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NYS Vender ID # 1000034176  / NJS Vender ID # 13262250 / GML 103
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Defense Contractor since 1994

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Applied Tactical Technologies, Inc. supports the HAZARDOUS INCIDENT RESPONSE EQUIPMENT CONTRACT
for your Homeland Security and Domestic Preparedness needs. Contract # PC63616

The HAZARDOUS INCIDENT RESPONSE EQUIPMENT CONTRACT covers a broad spectrum of domestic preparedness equipment. Your agency does not need to use federal funds to buy off this contract. If your agency does not have the time or wherewithal to submit for the available grants,  you can still take advantage of the contract pricing. Just submit your Purchase Order with "Multi-State HIRE Contract Purchase" detailed in the body.

The contract categories are Personal Protection, Explosive Device Mitigation and Remediation, CBRNE Search and Rescue, Detection, Physical Security Enhancement, Terrorism Incident Prevention, CBRNE Logistical Support , Medical Supplies, CBRNE Reference Materials, Agricultural Terrorism Response and Mitigation, Intervention, and Other Authorized Equipment.

H.I.R.E. Advantages:

  • Numerous manufacturers on contract
  • Thousands of products available
  • Endorsed by NASPO (National Associations of State Procurement Officials)
  • Available to many states
Participating States Include:
  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Idaho
  • Kansas
  • Louisiana
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Maine
  • Minnesota
  • New York
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Virginia
  • West Virginia
The National Association of State Procurement Officials
Hazardous Incident Response Equipment (HIRE) Contract -
NYS/NASPO multiple award contracts for a broad spectrum of domestic preparedness equipment.
The State of New York has established comprehensive, Statewide, multiple award contracts with authorized distributors or manufacturers based on the terms and conditions contained herein. Contracts are being awarded for equipment that will qualify for Homeland Security Grant Funding (HSSP) and the Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Program (LETPP) funding.

 NYS OGS Award # 3823219
  • Soft Body Armor (Concealable & Tactical)
  • Ballistic Protective Helmets
  • Ballistic Protective Plates
  • Plate Carriers
  • Ballistic Shields
  • Bomb Blankets
  • Bomb EOD Suits
  • Exothermic Torches
  • Breaching Shotguns
  • Breaching Explosives
  • I.E.D. Training Aids & Training Services

Basic information for contract use:

The State of New York has established comprehensive, Statewide, multiple award contracts with authorized distributors or manufacturers based on the terms and conditions contained herein. Contracts are being awarded for equipment that will qualify for Homeland Security Grant Funding (SHSP) and the Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Program (LETPP) funding.

See Office of Domestic Preparedness funding guidelines. (

It should be noted that there is equipment available on these contracts that may be used for emergency response related activities but does not qualify for grant funding. The resultant contracts will have an initial term of 5 years with an option to renew for 2 additional two-year periods and 1, one- year period.

Vendors able to supply items that fulfill 6 of the SHSP and LETPP 13 approved categories listed herein are awarded as Level One Contractors.

Level Two bidders carry a smaller more specialized catalog offering. This is meant to take into account those smaller distributors or manufacturers that specialize in certain commodity lines.

Authorized equipment including the following categories is available:
1. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
2. Explosive Device Mitigation and Remediation Equipment
3. CBRNE Search and Rescue Equipment
4. Detection Equipment
5. Decontamination Equipment
6. Physical Security Enhancement Equipment
7. Terrorism Incident Prevention Equipment
8. CBRNE Logistical Support Equipment
9. Medical Supplies
10. CBRNE Reference Materials
11. Agricultural Terrorism Prevention, Response and Mitigation Equipment
12. Intervention Equipment
13. Other Authorized Equipment Offering is not limited to the categories as listed above, equipment filling additional authorized categories is offered


Authorized Equipment- Equipment that the Federal Government has accepted as suitable for purchase using Federal Grant Domestic Preparedness monies. Current lists of categories are available at Office of Domestic Preparedness funding guidelines -

For questions regarding the procurement of equipment authorized under the Office of Domestic Preparedness grant guidelines, please refer to the Responder Knowledge Base website; . The website has links to all of the current and prior year AEL (Authorized Equipment List) as determined by ODP

Certified Equipment - Equipment that has been tested and meets appropriate industry standards that have been set by the government or other professional organizations such as NFPA- National Fire Prevention Association, UL - Underwriters lab, etc. For questions regarding the procurement of equipment certified under the Office of Domestic Preparedness grant guidelines please refer to the Responder Knowledge Base website;


Either Level I or Level II contractors may be chosen (Level II contractors- manufacturers or smaller distributors with a narrower offering). The basis for selection among multiple contracts at the time of purchase shall be the most economical alternative that meets form, function, and utility unless there are overriding practical issues, and should be in the best interests of the States, taking into consideration:

Form, function and utility needs of the purchaser


Overhead associated with storage and inventory of the goods

Note that construction costs are not covered under installation in this award

It is recommended that contract users shop wisely:

1. NOTE: If a purchase is being made using Homeland Security or Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Federal Grant monies, end-users must notify vendor at time of ordering (place information on Purchase Order) that these funds are being used. This is required to enable vendors to meet Federal grant tracking requirements.

2. If you are purchasing a large volume of a specific piece of equipment or costly item and know the manufacturer of the product, you may want to go to the manufacturer line spreadsheet See Summary page at This sheet lists the manufacturer lines carried by each vendor. Obtain pricing from more than one vendor, if possible, and compare.

3. If you do not have a specific manufacturer item in mind, go to section of the award that lists the types of equipment offered by vendors – see list of contractors and equipment categories offered contained in Award document.

4. Go to vendor web-site to view equipment handled or contact contractors for copies of the catalogs with the equipment specified herein. Contact contractor to set up account and registration for entry into contractor’s website for those vendors that have listed this service on their award pages if you wish to access their web catalog for these contracts.

5. Select vendors offering the type of equipment you wish to purchase. So that you may check pricing, a price list for each vendor, is located oat the contract Award Notice homepage..

6. Compare pricing and availability of items you wish to purchase. If you are purchasing or expect to purchase a large quantity of any one item or a large quantity of items from any one manufacturers’ line during the course of one year, contact vendor contract administrator (name listed on vendor page to expedite contract purchases) and request additional discounts.

7. It is recommended that end-users seek pricing from more than one vendor, especially if they are purchasing large amounts of goods for a high dollar amount.

8. Purchase from the vendor meeting your equipment needs who has offered the best pricing on the majority of the equipment (the highest dollar value) being ordered.

9. In case of emergency, go to the vendor able to supply the equipment in the most timely manner.

10. Choose the most cost effective option meeting your needs; document your choice and proceed with the purchase.

NOTE: Certain equipment must be certified to be purchased with Federal Homeland Defense monies. Vendors listed in the award have supplied listings of the certified equipment they carry, along with the item numbers. Each vendor list is available under link on vendor page along with accepted price list. Note that certified equipment is being added regularly and a vendor listing may not contain all the available certified equipment. Check with vendor if you have any questions on whether or not equipment is certified.

You may also go to the Responder Knowledge Base website;


Explosive Device Mitigation and Remediation Equipment purchased through this grant must be assigned to a local law enforcement agency and used exclusively by that agency’s Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Team in support of EOD missions within the agency’s jurisdictional authority or in support of a legally constituted law enforcement mutual aid agreement, regardless of COBRA Team affiliation.  All EOD support to NYS Weapons of Mass Destruction Response Team deployments outside the agency’s jurisdiction, as a state response asset, must be approved by NYS Office of Homeland Security.

WMD Training Aids & Outside Trainers funds may be used to plan for, design, develop, conduct and evaluate exercises that train homeland security preparedness, prevention and response personnel, evaluate prevention and response plans, policy, procedures and protocols, and assess the readiness of jurisdictions to prevent and respond to a terrorist attack.  Exercises must be threat and performance-based, in accordance with ODP’s Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) manuals, and be executed in accordance with HSEEP (see  After Action Reports (AAR) based on the ODP Exercise and Evaluation Guidance must be provided to NYS Office of Homeland Security within 30 days following completion of each exercise. All subrecipients must comply and be familiar with Homeland Security Presidential Directive-8, with regards to the IED scenario, as mandated by the Office of Domestic Preparedness.

WMD Protective Equipment All Level D Personal Protective Equipment purchased through this grant must be certified as compliant with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standard 1951, NFPA standard 1991, NFPA standard 1994, or NFPA standard 1999 (whichever is applicable).  For more information regarding these standards, please refer to the 2004 Homeland Security Grant Application Guidelines and the National Fire Protection Association web site.

 Allowable training costs for SHSP grants include the following:  1) Establishment of CBRNE, CIP, agricultural/food security, cyber security, and geospatial training programs within existing training academies, universities or junior colleges; and, 2) overtime and backfill costs associated with attendance at ODP-sponsored and approved CBRNE and cyber security training courses.

 LETPP funds may be used for a range of law enforcement terrorism prevention related training activities to enhance the capabilities of state and local personnel, including the following:  building information sharing capacities, target hardening, facility security, CBRNE threats, NIMS, weaponization of CBRNE agents, surveillance and counter-surveillance techniques, CIP, intelligence analysis, cyber security, multi-cultural undercover operations, language training, joint training with other homeland security entities, interoperable communications, Geospatial Information Systems, agricultural/food security, and citizen/volunteer awareness and participation in support of law enforcement activities. 

Tactical Team Equipment All specialized law enforcement tactical entry equipment, including ballistic body armor, helmets, eye protection, and related protective equipment acquired through this grant for use in and support of the statewide counter-terrorism initiative, will be assigned and used according to the following requirements:

 1.  Physically assigned to and controlled by a legally constituted law enforcement agency to be used by certified and adequately trained law enforcement personnel;

 2.   Utilized by a containment team in an effort to contain an incident STATE scene in a safe and controlled manner until a full service tactical team arrives to conduct complex tactical operations;

 3.  Law Enforcement agencies within the legal jurisdiction of a county must agree to work in a mutually supportive manner in support of a containment team and it is understood that only one team will be supported in each requesting county by this funding source;

 4.  All required weapons, ammunition, and related operational costs are the responsibility of the responsibility of the receiving law enforcement agency; and,

 5.  After the Law Enforcement Agency Head with responsibility for the containment team provides a letter agreeing to these conditions to include a statement describing the team’s mission, structure, team composition, plan for training, and present equipment inventory.




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