Congress approves $750 million for FIRE grants

March 2003
Fire Chief;Mar2003, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p12
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Reports on the U.S. Congress' approval of funding increase for the Assistance to Firefighters Program, also know as the FIRE Act grant program for fiscal year 2003. Administration's proposal to move the FIRE Grant program out of the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Fire Administration and into the Office of Domestic Preparedness; Four program areas where fire departments may apply for assistance.


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