One Place to Apply for Grants From All Federal Agencies

If you apply for grants from multiple federal agencies, you could easily find yourself using several different grant application systems. But with Grants.gov Workspace, in most cases, you don’t need to.

Grants.gov - One Place to Apply for Grants from All Federal Agencies

One of the great benefits of using Grants.gov and its Workspace application tool is that all federal agencies and 99 percent of all federal grant application packages are supported. This means…

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Top 6 Blog Articles from the Grants.gov Community Blog’s First 6 Months

We’re 6 months old as a community, so we wanted to let you know what others in the grants community are reading. From our 64 articles so far, here’s the 6 that have been read the most. Have you read all of them?

6. Video: How Grants.gov Workspace Optimizes the Application Experience for Teams

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What Is a Cooperative Agreement?

On Grants.gov, we obviously have government grants, but you will also find a lot of “cooperative agreements” while searching for funding opportunities. This is because cooperative agreements and grants are very similar, but with one big distinction.

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Both cooperative agreements and grants are “a legal instrument of financial assistance between a Federal awarding agency or pass-through entity and a non-Federal entity” as defined in the OMB Uniform Guidance (§200.24 for cooperative agreement and §200.51 for grant agreement).

Both cooperative agreements and grants “transfer anything of value from the Federal awarding agency or pass-through entity to the non-Federal entity to carry out a public purpose.”

So, What’s the One Big Distinction?

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