FEMA’s first priority for competitive funding after meeting the State/territory allocations and tribal set-aside is opportunities for Advance Assistance for all Applicants not to exceed $200,000 each. In addition, there will be a competitive initiative for Resilient Infrastructure projects. These projects have a larger Federal cost share and are community based. The balance of PDM funds will be distributed on a competitive basis with priority given to multi-State/tribal mitigation initiatives and eligible Applicants that have less disaster funding available through the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) than the PDM funding limits for planning and projects (see the Program Funding Restrictions subsection under Section D of this NOFO) to complement the HMGP funds available to States, territories, and tribes following disasters. In addition, FEMA will prioritize competitive projects for funding by hazard and activity type to minimize duplication with the Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) grant program with a priority of non-flood hazard (e.g., wildfire, drought, seismic, wind) mitigation project activities over flood mitigation projects.