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.
We have launched Release 15.4 for Grants.gov, which brings a few improvements to the website.
#1 Updated Homepage
Based on user feedback and usage analytics, we have redesigned the Grants.gov homepage to highlight the information you are already searching for and using.
If there is something you cannot find, please let us know in the comments below or on Twitter @grantsdotgov and we’ll help you find it.
#2 Streamlined Future Account Management
New enhancements to Grants.gov are just around the corner. How will they improve the applicant experience?
The Release Notes for 15.4 provide an in-depth explanation of each enhancement. The two biggest changes relating to applicants are the arrival of online forms and the option to use a single username and password to access multiple profiles.
If you don’t have time to read the release notes, take 75 seconds to watching the following two videos explaining these major enhancements:
The upcoming Grants.gov update, Release 15.4, will introduce streamlined account management – something that’s sure to be welcomed by users currently managing accounts in multiple organizations.
Starting in February with Release 15.4, such users will only need one login to access all of their Grants.gov accounts.
Here’s how the merging process will look for Judy, an imaginary user with multiple organization accounts: