The PSAP Grant Program is a multi-million dollar grant program administered by the Virginia 9-1-1 Services Board. The purpose of the program is to financially assist Virginia primary PSAPs with the purchase of equipment and services that support the continuity and enhancement of wireless E-911. Any Virginia primary PSAP that supports wireless E-911 is eligible to apply for and receive these funds either as a standalone applicant or as part of a regional initiative or a consolidation project, with the exception of individual PSAP application for the 9-1-1 PSAP Education Program.
The FY19 PSAP Grant Application Cycle starts July 1, 2017 and concludes on Oct. 2, 2017 at 5 p.m. Absolutely no grant applications, with the exception of emergency requests, will be considered for the current grant cycle if it is submitted after that time.
ALL APPLICABLE SECTIONS MUST BE COMPLETED IN THEIR ENTIRETY OR THE APPLICATION WILL BE CONSIDERED INCOMPLETE AND NOT ACCEPTED FOR CONSIDERATION.
The Travel Assistance rate for the 2017 VA APCO/NENA Interoperability Conference is $140.75.
This rate is entered in the Per Diem/Travel Assistance column on the reimbursement form. This rate is per person and applies regardless of the total number of nights spent at the conference. The participant must stay at least one night in order to receive the Travel Assistance rate. Lodging expenses will be reimbursed per your receipts up to the maximum allowed government rate.
Reimbursement rates for lodging and meals and incidental expenses (M & IE) for all conferences and training opportunities, excluding the VA APCO, VA NENA, and VAMLIS state conferences, are calculated separately. For these reimbursements, the applicant must calculate a rate for lodging and per diem (M&IE) from the following website: http://www.gsa.gov/portal/content/104877. Information on travel days may be obtained by clicking on the M & IE Breakdown option, listed on the left-hand side of the webpage.