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Following a March 2020 announcement that it would temporarily suspend in-person, campus-based training delivery, and subsequent July 2020 announcement regarding training resumption, FEMA will not re-open its campuses on August 2, 2020, as anticipated.

FEMA's top priority remains the health and safety of FEMA employees, instructors, students, and visitors on campus, without compromising instruction quality and the student experience. Therefore, FEMA will suspend in-person training and education at both the National Emergency Training Center (NETC) and Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) through at least October 1.

FEMA will continue to monitor the coronavirus pandemic and communicate updates or changes in conditions that may affect reopening of FEMA campuses.

Independent Study Offices is currently experiencing technical difficulties and has a very limited capability to provide technical support. We expect this issue to be resolved no later than 12:00 EDT, tomorrow, 8/4/2020.


IS-32.A: Mitigation eGrants Internal System

Course Date

2/16/2018

Course Overview

This course is part of the comprehensive training program for the FEMA egrants system. It is the third in a series of Independent Study (IS) courses for the eGrants and will address the functions in the eGrants Internal System used by FEMA Regional and Headquarters (HQ) staff to administer the Hazard Mitigation (HMA) grant programs.

Course Objectives:

  1. Describe the eGrants System and Workflows  
  2. Describe the process for accessing the eGrants Internal System
  3. Describe the process for reviewing, approving, and denying of pending external eGrants Applicant user registrations
  4. Describe all of the program office’s review and approval processes for applications and subapplications
  5. Describe the process of monitoring federal awards through the review of quarterly reports

Primary Audience

Whole Community

Prerequisites

None

CEUs:

0.4

Course Length:

4 hours
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Notices
  • Test questions are scrambled to protect test integrity
 
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