The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has at long last released funding for a wide variety of grant programs. If you’re familiar with DHS grants, then you know the application period typically runs from January to December. The reason behind the delay this year was the budget battle that played out in Congress, postponing the release of grant funding until formal federal budget approval. If you are not familiar with DHS grants, rest assured that this does not prevent you from taking advantage of this potential funding source. There are several details than any interested agency must know, particularly the due date, application requirements, and each grant program’s funding priorities. Obtaining this information is as easy as reviewing each program’s guidelines. However, having a true understanding of how to develop your request and ensure it scores well in the review process is insight the guidelines cannot provide. For this information, I invite you to attend the upcoming Developing Your DHS Grant Request for 2011 Success. This webinar will cover the application requirements, review past winning projects, and offer tips & tricks for developing a winning request. Register to attend today! Click here for more information.