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2020 Anti-Terrorism Planning and Response
Mission Statement The Illinois Terrorism Task Force (ITTF) serves as the state homeland security strategic planning and policy body for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security grant programs. The task force represents more than 60 agencies, including federal, state, local, private sector, and non-governmental organizations—all collaborating to achieve and sustain risk-based target levels of capability to prevent, protect against, respond to, and recover from acts of terrorism and to minimize the impact on lives, property, and the economy.
Program Goals and Objectives
  1. Develop a strategy for competitive grants to assist local emergency response agencies in complying with homeland security laws, policies, protocol, and procedures.
    Source of Funds General Revenue Fund, Emergency Planning and Training Fund, September 11th Fund, Homeland Security Emergency Preparedness Trust Fund Statutory Authority 20 ILCS 3305/1
    Fiscal Year 2021 Target/Projected Fiscal Year 2020 Actual Fiscal Year 2020 Target/Projected Fiscal Year 2019 Actual Fiscal Year 2018 Actual
    Input Indicators
    Total expenditures - all sources (in thousands) $ 116,340.8 $ 88,260.1 $ 120,665.4 $ 82,045.6 $ 70,491.3
    Total expenditures - state appropriated funds (in thousands) $ 116,340.8 $ 88,260.1 $ 120,665.4 $ 82,045.6 $ 70,491.3
    Average monthly full-time equivalents 30 24 34 26 30
    Outcome Indicators
    Amount of homeland security grant dollars disbursed to units of local government, other state agencies, and non-for-profit groups (in millions) $ 80.0 $ 79.2 $ 107.1 $ 72.8 $ 61.3

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