Grants.gov Workspace allows applicant teams to easily collaborate on federal funding opportunity applications and get their submissions across the finish line.
Since many applicant teams find themselves working remotely these days, we want to highlight Workspace features that, along with the Grants.gov Mobile App, can assist applicant teams and help to streamline collaboration.
Continue reading Taking Advantage of Grants.gov’s Team-Focused Workspace Features
When you apply for a federal grant on Grants.gov, help is always just a click away – no matter what screen you are on you can click a blue help icon which opens a new window with relevant articles. New applicants have several other help-related resources that they will want to bookmark for quick and easy access.
Continue reading 5 Essential Grants.gov Resources for New Federal Grant Applicants
Editor’s Note: This blog post was first published in 2019 and updated on April 9, 2020.
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
This post is part of our “What Is…?” explainer series, which also covers topics like block grants and budget narratives.
The Unique Entity Identifier, or the UEI, is the official name of the “new, non-proprietary identifier” that will replace the D-U-N-S® number, according to the General Services Administration (GSA). The UEI will be requested in, and assigned by, the System for Award Management (SAM.gov).
How will the UEI be used by Federal Grant applicants?
Continue reading What is the Unique Entity Identifier (UEI)?
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.
Continue reading User Story Collection: How the Federal Grants Community Uses Grants.gov
When you apply for a federal grant within Grants.gov, help is always just a click away – no matter what screen you are on. Clicking on a blue help icon opens a new window with a relevant help article.
It’s also easy to navigate to other related help articles via the table of contents or the keyword search field.
Below, we have collected some of the most-read help articles relating to key applicant tasks, like assigning roles, adding an account profile, and managing an application.
If you work for or consult with multiple organizations, you may log in to your single Grants.gov account to access multiple profiles. Each profile may have different roles based on which roles have been assigned to you by the organization. Additionally, users can maintain an individual applicant profile. Learn more >
Continue reading 8 Essential Help Articles for Applicants Using Grants.gov Workspace
Grants.gov recently received a 2019 FedHealthIT Innovation award for the improvements it has made to the federal grant application process with Workspace.
Health industry news organization FedHealthIT (FedHealthInnovation & Technology) brought together a panel of judges from across the sector who made their award decisions “with a primary focus on innovation and results achieved.”
Continue reading Grants.gov Workspace Wins Award for Innovative, Collaborative Enhancements
Grants.gov is transforming into a system that will make registering, finding, and applying for grants a simpler and more human-centric experience, but we need your help!
During the month of June, our team will engage users for feedback on the transformation. If you are interested in having a hand in the external evaluation of our evolving system, please register for one of our in-person or virtual focus groups.
By making your voice heard today, you will help shape tomorrow’s Grants.gov! Once you sign up, you’ll receive further updates on this exciting experience.
Please feel free to contact us with questions at UAT@grants.gov.
If you’ve spent any time on Grants.gov, you have likely been prompted on the homepage to provide user feedback.
We know surveys like these take time to complete, but we appreciate when our users participate. This feedback helps us to continue bringing new features and other improvements to the Grants.gov system.
Since Workspace launched way back in 2015, our surveys have been asking users to name their favorite – or most helpful – Workspace features.
Continue reading User Feedback: The Most Popular Features in a Grants.gov Workspace
Sometimes the standard Grants.gov user roles – Expanded AOR, Standard AOR, and Workspace Manager – can be insufficiently rigid for applicant organizations.
Thus, an organization may want to create custom roles that can be assigned in place of the standard Grants.gov roles.
Continue reading Workspace Tips & Tricks: How to Create a Custom Role in Grants.gov