FY22 Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP)

  • Kansas Procurement, Reimbursement and EHP Technical Assistance:
    Lt. Edna Cordner and KHP hosted webinars with a focus on existing awardee project management, targeting help with Procurement, Reimbursement and Environmental (EHP) technical assistance. Recordings below.

    Training Materials

    • Environmental Historic Preservation (EHP)

    Thanks to all Nonprofits who submitted an FY22 application:Full Anouncment

    All FY2022 Kansas Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP) applications received within the deadline have been successfully submitted to FEMA.

    Program guidance indicates that FEMA must advise the states of awards, no later than September 30, 2022. I will reach out to each applicant on the status of their application immediately following FEMA's advisement. There is no need to periodically check in on the status of your application.

    FY20 and FY21 Sub-grantees: Click on the below button for resources and instructions related to grant and project management of your award.

    Sub-Grantee Resources

  • DHS FEMA Online Training Courses
  • Spanish Procurement Trainings:
    FEMA's Grant Programs Directorate (GPD) is hosting 3 one-hour trainings in Spanish on the federal procurement rules applicable to recipients and subrecipients when purchasing in support of a FEMA grant award. These virtual webinars will be facilitated by the Procurement Disaster Assistance Team (PDAT) and FEMA's Office of Chief Counsel (OCC). The trainings are 1-hour in length and will cover a variety of procurement under grant concepts by detailing the 10 most frequent procurement noncompliance issues as reported by the Department of Homeland Security' Office of the Inspector General (OIG) and providing available resources to help avoid these mistakes:

Kansas Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP) Application Information: Click on the below button for information related to grant application guidleines and submission.

Application Information

Contact Information

If you need assistance, email Lt. Edna Cordner, Melanie Lawrence, or Connie Satzler.