (POP) Generally 3 years.  Same as HSGP-SHSP.
NC Tier II Competitive and Noncompetitive Grants

NC Tier II Competitive and Noncompetitive Grants





NC Tier II Competitive and Noncompetitive Grants
Grant Grantor NC (DPS) References
*Grant NC Tier II Website Legal Reference(s) Additional References
CFDA N/A Tier II N.C.G.S. §166A-29.1 09 NCAC 03M
Full Name NC Tier II Competitive and Noncompetitive Grants
Brief Description NC Tier II grants provide funds to Local Emergency Planning Committees (LEPCs) for hazardous materials emergency response planning, training, and exercises. Notes
Tier II grants funded by NC annual hazardous materials facility fees collected each year.
Pass-Through Sub-Recipient % N/A
State % N/A
Sub-Recipients (recipients for VOAD, Tier II & State IA) County LEPCs
Management Costs (M&A) Recipient (NCEM) N/A
Sub-Recipients (not NCEM) N/A
Cost Share/Match Federal N/A
Non - Federal 100%
POP Period of Performance (POP) 1 year.
Volunteer Agencies or Organizations Active in Assisting with Disasters (VOAD)

Volunteer Agencies or Organizations Active in Assisting with Disasters (VOAD)





Volunteer Agencies or Organizations Active in Assisting with Disasters (VOAD)
Grant Grantor NC (DPS)   References
*Grant VOAD   Website Legal Reference(s) Additional References
CFDA N/A   VOAD S.L. 2018-136 (SB 3) Committee Report Dated 10/15/18 09 NCAC 03M
Full Name Volunteer Agencies or Organizations Active in Assisting with Disasters     S.L. 2019-224 (SB 429)  
Brief Description In response to Hurricane Florence’s impact on communities, the NC General Assembly established a fund of $2,000,000 in 2019, along with subsequently appropriating another $1,000,000 in 2020, to provide assistance to volunteer nonprofit organizations.  The funds are to provide financial assistance to volunteer nonprofit organizations that provide shelters, housing repairs, and other emergency and disaster recovery services.  Further funds may be made available periodically by the state legislature for recovery operations usually related to specific disasters.
Notes
NC General Assembly established a fund of $2,000,000 in 2019 after Hurricane Florence in S.L. 2018-136 (SB 3).  POP for 2019 ends 12/31/22.  NC General Assembly appropriated $1,000,000 in 2020 for VOAD in S.L. 2019-224 (S.B. 429).  POP for 2020 is 1/1/20 - 12/31/23.
Pass-Through Sub-Recipient % N/A
State % N/A
Sub-Recipients (recipients for VOAD, Tier II & State IA) Eligible non-profit organizations that provide shelters, housing repairs, and other emergency and disaster recovery services.
Management Costs (M&A) Recipient (NCEM) N/A
Sub-Recipients (not NCEM) N/A
Cost Share/Match Federal N/A
Non - Federal 100%
POP Period of Performance (POP) 3 years.  Same as HSGP-SHSP.
State Individual Assistance (IA) Grant Program

State Individual Assistance (IA) Grant Program





State Individual Assistance (IA) Grant Program
Grant Grantor NC (DPS) References
*Grant State IA Website Legal Reference(s) Additional References
CFDA N/A NCEM N.C.G.S. § 166A-19.41(b)(1) Refer to IAPPG for federal IA guidance below, as instructive for state IA purposes.
   
Full Name State Individual Assistance Grant Program Notes
Brief Description State emergency assistance in the form of grants to individuals & families may be made available for state declared disasters to include benefits comparable to those provided by federal IA under the Stafford Act.  State IA may be provided for: temporary housing & rental assistance, repair or replacement of dwellings, replacement of personal property (incl. clothing, tools & equipment), repair or replacement of privately owned vehicles, medical or dental expenses, funeral or burial expenses, and funding for the cost of the first year's flood insurance premium. NC traditionally utilizes state IA for most disasters, as long as there is a state disaster declaration; however, the amount of state IA funding for disasters can be more limited than federal IA.
Pass-Through Sub-Recipient % Individuals / households receive assistance directly from the State through NCEM with state-funded IA (upon state disaster declaration).
State % N/A
Sub-Recipients (recipients for VOAD, Tier II & State IA) Individuals / Households
Management Costs (M&A) Recipient (NCEM) N/A
Sub-Recipients (not NCEM) N/A
Cost Share/Match Federal N/A
Non - Federal 100%
POP Period of Performance (POP) N/A
FEMA Individual Assistance (IA)

FEMA Individual Assistance (IA)





FEMA Individual Assistance (IA)
Grant Grantor DHS/FEMA   References
*Grant IA   Website Legal Reference(s) Additional References
CFDA 97.048, 97.050   IA 44 CFR Part 206, Subparts D - F IA Program & Policy Guide (IAPPG)
Full Name FEMA Individual Assistance - "Federal Disaster Assistance to Individuals and Households in Presidential Declared Disaster Areas" (97.048) and "Other Needs Assistance (ONA)" (97.050)   SAM CFDA 97.048   Disaster Recovery 
Brief Description To provide financial assistance, and if necessary, direct services to individuals & households affected as a direct result of a Presidentially declared major disaster or emergency who have uninsured or under-insured necessary expenses and serious needs, and are unable to meet such expenses or needs through other means.  This includes Temporary Housing, Repair Assistance, Replacement Assistance, or Permanent/Semi-permanent Housing Construction in addition to financial assistance to address other needs with the following programs: IHP Housing Assistance, Disaster Case Management (DCM), Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA), Disaster Legal Services (DLS), Crisis Counseling and Training Program (CCP), IHP Other Needs Assistance (ONA) and Transitional Sheltering Assistance (TSA).   SAM CFDA 97.05   Reform Act of 2018 (DRRA)
 
  Notes
  There was federal IA in various capacities in these past NC disasters: DR-4285 Hurricane Matthew (2016), DR-4364 Tornado & Severe Storms (2018), DR-4393 Hurricane Florence (2018).
Pass-Through Sub-Recipient % Individuals / households receive assistance directly from FEMA or through the State, if State applies for IA upon federal disaster declaration.
State % N/A
Sub-Recipients (recipients for VOAD, Tier II & State IA) Individuals / Households
Management Costs (M&A) Recipient (NCEM) Administrative Costs may be authorized by FEMA for the state (NCEM) up to 5% of the Other Needs Assistance (ONA) award under IA, depending which option is selected to administer the ONA.  Administrative costs may also be authorized by FEMA for Disaster Unemploymnet Assistance (DUA).
Sub-Recipients (not NCEM) N/A
Cost Share/Match Federal 75% federal cost share for Other Needs Assistance (ONA) and Transition Sheltering Assistance (TSA); all other IA is 100% federal.
Non - Federal 25% state cost share for Other Needs Assistance (ONA) and Transition Sheltering Assistance (TSA); all other IA is 0% state.
POP Period of Performance (POP) N/A
Disaster Case Management Grant (DCM)

Disaster Case Management Grant (DCM)





Disaster Case Management Grant (DCM)
Grant Grantor DHS/FEMA References
*Grant DCM Website Legal Reference(s) Additional References
CFDA 97.048, 97.050, 97.088 DCM Section 426 of the Stafford Act (42 U.S. Code 5189d) IA Program & Policy Guide (IAPPG)
Full Name Disaster Case Management Grant (DCM) - DCM grants are awarded under IA (see IA above SAM CFDA 97.088 Stafford Act  Disaster Recovery Reform Act of 2018 (DRRA)
Brief Description DCM is a FEMA-funded supplemental program that provides financial assistance to state & local govts., or qualified private orgs., through a federal award to provide disaster case management services to individuals / households.  This program may be implemented through a grant or a cooperative agreement. The DCM federal award enables the non-Federal entities (also known in this context as recipients) to provide these services, or to contract with local providers to provide these services, to impacted communities.  DCM grants are awarded under IA (see IA above).
Notes
NC has been awarded DCM only twice, using the federal DCM funds to contract with a vendor to provide the services to impacted indviduals / households both times:  DR-4285 Hurricane Matthew (2016) & DR-4393 Hurricane Florence (2018).
Pass-Through Sub-Recipient % 100% of DCM funding traditonally goes to the state (NCEM), who then contracts with a vendor  to provide DCM services to impacted individuals / households.
State % N/A
Sub-Recipients (recipients for VOAD, Tier II & State IA) N/A
Management Costs (M&A) Recipient (NCEM) N/A
Sub-Recipients (not NCEM) N/A
Cost Share/Match Federal 100%
Non - Federal 0%
POP Period of Performance (POP) N/A
FEMA Public Assistance (PA)

FEMA Public Assistance (PA)





FEMA Public Assistance (PA)
Grant Grantor DHS/FEMA References
*Grant PA Website Legal Reference(s) Additional References
CFDA 97.036 PA Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, Public Law 93-288, as amended PA Program & Policy Guide (PAPPG)
Full Name FEMA Public Assistance - Disaster Grants - "Public Assistance (Presidentially Declared Disasters)" SAM CFDA 97.036 2 CFR Part 200 Disasster Recovery Reform Act of 2018 (DRRA)
Brief Description Assist state, tribal, territorial, and local governments and eligible private non-profits in responding to and recovering from the devastating effects of disasters by providing assistance for debris removal (Category A), emergency protective measures (Category B), and the repair, restoration, reconstruction or replacement of public and eligible private non-profit facilities or infrastructure (e.g. roads, bridges, buildings & parks) damaged or destroyed as the result of federally declared disasters or emergencies (Categories C - G).  Following a Presidential declaration, PA grants may be made for: removal of wreckage and debris from private and public lands; performance of emergency protective measures; emergency transportation assistance; emergency communications; and permanent restoration of eligible facilities.   44 CFR Part 206 (Subparts G - I)  
Notes
Current Active PA Federal Disaster Grants: DR-4146 July Flood & Landslide 2013, DR-4153 July Flood & Landslide 2013, DR-4167 Winter Storm 2014, DR-4285 Hurricane Matthew, DR-4393 Hurricane Florence, DR-4412 Tropical Storm Michael, DR-4465 Hurricane Dorian, DR-4487 COVID-19, DR-4543 Winter Storms 2020, DR-4568 Hurricane Isaias, DR-4588 Tropical Storm Eta, DR-4617 Tropical Storm Fred.  Current Active PA State Disaster Grants: Alberto 2018, Town of Marshall 2018, Town of Marshall 2019, May 2020 Flooding Event, Towns of Lillington & Marion 2021.
Pass-Through Sub-Recipient % All federal PA funds are passed-through by NCEM to eligble sub-recipients.
State % N/A
Sub-Recipients (recipients for VOAD, Tier II & State IA) Counties, municipalities & tribal
Management Costs (M&A) Recipient (NCEM) FEMA provides contributions for management costs (Category Z) based on actual costs incurred up to: * 7% of the total award amount for the Recipient, excluding Subrecipient management costs. * 5 percent of the total award amount for each Subrecipient.
Sub-Recipients (not NCEM) Management Costs (Category Z) – subrecipients of FEMA PA funds may be reimbursed up to 5% of their total eligible work costs to assist with disaster recovery.
Cost Share/Match Federal Normally 75%, but Federal share can increase depending on specific disaster.
Non - Federal Normally 25%, but can be less depending on specific disaster.
POP Period of Performance (POP) Generally at least 4 years, but POP can vary based on the disaster, and POP can be extended. 
Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP)

Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP)





Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP)
Grant Grantor DHS/FEMA References
*Grant HMGP Website Legal Reference(s) Additional References
CFDA 97.039 HMGP 44 CFR Part 206, Subpart N - Hazard Mitigation Grant Program FY15 Hazard Mitigation Assistance Guidance
Full Name Hazard Mitigation Grant Program SAM CFDA 97.039 Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, Public Law 93-288, as amended.  
Brief Description Assists in implementing long-term hazard mitigation planning and projects following a Presidential major disaster declaration.  The HMGP program allows families and homeowners to move out of dangerous flood zones, have their homes elevated, or have their homes torn down and rebuilt to code with an elevated foundation. The HMGP program mitigated over 700 properties in Hurricane Matthew's inundation boundary in NC.
Notes
Current Active HMGP Federal Disaster Grants: DR-4285 Hurricane Matthew; DR-4364 Severe Storms and Tornadoes 2018; DR-4393 Hurricane Florence; DR-4412 Tropical Storm Michael; DR-4465 Hurricane Dorian; DR-4487 COVID-19; DR-4543 Winter Storms 2020, DR-4568 Hurricane Isaias, DR-4588 Tropical Storm Eta, DR-4617 Tropical Storm Fred.
Pass-Through Sub-Recipient % All federal HMGP funds may be passed-thru by NCEM to eligble sub-recipients or work may be directly paid by the State under State Management.
State % N/A
Sub-Recipients (recipients for VOAD, Tier II & State IA) Counties, municipalities & tribal; state can also be both the recipient (applicant) and a sub-recipient (sub-applicant) of HMGP project funds.
Management Costs (M&A) Recipient (NCEM) 10% (NCEM)
Sub-Recipients (not NCEM) 5%
Cost Share/Match Federal 75%
Non - Federal 25%
POP Period of Performance (POP) POP is always 3 years from date of application submission to FEMA.  POP may be extended by request to Regional Administrator
Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA)

Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA)





Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA)
Grant Grantor DHS/FEMA References
*Grant FMA Website Legal Reference(s) Additional References
CFDA 97.029 FMA 44 CFR Part 78 Resources for the Flood Mitigation Assistance Grant Program
Full Name Flood Mitigation Assistance SAM CFDA 97.029
Brief Description The Flood Mitigation Assistance Program aims to reduce or eliminate claims under the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). FMA provides funding to states, territories, federally-recognized tribes and local communities for projects and planning that reduces or eliminates long-term risk of flood damage to structures insured under the NFIP.
Notes
 
Pass-Through Sub-Recipient % All federal FMA funds are passed-through by NCEM to eligble sub-recipients.
State % N/A
Sub-Recipients (recipients for VOAD, Tier II & State IA) Counties, municipalities & non-federal tribal; State can be both recipient (applicant) and a sub-recipient (sub-applicant) of funding in some cases.
Management Costs (M&A) Recipient (NCEM) 10% (NCEM)
Sub-Recipients (not NCEM) 5%
Cost Share/Match Federal Normally 75%, but Federal share can increase depending on certain factors.
Non - Federal Normally 25%, but can be less depending on certain factors.
POP Period of Performance (POP) 36 months from the Recipient's federal award date
Building Resilient Infrastructure in Communities (BRIC)

Building Resilient Infrastructure in Communities (BRIC)





Building Resilient Infrastructure in Communities (BRIC)
Grant Grantor DHS/FEMA References
*Grant BRIC Website Legal Reference(s) Additional References
CFDA 97.047 BRIC Disaster Recovery Reform Act (DRRA) Section 1234, which amends Section 203 of the Stafford  Act. BRIC Resources
Full Name Building Resilient Infrastructure in Communities   SAM CFDA 97.047 Hazard Mitigation Assistance: Building Resilient Infrastructure & Communities (FR Notice)  
Brief Description The National Public Infrastructure Pre-Disaster Mitigation fund, will be funded through the federal Disaster Relief Fund as a six percent set aside from estimated disaster grant expenditures. This allows for a greater investment in mitigation before a disaster. This annual grant program is named Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC).      
Notes
 
Pass-Through Sub-Recipient % All federal BRIC funds are passed-through by NCEM to eligble sub-recipients.
State % N/A
Sub-Recipients (recipients for VOAD, Tier II & State IA) Counties, municipalities & non-federal recognized tribes
Management Costs (M&A) Recipient (NCEM) 10% (NCEM)
Sub-Recipients (not NCEM) 5%
Cost Share/Match Federal Normally 75%, but Federal share can increase depending on certain factors.
Non - Federal Normally 25%, but can be less depending on certain factors.
POP Period of Performance (POP) 36 months from the Recipient's federal award date
Cooperating Technical Partners (CTP)

Cooperating Technical Partners (CTP)





Cooperating Technical Partners (CTP)
Grant Grantor DHS/FEMA   References
*Grant CTP   Website Legal Reference(s) Additional References
CFDA 97.045   CTP Section 1360 of the National Flood Insurance Act of 1968 (Pub. L. No. 90-448), as amended (42 U.S.C. § 4101) and The Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012 (Pub. L. No. 112–141), 126 Stat. 916 as amended (42 U.S.C. 4101b). Risk MAP
Full Name Cooperating Technical Partners   SAM CFDA 97.045  
Brief Description The CTP Program is a Cooperative Agreement (not a grant) that exists to strengthen and enhance the effectiveness of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).  The CTP program supports the establishment or update of flood-risk zone data in areas being updated via Risk MAP projects and makes estimates with respect to rates of probable flood caused loss for the various flood risk zones for these projects.      
Notes
NCEM is the recipient of this award and the money is not passed through to sub-recipients.
Pass-Through Sub-Recipient % NCEM (on behalf of state of NC) is recipient of this award.
State % N/A
Sub-Recipients (recipients for VOAD, Tier II & State IA) N/A
Management Costs (M&A) Recipient (NCEM) 4% (NCEM)
Sub-Recipients (not NCEM) N/A
Cost Share/Match Federal 100%
Non - Federal 0%
POP Period of Performance (POP) Generally 4 years, but can vary.
Community Technical Assistance Program (CTP) - Letter of Map Change (LOMC)

Community Technical Assistance Program (CTP) - Letter of Map Change (LOMC)





Community Technical Assistance Program (CTP) - Letter of Map Change (LOMC)
Grant Grantor DHS/FEMA References
*Grant CTP / LOMC Website Legal Reference(s) Additional References
CFDA 97.045 CTP Section 1360 of the National Flood Insurance Act of 1968 (Pub. L. No. 90-448), as amended (42 U.S.C. § 4101) and The Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012 (Pub. L. No. 112–141), 126 Stat. 916 as amended (42 U.S.C. 4101b). Risk MAP
Full Name Community Technical Assistance Program - Letter of Map Change SAM CFDA 97.045   FEMA Letter of Map Change (LOMC)
Brief Description Same as CTP above, except this particular Cooperative Agreement award is designated for allowable activity category 3 - "Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) / Letter of Map Change (LOMC) Review Activities".  This allows recipients of this award to partner with FEMA to review and assist in processing LOMRs / LOMCs and Conditional Letters of Map Revision (CLOMRs) / CLOMCs.     FEMA Letter of Map Revision (LOMR)
Pass-Through Sub-Recipient % NCEM (on behalf of state of NC) is recipient of this award.
State % N/A Notes
Sub-Recipients (recipients for VOAD, Tier II & State IA) N/A NCEM is the recipient of this award and the money is not passed through to sub-recipients.
Management Costs (M&A) Recipient (NCEM) 4% (NCEM)
Sub-Recipients (not NCEM) N/A
Cost Share/Match Federal 100%
Non - Federal 0%
POP Period of Performance (POP) Generally 2 years, but can vary.
Community Assistance Program (CAP) - State Support Services Element (SSE)

Community Assistance Program (CAP) - State Support Services Element (SSE)





Community Assistance Program (CAP) - State Support Services Element (SSE)
Grant Grantor DHS/FEMA References
*Grant CAP-SSE Website Legal Reference(s) Additional References
CFDA 97.023 CAP-SSSE The National Flood Insurance Act of 1968 (PUB.L. No. 90-448), as amended, (42 U.S.C. § 4001 et seq.).   
Full Name Community Assistance Program State Support Services Element SAM FCDA 97.023 44 CFR 60.25  
Brief Description The Community Assistance Program – State Support Services Element (CAP- SSSE) is a cooperative agreement (not a grant) program which provides funding to states to provide technical assistance to communities in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and to evaluate community performance in implementing NFIP floodplain management activities.
Notes
NCEM is the recipient of this award and the money is not passed through to sub-recipients.
Pass-Through Sub-Recipient % NCEM (on behalf of state of NC) is recipient of this award.
State % N/A
Sub-Recipients (recipients for VOAD, Tier II & State IA) N/A
Management Costs (M&A) Recipient (NCEM) 5% (NCEM)
Sub-Recipients (not NCEM) N/A
Cost Share/Match Federal 75%
Non - Federal 25%
POP Period of Performance (POP) Generally 1 year, but can vary.