Note: This blog post was originally published in 2018 and updated on February 7, 2020.
The characters in our User Story Blog Series may not have super-powers, but – thanks to the ways they use the Grants.gov system – they are able to save time and increase their efficiency.
Here, we collect all of the user story posts we have published in the series.
Take a few minutes to browse the story summaries below and read or bookmark the posts that are relevant to your own user experience.
Each post contains tips for making your user experience more convenient, whether you are an applicant or a grantor.
- Susan: A University Employee Gets a Crash Course in Federal Grants Management
- Susan: A University Employee Sets Up Grant Opportunity Notifications
- Susan: A University Employee Sets up a Grants.gov Workspace and Adds Applicant Team Members
- April: A State Government Applicant Reuses Previous Grant Application Forms to Save Time
- Leo: An Applicant With Limited Internet Connectivity Applies for a Federal Grant
- Oliver: A Subrecipient Fills Out Application Forms without a Grants.gov Account
- Multiple Applicants: Review Their Application Forms and Submit
- Multiple Applicants: Track their Application Submissions
- Trish: A Federal Program Manager Publishes a Grant Forecast and Funding Opportunity Announcement
- Trish: A Federal Program Manager Prepares for the Closing Date
- Trish: Retrieving Submissions & Assigning Agency Tracking Numbers
Would you like us to highlight scenarios that you face as a Grants.gov user? Please share them in the comment section below, and we will consider addressing select scenarios in future blog posts.