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Always Thinking Ahead

I have worked with Michael during his time at SECNAP. I felt my networks were always safe and managed in the best possible way. Michael was always thinking ahead and could anticipate my requirements due to our global spread. Michael's development and knowledge of the security industry always proved valuable for Gazit when implementing new solutions and expanding to new regions.

Ilan Zachar, CIO, Gazit Group USAGazit Group USA

Knowledge and Ability

I have known and worked with Michael for over 25 years. He is an accomplished businessman, brilliant inventor, and his knowledge and abilities in computer technology and network and internet security are second to none. He is a man of integrity and worthy of great trust.

Anthony C. Caruso, Managing Partner at Caruso and Company, CPA, P.A.Caruso and Company, CPA, P.A.

Physical security services placekeeper.

 

The 2018 program updates were published. Grants are first come, first served.  Deadline for submission was June 20th, 2018

$150,000 per grant for 2018.

1. you need a DUNS number

2. you need a SAM number

3. contact us before March 15 to schedule your risk assessment and corrective action plan

To get your Physical Risk Assessment and Corrective Action plan, you must act quickly.  Contact (561) 948-1305 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Non-profits that qualify must have a DUNS number and a government SAM number. It could take 4 weeks for each, so if you don't a SAM number, it is too late this year.  Make sure you get yours for next year.

Welcome to the D&B D-U-N-S Request Service for US Federal Government Contractors and Assistance Awardees

 The System for Award Management (SAM) is an official website of the U.S. government. There is no cost to use SAM.

Official FEMA NSGP web site: https://www.fema.gov/nonprofit-security-grant-program

Last year (2018) program :https://www.fema.gov/fiscal-year-2018-nonprofit-security-grant-program

2019 Updates: https://www.fema.gov/fiscal-year-2019-nonprofit-security-grant-program (when available, check back)

Subcategories

  • Firearms Training 3
  • Gun Control is important:

    1. Muzzle Control: Don't EVER point your firearm at anything you don't want to destroy.
    2. Trigger Control: Don't put your finger on the trigger until you have your target identified and sighted in.
    3. Breathing Control: BREATH, steady. Don't hyperventilate, and don't hold your breath long enough to pass out.

    The following classes are taught by an NRA Certified Firearms Instructor.