Explore our suite of tools and resources to guide the process of applying for public assistance funding.
View rates for applicant-owned equipment in good mechanical condition, which includes all eligible costs for ownership, operation, and maintenance.
Per capita state and county public assistance impact indicators and minimum and maximum project cost thresholds for small projects.
Learn about the benefits and requirements of sharing the cost of goods or services with another claimant.
FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute offers free independent study courses in public assistance. Consult and register for courses numbered IS-1000 to IS-1026.
Access all forms related to public assistance and fire management assistance programs, as well as administrative plan spreadsheet templates.
Use FEMA’s Cost Estimate Format (CEF) to determine the cost of eligible permanent works for major construction projects.
Knowing the federal procurement rules when procuring goods and services under a FEMA grant program will help increase your chances of getting and keeping the funding you need.
Public Assistance Grant Program Statistics
Datasets for funded projects and for recipients of government assistance identified as applicants in the data.