We have launched Release 15.4 for Grants.gov, which brings a few improvements to the website.
#1 Updated Homepage
Based on user feedback and usage analytics, we have redesigned the Grants.gov homepage to highlight the information you are already searching for and using.
If there is something you cannot find, please let us know in the comments below or on Twitter @grantsdotgov and we’ll help you find it.
#2 Streamlined Future Account Management
As part of our long-term user access management (UAM) improvement work, we are consolidating Grants.gov accounts and allowing you to manage your profiles. If you are wondering what that means, read the Release 15.4 Preview: Streamlined Account Management Comes to Grants.gov blog article or the online user guide for more detailed instructions.
#3 Apply with Online Forms in Workspace
Federal grant applicants can complete forms within their web browser on a desktop computer, laptop, or mobile device, such as a tablet. Interested? We have a lot of resources for your different learning preferences:
Online User Guide—Edit Online Forms
#4 Updated Grants Learning Center
The Grants Learning Center now better integrates our learning and community resources, so you can bookmark that page to find out all the latest on the blog, videos, and social media in addition to the detailed grants lifecycle information.
For more detailed information on Release 15.4, go to the Grants.gov Release Notes page.
Let us know what you think about our latest release and ways to support the federal grants search and application process. Comment Policy and Privacy Notice.