Top 5 Blog Posts Halfway through 2018

As 2018 continues to zip by, let’s take a look back at the top 5 most read posts published this year on the Grants.gov Community Blog.

#5 – Video: Can I Get a Federal Grant for My Small Business?

“The promise of “free money” to launch or grow a business is alluring. But, is there any truth to the idea?” – February 21, 2018

 

#4 – Demystifying Funding Opportunity Announcements on Grants.gov—Grant Writing Basics

“We have developed the following tips to help applicants (especially those new to the federal grant application process) demystify the FOA and position themselves for a solid submission” – April 2, 2018

 

#3 – Here’s a Sneak Peek at the Official Grants.gov Mobile App (Coming Soon)

“In late April, Grants.gov will release a mobile app that gives applicants convenient access to search and notification tools when they are away from their desk. The app will be available on both the Google Play and iTunes app stores.” – March 26, 2018

SPOILER – The Grants.gov app is out now! Download & rate it in Apple’s App Store & Google Play.

 

#2 – Gil Tran on What Is Coming Up for the OMB Uniform Guidance in 2018

“Immerse yourselves and get lost, only to discover the wonderful “nuggets” of regulations governing your federal award experience. While many of you may have a less enchanted, more pragmatic approach to grant administration, you nonetheless need to know the latest about the Uniform Guidance.” – March 6, 2018

OMB's Gil Tran, Senior Policy Advisor, presenting at the OGAPA Grants Management Conference

 

#1 – OMB Published Free Online Grants Management Training

“Do you want the grants training for federal grant managers? The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) initially developed the Grants 101 Training for federal government employees, but now these eLearning modules are available as a resource for you.” – February 1, 2018

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