It is now much easier to save and manage your searches for grant opportunities, thanks to Grants.gov’s latest release.
Simply log in, search, and save.
After naming your saved search, you will receive email notifications when new grants meeting your search criteria are posted. You can also review your saved searches at any time and edit or delete the records.
The video below highlights Grants.gov’s new saved search features, starting at 01:30. Continue reading Video: Grants.gov’s New Saved Search Management Features
When applicants registered with Grants.gov prior to Release 16.1, they were required to enter a DUNS Number as part of the registration process.
Today, this is no longer the case. Applicants can opt to register a Grants.gov account without a DUNS number.
Continue reading Video: Grants.gov’s New Registration Process
And we’re back! Thank you for your patience. Release 16.1 is up and running, so here is what you need to know:
Connect [New] – Improved funding opportunity subscription management, email notifications, and social media access.
Outreach [Moved] – To accommodate the new neighbor, Outreach moved in with Support. The calendar, notices, releases, and other info previously in the Outreach tab can now be found in the Support tab.
Register [Upgraded] – Create an account to utilize the enhanced subscription services. Add a profile to apply for grants.
Continue reading Grants.gov Is Live–What You Need to Know
Beginning this Saturday, November 18, 2017, Grants.gov will add improvements to funding opportunity subscription management, Grants.gov account registration, and Workspace. The website will be back up on November 20th.
Release 16.1’s Workspace enhancements will, among other things, improve form copy functionality—this feature allows you to copy previous Workspace forms into another Workspace to save time on filling out those forms. Here are the specifics:
Continue reading Grants.gov Release This Weekend—See You Monday
In order to apply using Workspace and subscribe to funding opportunities, you need a Grants.gov account. Following the November 20th Release 16.1, it will be quicker for people to create an account with Grants.gov.
Continue reading Release 16.1 Preview of Simpler Account Registration
We heard your feedback, so Release 16.1 on November 20, 2017, will bring improvements to the funding opportunity and communications subscription process.
How? The new Connect tab will contain ways to subscribe to Grants.gov email updates and alerts. After logging in to your Grants.gov account, you can save custom search queries or subscribe to specific funding opportunity numbers.
Continue reading Release 16.1 Preview: Funding Opportunity Subscriptions in Connect Tab
With Release 16.1, Grants.gov will be adding an Opportunity Subscription Management feature that allows users to update their subscriptions to saved searches and funding opportunities. (Currently, once a subscription is created, there is no way to update it). This enhancement will be deployed on November 20, 2017.
Here are some of the features coming with the release:
Logged-in users will be able to subscribe to a funding opportunity – including forecast, synopsis and package – with a single click on the View Grant Opportunity page. Also, users can save searches from the Search Grants page.
Continue reading Release 16.1 Preview: Enhancements to Opportunity and Saved Search Subscriptions