Applying for a federal grant can feel daunting – even for a seasoned veteran. The average federal grant application involves a multitude of decisions, from filling in form fields to communicating with collaborators.
The following graphic and its accompanying video break this complicated endeavor into four high-level phases.
Continue reading Infographic and Video of the Application Workflow for Organizations
Grants.gov’s Workspace, which just marked its second birthday, has seen remarkable user growth, especially over the last year. More than 15,000 organizations are now applying for federal grants with Workspace.
Before Workspace existed, the federal grant application process involved submitting a single package of PDF forms that had to be shared among collaborators.
Grants.gov’s Workspace adds a range of modern, time-saving features that bring flexibility and convenience to the core task of completing application forms.
Need some help getting started with Workspace? Watch a recording of our October 18th webinar on “Becoming a Workspace Wizard.”
With Release 15.4, Workspace users now have the option of filling out online forms, rather than PDF forms. This new functionality works with the existing Workspace workflow.
The following infographic illustrates how a team of applicants can take advantage of Grants.gov Workspace when applying for their next federal grant. A clickable version of this infographic is available on Grants.gov.
Continue reading Infographic: Illustrating the Standard Grants.gov Workspace Workflow
The forms in your federal grant application take quite a journey before getting to your computer.
Every form requires input and coordination from four key stakeholders: the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), the federal agency that posted the grant, the Federal Register, and Grants.gov.
Continue reading Infographic: How Federal Grant Application Forms Are Developed