FY20, FY21, and FY22 Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP)
Featured and Upcoming Sub-Grantee Resources
(1/13/23) Project Management Tutorial Webinar
Funded Planning, Training, and Exercise activities need pre-approval and required documentation before they can be reimbursed. This KHP webinar recording is available for any project management leads, partners and even vendors currently working with you. For more information, see Lt. Edna Cordner's full email.
This tutorial takes a look at collecting and organizing documentation and proper management of your project through close-out activities, including planning, training, exercise, equipment & accountability, management & administration (M&A), contracted security personnel, and records retention. All involved in managing your project should watch the recording.
Moving forward for Planning, Training or Exercise activities (P/T/E)
- Ensure that you have obtained SAA approval to utilize funds for allowable training activities by submitting a Planning/Training/Exercise notification form to [email protected] at least 30 days prior to the training activity.
- Course description, materials, agenda, a daily sign in sheets of attendees must be submitted with the reimbursement request.
- Sign in sheets can be completed on any format but should be legible, with the name of the activity, date(s), location, and duration(s)with typed or printed names and the individual signature for each participant.
- Retain a copy of the approval and other supporting documents for your records.
- A generic Sign-in Sheet is provided below if you do not have your own.
Project Management Resources and Forms
Links to the Planning/Training/Exercise Notification form, a provided Project Accounting Tracker, and a KHP Provided Sign-in sheet are listed below:
Previous Sub-Grantee Resources
(06/28/22) 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.
- Procurement & Reimbursement Process:
- Environmental Historic Preservation (EHP)
Sub-grantee Orientation Materials
- (NEW) Responses to Q&A from December NSGP Subrecipient Tutorials (PDF)
- NSGP Awardee Orientation Presentation (PDF) (PPT)
- FEMA Procurement Under Grants Training
- These one-hour virtual trainings are offered on the federal procurement rules applicable to FEMA award recipients and subrecipients. Training takes place most Wednesdays from September 22 - November 10
- Sample NSGP Agreement Letter
- FY21 Example Quarterly Report Plan
- Example Inventory Spreadsheet
- W-9 Form
- EHP Screening Form
- Policy Regarding Sexual Harassment Acknowledgment Form
- Boycott of Israel Certification Form
- FEMA Build America, Buy America Act Memo
- Reimbursement Process
Procurement Examples & Resources
- Difference Between RFP and RFQ
- A Request For Proposal (RFP) is an open request for bids to complete a new project proposed by the organization that issues it. It is meant to open up competition and to encourage a variety of alternative proposals that might be considered by the organization. Any questions that have been asked by vendors needs to be shared with other vendors (using email or updates on a public notice (church website). This includes the process/end result the organization desires.
- A Request For Quote (RFQ) also known as an invitation for bid (IFB), is a process in which a organization chooses select vendors and/or yourself to negotiate on what they will do and negotiate the price for the chance to fulfill certain tasks or projects.
- Project File Documentation Checklist
- Samples From Kansas SAA & Fiscal Agent
- KS Register Advertisement
- Request for Bid Announcement
- Request for Bid Form
- Invitation to Bid
- Request for Proposal (RFP)
- Request for Proposal (RFQ)
- Interview Format
- FEMA Procurement Guidelines & Resources
- The quick reference PDAT Training Replays outlines the requirements of procuring under federal funding to include a couple new standard clauses required in contracts. Some of the most common findings resulting from the OIG audits include:
- Noncompetitive contracting practices.
- Failure to include required contract provisions.
- Failure to perform required procedures to ensure small and minority businesses, women-owned enterprises, and labor surplus area firms are used when possible.
- Cost plus percentage of cost contracting; and failure to conduct a cost or price analysis.
Responses to Questions
In response to a question during the orientation about bonding, Lt. Cordner wanted to clarify the bonding requirements identified in the Code of Federal Regulation: § 200.325 Bonding Requirements
If you have questions regarding any of the content on this page, feel free to contact
Lt. Edna Cordner, Melanie Lawrence, and the KHP Team on [email protected].
You may also reach out to contracted staff support Connie Satzler