Official Mobile App

The official app offers the most convenient way for grant pros to manage their workflow when away from the desk – including searching for grants, creating and managing saved searches, submitting completed applications (requires Submit privileges), and much more.

Within the app, users may do the following*:


  • Search for federal grants by keyword, CFDA number, and agency
  • Browse grant forecasts and opportunities from federal agencies
  • Review eligibility requirements for each funding opportunity
  • Filter searches and sort results
  • Create, view and edit saved searches (login required)
  • Subscribe to specific funding opportunities and get notified about changes made by the grant-making agency (login required)
  • Add closing dates for packages to your phone’s calendar app
  • Quickly share an opportunity URL in a message or social media post


  • Sign and Submit completed applications within the app ( Submit privileges are required)
  • Access your application submission history (login required)


  • Enter a Tracking Number for a status update on your submission
  • Receive and manage push notifications from your account (login required)
  • Get quick access to’s Community Blog, Twitter and YouTube channels

*Note: A account is required to use some features within the mobile app

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