WASHINGTON, D.C., February 14, 2011—In its February issue, Homeland Security Today publishes its annual, award-winning “State and Local Managers’ Guide to Grants and Funding.”
At a time when states, counties and cities are strapped for cash and looking for new funding streams, the Homeland Security Today guide is an invaluable source of potential support for important homeland security, public safety, law enforcement and emergency management purposes.
Written by Michael Paddock, Homeland Security Today’s grants columnist, this guide looks at the grants and funding landscape for 2011. From listing the 2011 homeland security grant programs to tips for obtaining the most desirable grants, the “State and Local Managers’ Guide to Grants and Funding” is a valuable resource for those trying to navigate the grants process.
“…Funding is still flowing in 2011 and at levels that make it relevant to a wide variety of projects and regions,” writes Paddock. “As the market becomes more mature, though, competition for the available funds can only become more intense.”
Since 2000, Paddock has served as the chief executive officer of Grants Office LLC, a national grants development company serving municipal and nonprofit clients and industry partners. He is the author of all the articles in this year’s Grants Guide.
“Despite the austere budgetary environment, the nation still has to protect its people and for those charged with that responsibility, the Homeland Security Today Grants Guide can be an invaluable tool,” said Editor David Silverberg. “It’s something that every government manager should have at his or her fingertips.”
To read Homeland Security Today’s “2011 State and Local Managers’ Guide to Grants and Funding” in its entirety, click here.
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