DHS Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention Grants

ArticleLast updated Wednesday, March 24, 2021
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The FY21 Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention (TVTP) Grant Program seeks to provide funding to implement local prevention frameworks and explore innovative approaches to preventing targeted violence and terrorism. The FY21 program establishes the following priorities:

  • Preventing domestic violent extremism.
  • Enhancing local threat assessment and management capabilities.
  • Implementing innovative solutions for preventing targeted violence and terrorism.
  • Challenging online violence mobilization narratives.

Grant proposals that offer cost-effective programs and projects, and those which provide a detailed needs analysis and propose to collect and report on required performance measures will be given priority.

State, local, tribal, territorial governments; non-profits; and institutions of higher education are eligible to apply for funds to establish capabilities or fill gaps in their prevention capabilities. The application period opened on March 24, 2021, and will close on May 25, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. EST.

Applying for this grant is a multi-step process so applicants should begin that process early in order to allow sufficient time to complete the interim steps. Applicants can register early within the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Non-Disaster Grants Management System.

For more information, please see the relevant Notice of Funding Opportunity by clicking the link below. 

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