103-159 (the Brady Act) to authorize appropriations for NCHIP
BJS awarded states $241 million in NCHIP
grant funding from fiscal years 2000 through 2007 under the NCHIP
program, monitored the states' use of these funds through site visits, and have identified case disposition reporting by the courts and updating older technology data systems as continuing priorities.
A list of projects undertaken by states with previous NCHIP
awards is contained on the OJP Web site at http://www.
helps states automate and upgrade records that link to FBI-administrated record systems -- which supports instant background checks on those attempting to buy firearms.
The act directs that the grants provided under this authorization be made "in a manner consistent" with NCHIP.
110-180 also provides that on January 8, 2011, any state that provides at least 90% of disqualifying records is eligible for a waiver of the 10% match requirement under NCHIP for two years.
Appropriations, FY 1995 though FY2012 (dollars in millions) Fiscal Year Appropriation FYl995 l00.