Video: How Grants.gov Workspace Optimizes the Application Experience for Teams

For many organizations, completing a federal grant application takes a team effort. Grants.gov knows this and added its Workspace feature, in part, to optimize the user experience for applicants working as a team.

Since its launch in October 2015, the feature has been gaining traction within the federal grant community.

NCURA Magazine, which is published by the National Council of University Research Administrators, ran a feature on Workspace in its May/June 2016 issue.

In mid-June, the Management Concepts Perspectives blog also highlighted Workspace, noting that it is designed “to promote the ease of team collaboration.”

This new video from Grants.gov explains how Workspace makes applying as a team easier – and faster. Please share this video with your colleagues over email or social media and give Workspace a try the next time you apply.

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6 thoughts on “Video: How Grants.gov Workspace Optimizes the Application Experience for Teams

  1. I would like to see about getting a grant to be able to move from where I live at right now because the land lord don’t want to fix anything up at all my Father lives with me and je is 85years old

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    1. you may search HUD.gov for affordable housing in your community. Depending on your age you may both qualify for senior housing which is often income based.
      good luck!

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  2. Applying for a Pell Grant is really this simple, and in the end we don’t have to worry about filling out numerous Pell Grant applications, or be put through any sort of run-around processes.

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  3. Hello
    Welcome
    American Native Indians are currently using white and gold light energy beings to remover cancer, tumors, aids, bubonic plagues even Ebola cells..grants from your staffs are not needed bye

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