Editor’s Note: This blog post is part of an occasional series that highlights popular content from the Grants.gov Online User Guide.
If you work for, or consult with, multiple applicant organizations, you can create separate profiles for each organization – all under one account.
Each profile may be assigned different roles, depending on the nature of your work at each organization. And all profiles are accessible under a single Grants.gov account, eliminating the need to maintain separate system accounts.
Continue reading Online Help: Adding a New Profile to a Grants.gov Applicant Account
Federal grant applicants who work as a team sometimes need to collaborate with people who are not part of their organization.
It’s easy to add these external collaborators to a workspace as long as they have a Grants.gov account. You will just need their username.
Continue reading Become a Workspace Wizard: How to Add Outside Collaborators
Applicant teams sometimes bring on outside contributors and consultants to assist with their federal grant application. Until recently, these outside users needed to create a Grants.gov account for every applicant organization they assist – meaning that some users had to juggle dozens of separate accounts.
However, in June, Grants.gov eliminated this burden. Now, a single user account can be associated with workspaces across multiple organizations.
Watch this video to learn more about the arrival of this much-requested feature:
Continue reading New Applicant Feature: How to Add Outside Users to a Workspace