Homeland Security: Federal Assistance Funding and Business Opportunities [Updated November 21, 2003]   [open pdf - 104KB]

"With the creation of the Department of Homeland Security and increased federal spending on homeland security products and services, comes increased interest in doing business with the federal government and obtaining federal funds. Small and large businesses, universities, and research organizations throughout the country want to provide the needed products and services. State and local governments desire federal funds to assist with their homeland security needs. Generally, the larger companies or organizations and state and local governments that have regularly done business with the federal government in the past are familiar with the often complex process of selling to the government or obtaining federal funds through grants. However, smaller companies and government officials who are new to the process may have a difficult time quickly identifying the resources and information needed to pursue grant or contract monies. This report provides a selection of information gateways for businesses, state and local governments, research organizations, and others that wish to pursue homeland security related business opportunities or grants from the federal government. A selection of Web sites is provided for the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Defense, and other federal departments and agencies. The information will assist interested persons in locating information on available grants, contracts, or research and development opportunities with a homeland security focus."

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CRS Report for Congress, RL32036
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University of Maryland School of Law: http://www.law.umaryland.edu/
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