OHIO TRAFFIC SAFETY OFFICE FFY 2015 Pre-Grant Presentation

OHIO TRAFFIC SAFETY OFFICE FFY 2015 Pre-Grant Presentation FFY 2015 Solicitation Package The FFY 2015 Solicitation Package is available in PDF format online at http://ghsogrants.dps.state.oh.us On the left side, click on Traffic Safety Proposal Package All grants - Pages 3 25 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Pages 26 35 This presentation will cover highlights of the package, review the entire package before submitting your proposal. All 2013 data referenced in this document is preliminary. Contact Information Bucyrus District County Ashland

Crawford Erie Holmes Huron Lorain Marion Ottawa Richland Sandusky Seneca Wayne Wyandot OSP Patrol Post Ashland Bucyrus Sandusky Wooster Norwalk

Elyria Marion Sandusky Mansfield Fremont Fremont Wooster Bucyrus Contact Information: OTSO Planner - Kelvin Williams: 614/466-3250 LEL - Frank Arvay: 419/213-0084 OSP Patrol Post: http://statepatrol.ohio.gov/Counties.stm Contact Information Cambridge District Contact Information: OTSO Planner - Michelle Liberati-Cobb:

614/466-3250 LEL - Rick Beverley: 330/697-1714 OSP Patrol Post: http://statepatrol.ohio.gov/Counties.stm County Belmont Carroll Columbiana Coshocton Guernsey Harrison Jefferson Monroe Muskingum Noble Tuscarawas OSP Patrol Post St. Clairsville

New Philadelphia Lisbon Zanesville Cambridge Steubenville Steubenville St. Clairsville Zanesville Cambridge New Philadelphia Contact Information Cleveland District Cleveland District Contact Information: OTSO Planner - Michelle Liberati-Cobb: 614/466-3250 LEL - Rick Beverley: 330/697-1714

OSP Patrol Post: http://statepatrol.ohio.gov/Counties.stm County Ashtabula Cuyahoga Geauga Lake Mahoning Medina Portage Stark Summit Trumbull OSP Patrol Post Ashtabula Cleveland

Chardon Chardon Canfield Medina Ravenna Canton Canton Warren Contact Information Columbus District County Delaware Fairfield Franklin Knox Licking Madison Morrow Perry

Pickaway OSP Patrol Post Delaware Lancaster Columbus Mt. Gilead Granville West Jefferson Mt. Gilead Lancaster Circleville Contact Information: OTSO Planner - Jackie Stephenson: 614/466-3250 LEL - Mike Brining: 614/946-2878 OSP Patrol Post:

http://statepatrol.ohio.gov/Counties.stm Contact Information Findlay District County Allen Defiance Fulton Hancock Hardin Henry Lucas Paulding Putnam Van Wert Williams Wood OSP Patrol Post Lima

Defiance Toledo Findlay Findlay Bowling Green Toledo Van Wert Lima Van Wert Defiance Bowling Green Contact Information: OTSO Planner - Kelvin Williams: 614/466-3250 LEL - Frank Arvay: 419/213-0084 OSP Patrol Post: http://statepatrol.ohio.gov/Counties.stm Contact Information Jackson District

County Athens Gallia Hocking Jackson Lawrence Meigs Morgan Pike Ross Scioto Vinton Washington Contact Information: OTSO Planner - Jackie Stephenson: 614/466-3250 LEL - Mike Brining: 614/946-2878 OSP Patrol Post:

http://statepatrol.ohio.gov/Counties.stm OSP Patrol Post Athens Gallipolis Athens Jackson Ironton Gallipolis Marietta Chillicothe Chillicothe Portsmouth Jackson Marietta Contact Information Piqua District Contact Information:

OTSO Planner - Kelvin Williams: 614/466-3250 LEL - Chris Robertson: 513/518-8548 OSP Patrol Post: http://statepatrol.ohio.gov/Counties.stm County Auglaize Champaign Clark Darke Greene Logan Mercer Miami Montgomery OSP Patrol Post Wapakoneta Springfield

Springfield Dayton Xenia Marysville Wapakoneta Piqua Dayton Preble Shelby Union Dayton Piqua Marysville Contact Information Wilmington District County Adams

Brown Butler Clermont Clinton Fayette Hamilton Highland Warren OSP Patrol Post Georgetown Georgetown Hamilton Batavia Wilmington Wilmington Cincinnati Wilmington Lebanon

Contact Information: OTSO Planner - Jackie Stephenson: 614/466-3250 LEL - Chris Robertson: 513/518-8548 OSP Patrol Post: http://statepatrol.ohio.gov/Counties.stm Contact Information Contact information may change throughout the year, OTSO will keep sub-grantees as up to date as possible. These Contact Information slides will be updated as needed. Please refer back to these slides. Traffic Safety Grant Program Overview The Federal Highway Safety Act of 1966 directed the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) of the

U.S. Department of Transportation to jointly administer various highway safety projects. This federal grant program provides federal funds administered through the Ohio Department of Public Safety (ODPS), Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP)/ Ohio Traffic Safety Office (OTSO) to eligible entities to be used in part for, but not limited to, traffic safety education, enforcement and awareness. Traffic Safety Grant Program Overview Funds are to be used for short-term highway safety support, with the intent that other sources of funding will sustain programs over the long term. The federal grant program operates on a reimbursement basis. OTSO will use the following criteria to determine each grant

proposals funding eligibility: Met the submission deadline Met the minimum proposal requirements Explained how the proposal specifically helps reduce Ohios traffic- related fatal crashes Traffic Safety Grant Program Overview OTSO will award grants based on: The amount of funding available to OTSO The total number of proposals submitted to OTSO Past performance of the sub-grantee (if applicable) OTSO reserves the right to limit the number of grants awarded and the awarded amounts at any time based on available funding, ability to impact statewide goals and performance. Traffic Safety Grant Program Overview

FFY 2015 Traffic Safety Grant Proposals must be submitted via the website no later than 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, May 15, 2014. Late proposals will not be considered for funding. OTSO is not responsible for an applicants personal computer or internet access failure occurring at the proposal deadline. In the event that OTSO experiences an internal server malfunction, OTSO will notify Proposal Administrators of an updated submission deadline. Competitive Grants Funding Priorities Ohio has joined the national effort, Toward Zero Deaths: A National Strategy on Highway Safety. In 2012, there were 1,123 fatalities on Ohios roads. Ohios current fatality rate is 1.01 fatalities per 100 million vehicle miles traveled.

Competitive grants will be directed toward those state and local community traffic safety activities that will have the greatest impact toward fatal crash reduction. Each proposal should focus on one or more of these issues: Alcohol/drug-impaired driving Restraint use And/or Speed management Problem Identification Process For FFY 2015, OTSO conducted an in-depth analysis of traffic crash data to identify and prioritize traffic safety problems and to target fatal crash locations for traffic safety programming. OTSO focuses the majority of its grant funding on these areas. They have been identified as locations where programming may have the most impact on a statewide level. The data used in this process include traffic crash data

from 2011, 2012 and 2013. Standard Proposal Guidelines for All Grants Reimbursement Only Policy This federal grant program operates on a reimbursement basis. The administering agency must first incur the cost for approved expenditures and then apply for the reimbursement. Appropriate and accurate documentation will be required for each expense. Food Costs relating to food for meetings, award banquets, etc. are not allowable. Standard Proposal Guidelines for All Grants Eligible Entities To be eligible to receive funds under this federal grant program, the proposing agency must be one of the following: Local unit of government or council of government (e.g., county,

city, township, village, law enforcement agency, board of education, health department, metropolitan planning organization, etc.) State agency Non-profit organization, church, hospital, educational service center, college or university Standard Proposal Guidelines for All Grants Required Personnel Each proposal is required to have at least one of each of the following: Authorizing Official the authorizing official is usually the head of an organization/agency. This individual must possess or have the ability to obtain the legislative authority to enter into an agreement with OTSO, should the proposal be approved for funding. Project Director The project director is designated as the agencys liaison with OTSO by the authorizing official. Should the proposal be approved for OTSO funding, this individual will oversee the daily activities of the grant and

ensure that the scope of work and evaluation are completed as proposed. This individual will also serve as the primary contact person for the grant. Fiscal Officer The fiscal officer is responsible for the fiscal activities of the agency. This individual is responsible for overseeing the grants budget, as well as submitting properly prepared claims for reimbursement to OTSO. Standard Proposal Guidelines for All Grants Grant Period and Project Commencement This federal grant period has a 12-month cycle (October 1 September 30). Each approved proposal will begin grant activity based upon the assigned Authorized to Proceed Date and an executed agreement between OTSO and the administrating agency. It will terminate at the end of the federal fiscal year (September 30, 2015), unless otherwise specified in the agreement. Standard Proposal Guidelines for All Grants

Grant Period and Project Commencement No costs will be reimbursed for any activity performed prior to the designated authorized to proceed date or after the termination date of the agreement. Unspent funds that remain at the end of the grant period will be retained by OTSO. Standard Proposal Guidelines for All Grants Preparing the Grant Proposal Adhere to the requirements described in each section. Periodically reviewing the instructions as the proposal is prepared will ensure full compliance with the requirements. Help menus are also available on the GRANTS system to be used in completing the proposal. Submitting a proposal that does not comply with the requirements could adversely affect the consideration that the proposal receives in the review and/or award process. Write a clear concise grant proposal that can be easily understood. Do not include past grant award activities and/

or accomplishments. Proposal Types Selective Traffic Safe Communities Enforcement Program Impaired Driving Enforcement Program OVI Task Force General (for all other traffic safety activities not listed) Traffic Safety Grant Funding Policies All agencies receiving grants must comply with all federal, state,

and local laws and regulations, including those mentioned in this section, as well as those noted in the Terms and Conditions (pages 10 25 of the FFY 2015 Grant Solicitation Package). Funding Limitations The basic funding eligibility factors listed in this document will apply to NHTSA grants in accordance with 23 USC Chapter 4 Section 402. They should be implemented in conjunction with the appropriate Office of Management and Budget (OMB) circular: State and Local Governments OMB Circular A-87 Educational Institutions OMB Circular A-21 Non-Profit Organizations OMB Circular A-122 Hospitals 45CFR Part 74 Appendix E Traffic Safety Grant Funding Policies Funding Limitations To be allowable, costs must be necessary and reasonable. If in doubt, contact OTSO to determine if a particular cost

item is fundable prior to submission of the proposal. Traffic Safety Grant Funding Policies Auditing Requirements You are required to retain a copy of your most recent Audit Report, Management Letter and/or single Audit Report and provide it to OTSO upon request. Program Income Program income generated through the federal grant must be accurately documented (e.g., activity generating income, amount generated, how funds will be used to support traffic safety). Program income must be reported and made available to OTSO upon request. Terms and Conditions A complete list is on pages 10 - 25 of the FFY 2015 Grant Solicitation Package.

1) Agreement Any inconsistencies between agreements and any attached documents shall be resolved in favor of the most current revised agreement on the online system, which shall be the controlling document. 6) Political Activity (Hatch Act) The sub-grantee will comply, as applicable, with provision of the Hatch Act (5 U.S.C. 1501-1508) which limits the political activities of employees whose principal employment activities are funded in whole or in part with federal funds. Terms and Conditions 14) Supplanting Federal funds must not be used to supplant state or local funds, meaning that federal funds must not be used to replace routine or local expenditures for costs of activities that constitute general expenses required to carry out the overall responsibilities of the sub-grantee and/or its sub-grantees. 17)

Regional Meetings Attend regional meetings to coordinate and review activity including current crash data throughout the region to achieve high visibility enforcement and awareness. Terms and Conditions 18) Press Release Each sub-grantee is required to submit a press release to their local media announcing the grant award, including amount and purpose of award. 20) Required Personnel Each proposal/grant is required to have, at a minimum, an authorizing official, a project director and a fiscal officer. See pages 6-7 for a description of each. This information must be kept current. See the help menu on the GRANTS system for directions on how to update/change personnel information. 21) GRANTS User Accounts/Password Security For security purposes, each person using the GRANTS system must have a

separate user name and password. Each account must have its own email account. Sub-grantee agency personnel must not share passwords with agency staff or ODPS staff. Terms and Conditions 22) Labor Costs All work (personnel labor costs) reimbursed under this grant must be for actual hours worked. Labor costs based on a percentage of hours worked will not be accepted for reimbursement. Leave hours (e.g., sick, vacation, personal, holiday, etc.) are not reimbursable as direct labor. The employers share of fringe benefits (e.g., retirement, Workers Compensation, Medicare, etc.) are eligible for reimbursement. Documentation verifying fringe percentages must be available to OTSO upon request. Terms and Conditions 31) Training The cost of training personnel for traffic safety purposes may be funded when the training supports both the goals and scope of work of the approved grant program and the goals of OTSO. All training requests and purchases must be

submitted to and approved by OTSO on a Request to Purchase form prior to incurring the cost. 33) Reimbursement Claims This agreement will operate on a reimbursement basis only. The administering agency must first incur the costs for approved expenditures and then apply for the reimbursement. Appropriate and accurate documentation will be required for each expense. Claim schedules are set up either monthly or quarterly based on sub-grantees selection on the pre-activity form any changes from this schedule must be made by the sub-grantee in writing. Each sub-grantee must submit reimbursement claims by the due date assigned to the claim in the GRANTS System. Terms and Conditions 35) Narrative Progress Reports The timetable for submission of narrative progress reports will be determined by OTSO. Each sub-grantee must submit progress reports by the due date assigned to the report in the GRANTS system.

38) Final Report and Final Claim A final comprehensive annual project activity report must be submitted to OTSO by November 1. a) b) Final reports not received by November 1 will result in a 10 percent penalty deduction to the final claim reimbursement. If a final project activity report is received after November 15, the final claim will not be reimbursed. A properly documented final claim for reimbursement must be submitted to OTSO by November 1. c) d) Final claims not received by November 1 will result in a 10 percent penalty deduction in the final claim reimbursement. Final claims received after November 15 will not be reimbursed.

Terms and Conditions 39) Records Retention All records relating to project activity and/or expenditures must be maintained for review by representatives of the federal or state government for at least three years following the final reimbursement payment. 41) Termination of Agreement Either OTSO or the sub-grantee may terminate this Agreement for any reason by giving the other party 30 days written notice. If the Agreement is cancelled under this provision, OTSO shall reimburse the sub-grantee for approved work completed and documented to that date. Upon termination all data results, reports and other materials developed by the sub-grantee will become the property of OTSO. All of the equipment, materials and/or supplies provided to the sub-grantee for use under this agreement must be returned to OTSO upon request within 30 days of said written notice. Should any change in federal funding adversely affect OTSOs ability to complete the fiscal years activities, OTSO has the right to revise or terminate the agreement in writing.

Terms and Conditions 43) Enforcing Seat Belt Laws The agency will enforce all seat belt and child restraint laws on all traffic stops made under this grant. 46) Mandatory Blitzes Funding for all OTSO identified blitzes must be used for saturations patrols and OVI checkpoints only. Directing traffic, conducting parking detail at events, crash investigations, any non-traffic safety related activities, or any activities not identified in scope of work or work plan are not reimbursable activities. 47) National Enforcement Campaigns All agencies utilizing overtime enforcement funds from OTSO are required to participate in the Click It or Ticket (CIOT) mobilization and the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over (DSOGPO) alcohol crackdown. Terms and Conditions 50) Monthly Enforcement Reports Whether or not a sub-grantee conducts grant-related activity, each sub-grantee

must submit an enforcement report monthly. The monthly enforcement report must be submitted online to OTSO by the 15th calendar day of the following month. Failure to submit these reports in a timely manner will cause a delay in payment of claims, may jeopardize funding for present and future projects and may result in being placed in Sub-grantee on Notice status. SELECTIVE TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM Proposal Guidelines Selective Traffic Enforcement Program High Visibility Enforcement (HVE) is a universal traffic safety approach designed to create deterrence and change unlawful traffic behaviors. HVE combines highly visible and proactive law enforcement targeting a specific traffic safety issue. Law enforcement efforts are combined with visibility elements and a publicity strategy to educate the public and promote voluntary compliance with the law. A law enforcement agency must conduct HVE activities in areas to

impact their fatal crashes (e.g. occupant restraint, speed, aggressive driving, motorcycle crash reduction, failure to yield, etc.). Overtime enforcement will be considered for funding at those times and locations deemed appropriate, based on local needs and as supported by local fatal/serious injury crash problem identification. OTSO will allow a portion of the grant for hours/costs spent towards education efforts. These efforts can be used towards educating students, the general public at events, or officers and must be consistent with problem identification. Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Minimum Eligibility Requirements To be eligible for Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) grant funding, your agency must have an established road patrol that conducts routine traffic enforcement and satisfy all of the following requirements: During 2011, 2012, and 2013, your jurisdiction experienced an average of at least 2.0 motor vehicle related fatal crashes (total of six or more

fatal crashes during these three years) as reported in the Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS). Each agency must apply for the Impaired Driving Enforcement Program (IDEP) to conduct impaired driving enforcement during mandatory blitzes, including Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over. Submit a press release to the local media announcing the grant award. Conduct all OTSO mandatory blitzes, including Click It or Ticket. Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Minimum Eligibility Requirements (cont.) Attempt to publicize efforts during each blitz and national enforcement campaign. Agencies will take appropriate action to contact media about the intent of the targeted enforcement activity prior to its implementation and the results of the enforcement efforts upon completion. All sub-grantees are required to work with other jurisdictions on common corridors to achieve the HVE concept. If your agency agrees to meet all of these requirements,

your agency is eligible for funding consideration. Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Jurisdiction Sizes OTSO will reimburse each jurisdiction based on the chart below for high visibility enforcement activities. The amount of reimbursable hours is based upon the jurisdictions population size: Jurisdiction Population Size Small 1,000 99,999 Medium 100,000 300,000 Large Over 300,000 Maximum Number of Reimbursable Hours Per Agency Jurisdiction Size Small

STEP Hours 280 hours Medium 440 hours Large 520 hours Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Mandatory Blitzes/National Enforcement Campaigns Dates Blitz/National Campaign November 21 November 30, 2014

Thanksgiving April May 2015 Prom May 18 May 31, 2015 Click It or Ticket October 2014 and/or September 2015 Homecoming Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Mandatory Blitzes/National Enforcement Campaigns (cont.) Blitz hours do not have to be evenly dispersed, hours should be dispersed based on crash problem identification. Minimum Required Hours for CIOT

Small Medium Large 63 99 117 These minimum hours are based on the agency requesting the maximum amount of hours. If requesting fewer hours, at least 22.5 percent of the total hours requested must be worked during the CIOT mobilization. Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Allowable Costs Labor Expenses (Salaries and Wages) Education Efforts (up to 5% of direct labor costs) Fuel/Transportation Costs (up to 5% of direct labor costs) Refer to pages 28 29 for details on each cost category.

Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Unallowable Costs Vehicle Mileage Food Paid Advertising/Public Communications Equipment Certain Labor Costs Alcoholic Beverages Lobbying Grant Proposal Preparation and Submission Refer to page 29 for details on each cost category. SELECTIVE TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM GRANTS System New Users If your agency is applying for a grant

through the GRANTS System for the first time: Click on the Create a new user account link. New Users Complete the contact information: 1. Name (First and Last are required. 2. Agency Start typing the Agency Name (Example Franklin then click the Find Agency button. The computer will pull up a list of all agencies in the system with Franklin in the name. Select the correct agency. If the agency is not listed click no agency found to return to this screen and finish

typing the agencys name. 3. If you found your agency, this information will be self-populated. If your agency was not in the list, you will need to complete the address information. 4. Enter the Program Interest. For Traffic Safety Grant, enter the Type of Grant you are interested in (refer to the FFY2015 solicitation package for eligibility requirements). 5. Enter and confirm your email address. 6 1 2

3 4 5 New Users After clicking Register, you will be directed to a Confirm Registration Screen. 1. Select and confirm a password. 2. Click the Confirm button. Each request is processed manually by OTSO staff. In the next couple of days, you will likely receive an email from [email protected] requesting the following: Tax ID number DUNS number Type of Grant (If not listed on user

request). Depending on volume of requests and the time it takes to receive the information back, it can take up to two weeks to have a fully activated account. Do not wait until the last minute to request your account! 2 1 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Initiate a New Proposal To apply for a new grant: 1. Select Selective Traffic Enforcement Program 2015 from the drop down. 2. Click the Apply for a

New Grant Button 1 2 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Program Components 1. Select Program Type from Drop Down 2. Name your program 3. Click the Save button 3 1 2 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Service Areas 1. Select the Service Area

Type that best describes the jurisdiction. 2. Select the County. 3. Click the Add button. 4. Click on the Representative Districts Tab. 4 1 3 2 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Representative Districts 1. Select the appropriate Senate District(s) for the jurisdiction. 2. Select the appropriate

House District(s) for the jurisdiction. 3. Select the appropriate US Congressional District(s) for the jurisdiction. 4. Click the Add button. 5. Click either link to return to the proposal menu. 5 1 2 3 4 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Proposal In

Process You can save your work at any time and come back to finish. Proposal does not need to be completed all at once. A link to your initiated proposal will be on your Start Menu under your Task List the next time you log in. Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Assign Access To assign the required personnel: 1. Click on the View

Applicant Information Link. 1 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Assign Access Verify that the people you need to have on the proposal for Authorized Official, Project Director, and Fiscal Officer are listed on this page. 1. If not and you are the Agency Administrator, click the Add button and complete the user information. If you are not the Agency Administrator, have the Agency

Administrator complete this step. Then proceed to Step 2. 2. If they are listed, click on either link to return to the proposal menu. 2 1 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Assign Access To complete assigning access: 1. Click on the Control Access to Proposal link. 1

Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Assign Access 1. The person who initiated the proposal is automatically assigned as the Project Director. If this is incorrect, click the radio button next to the name, click the Edit button and make the necessary changes. To add additional people: 2. Select the persons name. 3. Select the Contact Type (Authorized Official, Fiscal Officer, etc.) 4. Select level of access. 5. Click the Grant This User Access button.

Repeat until all necessary people have been added. 6. Click either link to return to the Proposal Menu. 6 1 5 2 4 3 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Proposal Forms All required grant forms are on the right hand side of the proposal menu.

Overall Comments form does not need to be filled out this form is for OTSO Staff. Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Applicant Assurances 1. Follow the directions at the top of the application page. 2. FSRS select either yes or no. 3. Terms and Conditions check the box. 4. Pre-Grant Presentation check the box. 5. County Profile check the box. 6. Click the Save button. 7. Click the Next button

to move to the next proposal form. 1 6 7 2 3 4 5 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Fatal Crash Goal 1. Click on the STEP Statistics link to access the data sheet needed to fill in the baseline.

2. Fill in the baseline with the number for your jurisdiction from the data sheet accessed in step 1. 3. Enter an achievable goal. (A reduction of 10% is realistic) 4. Click the Save button. 5. Click the Next button to move to the next proposal form. Remember this goal is fatal crashes not fatalities. 1 4 2 3

5 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Seat Belt Goal 1. Click on the STEP Statistics link to access the data sheet needed to fill in the baseline. 2. Fill in the baseline with the number for your jurisdiction from the data sheet accessed in step 1. 3. Fill in the goal description with the number for your jurisdiction from the data sheet accessed in step 1. 4. Click the Save button. 5. Click the Next button to

move to the next proposal form. 1 4 3 2 4 5 5 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program October Work Plan 1. Enter the number of hours for High School/College Homecoming Activities.

2. Enter the number of hours for non-blitz. 3. Click the Save button. 4. Click the Next button to move to the next proposal form. 3 1 2 NOTES: Examples of activities that can be conducted under the STEP grant are: speed, seat belt, aggressive driving, etc. Impaired driving activities must be conduced under the Impaired Driving Enforcement Program (IDEP) grant. Additional Homecoming blitz hours are available under the IDEP grant. See the IDEP grant for an additional required blitz (Halloween).

Homecoming hours are for high school/college homecoming activities only. 4 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program November Work Plan 1. Enter the number of hours for Thanksgiving. 2. Enter the number of hours for non-blitz. 3. Click the Save button. 4. Click the Next button to move to the next proposal form. 3 4

1 2 NOTES: Examples of activities that can be conducted under the STEP grant are: speed, seat belt, aggressive driving, etc. Impaired driving activities must be conduced under the Impaired Driving Enforcement Program (IDEP) grant. Additional Thanksgiving blitz hours are available under the IDEP grant. Selective Traffic Enforcement Program December Work Plan 1. Enter the number of hours for non-blitz. 2. Click the Save button. 3. Click the Next button to move to the next proposal form.

2 1 NOTES: Examples of activities that can be conducted under the STEP grant are: speed, seat belt, aggressive driving, etc. Impaired driving activities must be conduced under the Impaired Driving Enforcement Program (IDEP) grant. See the IDEP grant for required blitz (Christmas/New Years). 3 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program January Work Plan 1. Enter the number of hours for non-blitz. 2. Click the Save button. 3. Click the Next button to

move to the next proposal form. 2 3 1 NOTES: Examples of activities that can be conducted under the STEP grant are: speed, seat belt, aggressive driving, etc. Impaired driving activities must be conduced under the Impaired Driving Enforcement Program (IDEP) grant. See the IDEP grant for a required blitz (New Years). Selective Traffic Enforcement Program February Work Plan 1. Enter the number of hours

for non-blitz. 2. Click the Save button. 3. Click the Next button to move to the next proposal form. 2 3 1 NOTES: Examples of activities that can be conducted under the STEP grant are: speed, seat belt, aggressive driving, etc. Impaired driving activities must be conduced under the Impaired Driving Enforcement Program (IDEP) grant. See the IDEP grant for a required blitz (Super Bowl).

Selective Traffic Enforcement Program March Work Plan 1. Enter the number of hours for non-blitz. 2. Click the Save button. 3. Click the Next button to move to the next proposal form. 2 3 1 NOTES: Examples of activities that can be conducted under the STEP grant are: speed, seat belt, aggressive driving, etc. Impaired driving activities must be conduced under the Impaired Driving Enforcement Program (IDEP)

grant. See the IDEP grant for a required blitz (St. Patricks Day). Selective Traffic Enforcement Program April Work Plan 1. Enter the number of hours for Prom Activities. 2. Enter the number of hours for non-blitz. 3. Click the Save button. 4. Click the Next button to move to the next proposal form. 3 1 2

NOTES: Examples of activities that can be conducted under the STEP grant are: speed, seat belt, aggressive driving, etc. Impaired driving activities must be conduced under the Impaired Driving Enforcement Program (IDEP) grant. Additional Prom blitz hours are available under the IDEP grant. Prom hours are for high school prom events only. 4 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program May Work Plan 1. Enter the number of hours for Prom Activities. 2. Enter the number of hours for CIOT. 3. Enter the number of hours for non-blitz. 4. Click the Save button.

5. Click the Next button to move to the next proposal form. 4 5 1 2 3 NOTES: Examples of activities that can be conducted under the STEP grant are: speed, seat belt, aggressive driving, etc. Impaired driving activities must be conduced under the Impaired Driving Enforcement Program (IDEP) grant. Additional Prom blitz hours are available under the IDEP grant. Prom hours are for high school prom events only.

Selective Traffic Enforcement Program June Work Plan 1. Enter the number of hours for non-blitz. 2. Click the Save button. 3. Click the Next button to move to the next proposal form. 2 1 NOTES: Examples of activities that can be conducted under the STEP grant are: speed, seat belt, aggressive driving, etc. Impaired driving activities must be conduced under the Impaired Driving Enforcement Program (IDEP) grant.

3 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program July Work Plan 1. Enter the number of hours for non-blitz. 2. Click the Save button. 3. Click the Next button to move to the next proposal form. 2 1 NOTES: Examples of activities that can be conducted under the STEP grant are: speed, seat belt, aggressive driving, etc.

Impaired driving activities must be conduced under the Impaired Driving Enforcement Program (IDEP) grant. See the IDEP grant for a required blitz (4 th of July). 3 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program August Work Plan 1. Enter the number of hours for non-blitz. 2. Click the Save button. 3. Click the Next button to move to the next proposal form. 2 1

NOTES: Examples of activities that can be conducted under the STEP grant are: speed, seat belt, aggressive driving, etc. Impaired driving activities must be conduced under the Impaired Driving Enforcement Program (IDEP) grant. See the IDEP grant for a required blitz (Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over). 3 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program September Work Plan 3 1. Enter the number of hours for High School/College Homecoming Activities. 2. Enter the number of hours for non-blitz. 3. Click the Save button.

4. Click the Next button to move to the next proposal form. 4 1 2 NOTES: Examples of activities that can be conducted under the STEP grant are: speed, seat belt, aggressive driving, etc. Impaired driving activities must be conduced under the Impaired Driving Enforcement Program (IDEP) grant. Additional Homecoming blitz hours are available under the IDEP grant. See the IDEP grant for an additional required blitz (Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over). Homecoming hours are for high school/college homecoming activities only. Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Regional

Meetings 1. Check the box. 2. Click the Save button. 3. Click the Next button to move to the next proposal form. 2 1 3 Selective Traffic Enforcement Overtime Labor Cost Budget Worksheet 1. Select the jurisdiction size (see directions for definition of small, medium and large). 2. Enter the average overtime

hourly rate. 3. Enter the amount requested for Education. 4. Enter the percent for Employers share of Retirement. 5. Enter the percent for the Employers share of Workers Comp. 6. Enter the amount requested for Transportation. 7. Click the Save button and the remaining fields will populate and/calculate. 7 1 2

3 4 5 6 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Labor Cost Budget Worksheet Cont. If the hours are over the maximum allowable, return to the work plans to make changes. Once all changes are made to the work plans, return to the Labor Cost Budget Worksheet and re-save the page. Once the hours are correct, double check the Education and Transportation amounts requested against the maximum amount allowed. Make changes, if needed and re-save. Click the Next button to move to the next form.

Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Budget Overview This is the total amount you are submitting the proposal for. No action is required on this page. Click the Proposal Menu button. Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Submit Proposal When ready to submit, come back to the Proposal Menu and review the Forms List. Forms that do not have any technical errors with have a green check mark. Forms with technical errors will have a yellow caution symbol. Each page has an error check on the upper right corner or you can

error check the entire proposal from the proposal menu. Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Submit Proposal Once all technical errors have been corrected, return to the proposal menu. Click the Submit Application button. The system will ask if you are sure, answer yes or no. Selective Traffic Enforcement Program - Verification You will then receive a screen to verify that the information you have submitted is true and correct. After you agree, you will

receive a Confirmation screen and you will receive an email. Next Steps OTSO will begin proposal reviews in May/June. If corrections are needed in the proposal, it will be opened up for corrections. You will receive an email stating that modifications are required. Return to the GRANTS System. The proposal will be on your Task List. Click on the proposal link to open the proposal. Pages that need corrections will be marked with a pencil. Click on the link for that page. You will see the changes needed from Review Team at the top of the page. Make the changes, click the Save button. (The pencil marks will not go away, they remain on the page to let us know which pages were corrected) After all corrections have been made, return to the proposal menu and click Submit Modified Application.

Next Steps OTSO strives to have all approved grants executed by mid-September. In order to achieve this, proposals that have been sent back for corrections need to be returned to OTSO promptly for re-review. Questions? If you have any questions, please email your questions to [email protected] OTSO Traffic Safety will be developing FAQ sheets, please do not hesitate to send questions to the above email address. The FAQ sheets will be developed in part from questions we receive. Reminder All FFY 2015 Traffic Safety Grant Proposals must be

submitted via the website no later than 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, May 15, 2014.

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