Upcoming system enhancements due on March 18 are focused on bringing more convenience to the Grants.gov applicant experience.
We have already highlighted changes to how grant forecasts will be displayed, making them easier to identify. There are also a handful of other updates coming with Release 17.0, including the use of a mobile number when resetting a forgotten password and the ability to view the system privileges associated with an account profile.
Continue reading Grants.gov’s Next Release Is Just Around the Corner – Here’s What To Expect
In the coming weeks, in this space and on Twitter, we will be highlighting upcoming updates to Grants.gov and the Grants.gov Mobile App (iOS | Android).
Many of the upcoming enhancements – scheduled to arrive on March 18 – are being developed, in part, because of user feedback.
Continue reading We’re Listening: Updates Coming Soon to Opportunity Forecast Listings on Grants.gov
If you’ve spent any time on Grants.gov, you have likely been prompted on the homepage to provide user feedback.
We know surveys like these take time to complete, but we appreciate when our users participate. This feedback helps us to continue bringing new features and other improvements to the Grants.gov system.
Since Workspace launched way back in 2015, our surveys have been asking users to name their favorite – or most helpful – Workspace features.
Continue reading User Feedback: The Most Popular Features in a Grants.gov Workspace
If you are a subscriber to this blog, you receive an email every time we publish a post. But are you also receiving the monthly Grants.gov Community Newsletter?
Continue reading Are You Getting the Monthly Grants.gov Community Newsletter?
The Grants.gov app launched in April 2018 to give you access to Grants.gov search and notification tools while on the go. With thousands of downloads and thoughtful feedback from our users, Grants.gov has released an update with more of the features you asked for.
First of all, thank you to everyone who has rated the app and provided feedback on both Google Play and Apple’s App Store. Your feedback has driven the Grants.gov team to make the following improvements:
Continue reading Updates to the Mobile App: Calendar, Public Search, Tracking & Social Media
Anyone who is new to federal grants may feel overwhelmed by the complex forms and the prospect of managing and reporting on the use of federal award funds. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a place to ask questions and have them answered by more seasoned federal grants pros?
Good news: There is – in the Grants.gov Community Discussion Forum. In June, Grants.gov added the discussion forum (login required) so that applicants, grantors and others with a Grants.gov account have a place to gather online, ask questions, and share resources.
Continue reading Help Your Community Learn & Grow: Participate in the Grants.gov Discussion Forum
In October, Grants.gov will bring a set of enhancements and updates to improve the user experience with Release 16.3. Here are a few highlights:
Grants.gov will enhance security in the password reset process with an email authentication step.
Continue reading Release 16.3 Preview: Related Opportunities, Password Reset & More
With the new Grants.gov mobile app (on Google Play and Apple’s App Store), it is easier than ever to quickly search for, subscribe to, and share federal funding opportunities on the go.
Got a couple of minutes before your next meeting? Waiting in line for coffee?
Open the Grants.gov app & run a quick search for grants on the topic of your choice. You can even segment your search by funding provider.
Continue reading Search, Subscribe, and Share from the Grants.gov App
The latest Grants.gov release simplified the process for creating a workspace and also introduced a mobile app to boot. But that’s not all!
Registered Grants.gov users can now contribute to and collaborate in the discussion forum. Just login to Grants.gov, then click the Discussion Forum link under the Connect tab.
Here’s what you will find in the forum:
Continue reading Grants.gov Has a New Resource for Applicants and Grantors – Discuss!
Now you can easily search for federal grant opportunities on your mobile device and setup different notifications—for new grants that meet your saved search criteria or changes to grants you are interested in. The official Grants.gov Mobile App is available for download today from Apple’s App Store or from Google Play.
Continue reading Download the Grants.gov Mobile App