Video: Grants.gov’s New Registration Process

When applicants registered with Grants.gov prior to Release 16.1, they were required to enter a DUNS Number as part of the registration process.

Today, this is no longer the case. Applicants can opt to register a Grants.gov account without a DUNS number.

Those who want to affiliate one or more organization DUNS Numbers to their account can do so by adding a unique profile for each DUNS.

Here are the key actions that each type of registered applicant can take:

Type of Registered Applicant User
Available Actions for Registered Applicant User Types
Applicant Account with no DUNS profile
  • Create saved searches
  • Manage email subscriptions and notifications
  • Can be added to any workspace by a Workspace Owner
  • Can complete forms as a Workspace Participant
Applicant Account with one or more DUNS profiles
  • Create saved searches
  • Manage email subscriptions and notifications
  • Can be added to any workspace by a Workspace Owner
  • Can complete forms as a Workspace Participant
  • Can create a workspace and serve as a Workspace Owner for an affiliated organization if given the Manage Workspace role
  • Can submit a workspace application for an affiliated organization if given the AOR role

We explain the new registration process in the following video:

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