Grant Management Information
- Download the 2015 GOW Financial Overview: FFATA, Claims & Modifications Presentation
- Download the 2015 GOW Status Reports & Monitoring Presentation
- Download the 2015 GOW Public Information & Education Presentation
- Download the 2015 GOW Title VI Presentation
- Watch online tutorial on using the www.TNGHSOGrants.org website
Download the 2015 FFATA Reporting Sheet
This form should be completed and submitted by agencies that have received $25,000 or more in federal funds from the GHSO. ONLY complete the highlighted areas. Once completed, submit the form via e-mail to Mia Vickers at firstname.lastname@example.org. Detailed instructions can be found on the Instructions sheet of the excel form.
The Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS Number) number is a nine-digit number, issued by Dun & Bradstreet (D&B). Each agency has their own unique DUNS number which is most likely assigned to the City, County, parent organization, etc. Your agency’s finance director, budget person, city/county recorder, administrator, etc. should have access to provide or look up this number. A DUNS number is required for all grant applicants for new or renewal awards submitted on or after October 1, 2003 as established by the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) in June of 2003.
The Governor’s Highway Safety Office provides grants to programs which are designed to reduce the number of fatalities, injuries and related economic losses resulting from traffic crashes on Tennessee’s roadways. Local governments, law enforcement agencies, academic institutions, and private non-profits can apply for National Highway Safety Transportation Administration pass-through funding for projects related to various areas of highway safety. Eligible project areas are included in the State of Tennessee’s Highway Safety Performance Plan.
Agencies can apply for funding in the following areas:
- Alcohol Education
- Alcohol Enforcement
- DUI Prosecution
- Distracted Driving
- Driver Education
- DUI / Drug Courts
- Emergency Medical Services/First Responder Training
- High Visibility Enforcement (HVE)
- Impaired Driving Education
- Impaired Driving Enforcement
- Motorcycle Safety
- Occupant Protection
- Police Traffic Services, Multiple Violations
- Safe Communities
- Teen Driver Safety
- Traffic Records
If you serve a county that has a greater than average rate of crash problems based on the 2008-2013 ranking (click here to view) you may qualify for a grant.
To view funding opportunities go to www.TNGHSOGrants.org. If your project plan involves the goal of reducing some category of motor vehicle crash in your jurisdiction, you MUST provide the following:
- Three years of baseline statistics from your jurisdiction that are relevant to the category of crash you intend to reduce; for example, alcohol-related crashes.
- Comparative crash statistics from other similar jurisdictions that indicate your particular crash problem is above average.
- In the case of counter-DUI proposals that involve enforcement, baseline statistics on the numbers of proactive (i.e., not crash-related) DUI arrests and their associated (non-reduced) DUI conviction rates.
Grant applications begin March 1st, 2014 and close on March 31st, 2014. Click here to see Tennessee’s Highway Safety Performance Plan (PDF) for more information on the goals and mission of the Governor’s Highway Safety Office.
If you have any questions about the Governor's Highway Safety Office grant process please contact:
Governor's Highway Safety Office