The “Congressional District of Applicant” field is just one tiny rectangle on the SF-424 form, but if you get it wrong, it can create complications for your application downstream.
In this field, the grant-making agency expects a code that begins with your state’s two-letter abbreviation and ends with a three-digit district number. A hyphen separates the two parts, like this, “VA-001” [State of Virginia – 1st Congressional District].
Continue reading How to Find Your Congressional District for the SF-424 Form
It’s easy to see the Notice of Award, the official, legally binding issuance of a grant, as the beginning of something – for instance, a program, study, or project that will benefit the greater public.
In fact, before the awarding of a grant, an incredible amount of time and effort has gone into shaping it.
Between the halls of Congress and the hands of award recipients, there is a complex web of laws, regulations, policies, and guidance.
Continue reading Federal Grant Policy Update: Grants Oversight and New Efficiency (GONE) Act