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April 09, 2008

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Michael Paddock Law Enforcement Grants
with Michael Paddock

The Nuts and Bolts of 2008 Homeland Security Funding Webcast

The Nuts and Bolts of 2008 Homeland Security Funding
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Original Broadcast:
DATE: Wednesday, April 9th
TIME: 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST

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The many changes to the Homeland Security Grants for 2008 are coming to fruition in the form of processes and procedures across the states and within DHS.

Listen as Grants Office CEO Michael Paddock discusses:

- Emerging processes and procedures for inclusion in a homeland security application
- How you can make your state's or urban area's application more competitive
- Alternative ways to advocate for your project at the regional and state level

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About the author

Michael Paddock serves both as Chief Executive Officer of Grants Office, a national grant development services firm, and as Grants Columnist for the award-winning HSToday magazine. In his role at Grants Office, Mr. Paddock consults with dozens of state and local governments and international agencies on homeland security funding. He contributes regularly to a wide range of publications, and he is a featured speaker at many national conferences specializing in homeland security. Mr. Paddock served from 1996-2001 on the US Interagency Electronic Grants Committee and co-founded the New York State E-grants Project in 1999. His article “Funding the First 72 Hours” was recently accepted as a reference within the National Blueprint for Secure Communities, a joint project of the National Council on Readiness and Preparedness and the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.