As of February 21, 2022, users must sign in to Grants.gov with Login.gov credentials. With the recent changes to the Grants.gov login process, many users may have questions about creating and linking a Grants.gov account with Login.gov. This blog post aims to address the new steps required to create a Grants.gov account and link it with a Login.gov account.
Note: This blog post was originally published October 8th, 2020 and updated on March 8th, 2022
As of February 21st, 2022, users must sign in to Grants.gov with Login.gov credentials. Link your Login.gov account now.
Grants.gov is always looking for ways to improve our users’ experience. In 2020, we added an option for users who would like to sign in to Grants.gov with their Login.gov username and password.
To improve user security, as well as comply with Executive Order 14028, Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity1, non-federal users will be required to sign in to Grants.gov with Login.gov credentials by February 21st, 2022. EBiz POCs will not be affected. Grants.gov will still support PIV or AMS authentication methods for federal users.
Login.gov is used by over 60 applications at 17 federal agencies and allows users to access multiple government websites, including Grants.gov, with a single username and password.Continue reading Sign in to Grants.gov with Your Login.gov Credentials [Updated]