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DOJ Announces Expansion of FTAP to Strengthen Community Response to Domestic Violence Incidents Involving Firearms

OVW will award an estimated $6 million for up to 12 sites and $4 million for training and technical assistance on firearms and domestic violence.

DHS S&T Selects Performers for Phase II Wildland Fire Sensor Research

Breeze Technologies UG of Hamburg, Germany, and N5 Sensors, Inc. of Rockville, Maryland, were selected following the evaluation of sensor performance during laboratory and field testing.

SBA Announces Opening of Paycheck Protection Program Direct Forgiveness Portal

In addition to the technology platform, the SBA is standing up a PPP customer service team to answer questions and directly assist borrowers with their forgiveness applications. 

Federal Government Awards Record-Breaking $145.7 Billion in Contracting to Small Businesses

The federal government also added almost a million jobs to the American economy through the $145.7 billion in prime contract dollars and $82.8 billion in subcontracts awarded to small businesses.

DHS Awards $1.68M for Small Businesses to Enhance First Responder Access to Wireless Service

Greenbelt, Maryland-based TRX Systems, Inc. received $750,000, and Rolling Meadows, Illinois-based Epiq Solutions, Inc. received $927,202.02 in SBIR Phase II funding to develop an affordable, user-friendly ICAS capability for commonly used first responders network types.

Virgina Receives $1.5 Million in Federal Funding for Cybersecurity and Maritime Skills and Modernization

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has announced that the state has been awarded $1.5 million in federal funding to provide Virginia small businesses in the defense industry with required cybersecurity skills and certifications and help modernize the maritime industrial workforce.

DHS S&T Seeks Blast Resistant Trash Receptacles for Market Survey Analysis

BRTRs can be deployed in public spaces such as train stations, airports, and government buildings for the purpose of eliminating or significantly reducing the potential for fatalities, injuries, and structural damage resulting from an explosives device placed inside an ordinary trash receptacle.

DHS Announces Funding Allocations for FY 2021 Preparedness Grants

The grant programs provide funding to state, local, tribal and territorial governments, nonprofit agencies, and the private sector in building and sustaining capabilities to prevent, protect against, respond to, and recover from acts of terrorism and other disasters.
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