The 2021 Request For Proposals (RFP) Is Now Available!

GOHS has been granted federal funds from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to promote the development and implementation of innovative programs to address highway safety problems related to motorcycle safety, occupant protection, impaired driving, traffic records/data, minority issues, and pedestrian/bicycle safety. Proposed programs must be data driven and based on proven countermeasures. The deadline for FY2021 new grant applications to be submitted in our online Grant Management System is 11:59 p.m. on Friday, February 21, 2020.


Grant Application Training is MANDATORY for all potential grantees and will be conducted on Jan. 7, 2020 in Warner Robins, GA and on Jan. 9, 2020 in Acworth, GA. Potential applicants need only send a representative to ONE of the training sessions. The training will address program parameters, eligibility criteria, and eGOHS Plus online submission procedures.  Each attendee must register online no later than Monday, January 6, 2020. Please read the entire RFP before attending application training. Click HERE to register for a training session.


  1. 2017 NHTSA Countermeasures That Work
  2. FARS Data
  3. NHTSA Traffic Safety Facts
  4. GOHS Data (2018 traffic fatality data and County Fact Sheets)
  5. 2018 NHTSA Seatbelt Report (October 2019 Traffic Safety Facts)
  6. CDC Child Passenger Safety
  7. CDC Motor Vehicle Safety
  8. NHTSA Children Traffic Safety Fact Sheet
  9. GA OASIS (different criteria than FARS)
  10. American Fact Finder (census/demographic data)
  11. The Community Guide to Best Practices (traffic safety)
  12. The Cochrane Review (traffic safety)
  13. GEEARS (demographic data)
  14. GHSA Publications
  15. GHSA Occupant Protection Best Practices Publication
  16. NHTSA Guide for Advancing Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety
  17. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
  18. County Health Rankings

For questions about the GOHS grantee application process, contact Candice Hamilton-Lawless at or 404-656-6996. Only those who attended one of two available GOHS Grant Application Training Workshops are eligible to apply for a new, FY2021 grant.

For more information on the grant application process, visit