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2004 Grant News

 

ATTENTION ALL OKOHS SUBGRANTEES:

12/29/2004

Effective immediately OKOHS subgrantees are no longer required to submit monthly status reports. The status reports will now be filed with OKOHS ONCE A QUARTER.  You will find the new status report on the "forms" tab to the left of this page.  Subgrantees have 15 days following the end of each quarter to submit their status report via mail, fax or email. All subgrantees should submit a QUARTERLY status report to OKOHS by January 15, 2005. If you have any questions about this change you can contact our office via the "contact us" link of this Web site or by calling (405) 425-7296.

 

GOVERNOR ANNOUNCES 2005 DHS GRANT AWARD FOR OKLAHOMA HOMELAND SECURITY MEASURES

12/03/04

CLICK HERE for more information on OKOHS's 2005 grant award.

 

METROPOLITAN MEDICAL RESPONSE SYSTEM GRANT AWARDS FOR FY 2004 ANNOUNCED

10/6/04

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security awarded more than $46 million in Metropolitan Medical Response System (MMRS) grants for Fiscal Year 2004. The 110 grants reach 114 MMRS jurisdictions throughout the United States including Oklahoma City and Tulsa.

CLICK HERE for more information.

 

MIPT's RESPONDER KNOWLEDGE BASE

8/18/04

The RKB has been designed by the Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism (MIPT) to provide emergency responders with a single source for integrated information on current equipment, including organizing information such as the authorized equipment list (AEL) from the Office for Domestic Preparedness (ODP) and the InterAgency board's Standardized Equipment List (SEL).

 

OKOHS USES FEDERAL GRANT DOLLARS TO FUND NUMEROUS PROGRAMS THROUGHOUT OKLAHOMA

8/5/04

OKLAHOMA CITY - OKOHS received more than $32 million earlier this year from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Office for Domestic Preparedness (ODP) to fund terrorism prevention programs in the state of Oklahoma.  Governor Henry and OKOHS determined the funds should be prioritized and divided into several programs.

CLICK HERE for more information.