New! 2014-15 Public Safety Answering Points Grant


 

As authorized by Chapter 56 of the Laws of 2010, the New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services (DHSES), through its Office of Interoperable and Emergency Communications (OIEC), is designed as the principal State agency for all interoperable and emergency communications issues and is responsible to coordinate and to implement a grant program to facilitate the developments, consolidation and/or operation of public safety communications and networks designed to support statewide interoperable communications for first responders.

The Statewide Interoperable Communications Grant (SICG) is a competitive grant funded by cellular surcharge revenue. Table below summarizes awards received by New York State counties since the Statewide Interoperable Communications Grant program was established.

Statewide Interoperable Communications
PSAP Operations Grant Awards

County Name 2014-15 PSAP
Albany $205,465
Allegany $165,914
Broome $200,182
Cattaraugus $179,784
Cayuga $168,619
Chautauqua $188,236
Chemung $180,464
Chenango $174,953
Clinton $153,949
Columbia $160,221
Cortland $174,670
Delaware $117,264
Dutchess $169,410
Erie $210,388
Essex $181,398
Franklin $181,880
Fulton $194,039
Genesee $178,771
Greene $151,468
Hamilton $165,040
Herkimer $202,926
Jefferson $192,240
Lewis $182,637
Livingston $169,874
Madison $160,933
Monroe $234,317
Montgomery $161,128
Nassau $140,437
New York City $192,313
Niagara $189,204
Oneida $222,396
Onondaga $195,771
Ontario $153,455
Orange $180,272
Orleans $134,050
Oswego $180,517
Otsego $161,700
Putnam $127,915
Rensselaer $176,560
Rockland $198,875
Saratoga $165,862
Schenectady $167,970
Schoharie $144,752
Schuyler $118,716
Seneca $167,119
St Lawrence $162,596
Steuben $188,793
Suffolk $168,290
Sullivan $161,772
Tioga $171,971
Tompkins $150,506
Ulster $162,798
Warren $174,787
Washington $186,194
Wayne $169,703
Westchester $164,751
Wyoming $157,216
Yates $156,569
Totals $10,000,000

 

Statewide Interoperable Communications Grant Awards
County Name FY2010-2011 Round 1 SICG FY2011-2012 Round 2 SICG 2012 PSAP FY2012-2013 Round 3 SICG 2013-14 PSAP
Albany   $6,000,000      
Allegany     $155,954 $5,951,039  
Broome     $988,662 $6,000,000 $89,253
Cattaraugus     $199,918 $6,000,000 $89,253
Cayuga       $5,251,690 $584,234
Chautauqua   $6,000,000 $93,516   $89,253
Chemung   $6,000,000     $487,869
Chenango     $74,051    
Clinton   $2,152,080     $83,738
Columbia         $62,477
Cortland $4,000,000 $6,000,000     $89,253
Delaware $1,078,000 $3,404,000 $179,209    
Dutchess     $63,892    
Erie   $830,405 $967,981   $299,065
Essex $2,000,000 $2,251,759     $446,305
Franklin     $365,000 $3,407,921  
Fulton       $2,327,780  
Genesee $228,309 $5,435,095     $89,253
Greene $893,000       $513,497
Hamilton     $144,472 $2,530,385  
Herkimer       $899,462  
Jefferson     $295,524 $6,000,000  
Lewis     $808,615 $6,000,000  
Livingston     $305,767 $5,994,854 $89,253
Madison $1,997,812 $4,194,189     $89,253
Monroe   $5,468,173     $89,240
Montgomery       $1,685,554  
Nassau $877,729       $89,253
New York City   $3,543,309     $500,000
Niagara $2,000,000 $742,164 $620,000   $82,387
Oneida         $405,563
Onondaga $331,446 $4,959,000 $187,591    
Ontario   $2,202,885     $25,705
Orange   $5,998,000      
Orleans   $2,000,000 $133,090    
Oswego     $836,009 $6,000,000  
Otsego $1,128,000   $866,051   $500,000
Putnam         $89,253
Rensselaer   $5,066,512 $17,823   $473,793
Rockland   $5,500,000     $89,253
Saratoga       $2,280,500 $587,162
Schenectady         $89,253
Schoharie $858,000 $433,500      
Schuyler   $4,271,900      
Seneca       $6,000,000 $496,000
St Lawrence       $2,679,690 $62,522
Steuben $1,523,264 $3,169,693      
Suffolk   $6,000,000 $250,381    
Sullivan $1,198,000 $841,833 $799,000   $584,887
Tioga   $2,342,000 $28,711    
Tompkins   $2,854,312     $500,000
Ulster $978,000       $89,253
Warren $736,939   $425,000    
Washington $171,501       $500,000
Wayne   $2,036,700 $193,783   $89,253
Westchester       $5,991,125  
Wyoming   $1,771,236      
Yates   $531,255     $555,267
Totals $20,000,000 $102,000,000 $9,000,000 $75,000,000 $9,000,000

Robert M. Barbato

Director

 

About the Office of Interoperable & Emergency Communications

Created through Executive Law section 717, the Office of Interoperable and Emergency Communications (OIEC) is the principal state agency for all interoperable and emergency communications issues and oversees and directs the development, coordination and implementation of policies, plans, standards, programs and services related to interoperable and emergency communications, including those related to land mobile radio communications.