SemperComm is Federal Grant Qualified 

 

FEMA Authorized Equipment List (AEL) 

The Authorized Equipment List (AEL) is a list of approved equipment types allowed under FEMA’s preparedness grant programs.  This resource and tool is for emergency managers, first responders, and other homeland security professionals seeking grant funding.    The following  FEMA codes on the AEL Standardized Equipment List  apply to SemperComm for those who seek Federal Grant Funding:

06CP-01-PORT - Radio, Portable

Description: Individual/portable radio transceivers.

Grant Notes:This section includes equipment and systems that provide connectivity and electrical interoperability between local and interagency organizations to coordinate CBRNE response operations.  When utilizing FEMA program funds in the category of Interoperable Communications Equipment to build, upgrade, enhance, or replace communications systems, grantees and sub-grantees should develop a comprehensive interoperable communications plan before procurement decisions are made.  Grants may be used to cover only those services provided during the grant project period.  Grantees are reminded that supplanting of previously planned or budgeted activities is strictly prohibited.  Grantees should coordinate with their assigned FEMA preparedness officer to determine the appropriate allowable cost category for these purchases.

Standardized Equipment List: For more information on operating considerations, mandatory and applicable standards, and training requirements, visit the Interagency Board’s Standardized Equipment List site.  You may also access 06CP-01-PORT directly here

06CP-01-HFRQ - Radio, High Frequency (HF) Single Sideband

Description:High frequency (HF) single sideband communications equipment.

Grant Notes: This section includes equipment and systems that provide connectivity and electrical interoperability between local and interagency organizations to coordinate CBRNE response operations.  When utilizing FEMA program funds in the category of Interoperable Communications Equipment to build, upgrade, enhance, or replace communications systems, grantees and sub-grantees should develop a comprehensive interoperable communications plan before procurement decisions are made.  Grants may be used to cover only those services provided during the grant project period. Grantees are reminded that supplanting of previously planned or budgeted activities is strictly prohibited.  Grantees should coordinate with their assigned FEMA preparedness officer to determine the appropriate allowable cost category for these purchases.

Standardized Equipment List: For more information on operating considerations, mandatory and applicable standards, and training requirements, visit the Interagency Board’s Standardized Equipment List site.  You may also access 06CP-01-HFRQ directly here


06CC-03-SATP - Phone, Satellite Portable

Description: Satellite service with handheld device.

Grant Notes:This section includes equipment and systems that provide connectivity and electrical interoperability between local and interagency organizations to coordinate CBRNE response operations.  When utilizing FEMA program funds in the category of Interoperable Communications Equipment to build, upgrade, enhance, or replace communications systems, grantees and sub-grantees should develop a comprehensive interoperable communications plan before procurement decisions are made.  Grants may be used to cover only those services provided during the grant project period.  Grantees are reminded that supplanting of previously planned or budgeted activities is strictly prohibited. Grantees should coordinate with their assigned FEMA preparedness officer to determine the appropriate allowable cost category for these purchases.

Standardized Equipment List: For more information on operating considerations, mandatory and applicable standards, and training requirements, visit the Interagency Board’s Standardized Equipment List site.  You may also access 06CC-03-SATP directly here

 

06CP-01-MOBL - Radio, Mobile

Description: Mobile radio equipment, deployed in/on vehicles, or can also be deployed as temporary base stations.

Grant Notes:This section includes equipment and systems that provide connectivity and electrical interoperability between local and interagency organizations to coordinate CBRNE response operations.  When utilizing FEMA program funds in the category of Interoperable Communications Equipment to build, upgrade, enhance, or replace communications systems, grantees and sub-grantees should develop a comprehensive interoperable communications plan before procurement decisions are made.  Grants may be used to cover only those services provided during the grant project period.  Grantees are reminded that supplanting of previously planned or budgeted activities is strictly prohibited.  Grantees should coordinate with their assigned FEMA preparedness officer to determine the appropriate allowable cost category for these purchases.

Standardized Equipment List: For more information on operating considerations, mandatory and applicable standards, and training requirements, visit the Interagency Board’s Standardized Equipment List site.  You may also access 06CP-01-MOBL directly here

 

03OE-01-CTAC - Device, Tactical Communications

Description:Specialized communications devices for point-to-point communications in tactical situations where improvised individual communication is required. Includes audio and/or video devices such as wired, wireless, and sound-powered throw phones and throw cameras.  Standardized Equipment List:  For more information on operating considerations, mandatory and applicable standards, and training requirements, visit the Interagency Board’s Standardized Equipment List site.  You may also access 03OE-01-CTAC directly here

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