Funding 'priority' vs. 'need'; AFG application process basics
October 15, 2019 | View as webpage
Dear FireGrantsHelp Member,

In this month’s eNews, Jerry Brant discusses the difference between "priority" and "need" when it comes to AFG award decisions. Additionally, we share one of Brant's explainer articles to help departments understand changes FEMA has made to the AFG application process in recent years.

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The FireGrantsHelp Team
Priority vs. need in the AFG program grant award process
By Jerry Brant
Understand the role of funding priorities and individual department needs in award decisions
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Understanding the AFG application process
By Jerry Brant
FEMA has tweaked parts of AFG application process regarding turndown letters and funds monitoring upon award
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