According to the IA/IP FY2006 budget request, 800 BZPP's had been implemented by the end of the calender year 2004.
(48) According to the testimony, DHS intended to visit each of these sites to assess their vulnerabilities to various forms of attack and to meet with local law enforcement officials to assist them in developing Buffer Zone Protection Plans (BZPPs).
However, according to DHS's Performance Budget Overview for FY2007, it does not appear that nearly so many vulnerability assessments and BZPPs have been, or will be, completed and implemented by the end of FY2007.
ports, rail, trucking, mass transit, and intercity bus.), and the grants for Buffer Zone Protection Program (BZPP).
For FY2007, the Administration requested $633 million for the formula-based State Homeland Security grants and $1.4 billion for the discretionary grants ($838 million for the High-threat High-density Urban Area grants and $600 million for the mode-specific programs and BZPP).
The Administration once again requested that the individual discretionary grants for specific transportation modes, ports and the BZPP, be aggregated into a single Targeted Infrastructure Protection grant program, with the allocation based on the Department's calculation of risk and need.