Federal grant applicants who work as a team sometimes need to collaborate with people who are not part of their organization.
It’s easy to add these external collaborators to a workspace as long as they have a Grants.gov account. You will just need their username.
Continue reading Become a Workspace Wizard: How to Add Outside Collaborators
One of Grants.gov’s most recent enhancements gives the Workspace Owner, AORs with MPIN access, and the E-Business Point of Contact (EBiz POC) the ability to restrict access to budget forms.
These forms often contain confidential information, such as salary data. With Release 16.0, participants in a workspace can be prevented from viewing budget forms.
Learn how to do this as a Workspace Owner or as an AOR with MPIN access, and you will be one step closer to becoming your organization’s in-house Workspace Wizard (funny-looking hat not required).
Continue reading Become a Workspace Wizard: Learn How to Restrict Access to Budget Forms
Since the release of Workspace in 2015, Grants.gov has been hard at work integrating new features for applicants submitting federal grant applications.
To help you master the most important of these enhancements, we have developed a series of lessons that will turn you into a Workspace Wizard faster than you can say, “hocus-pocus, grant me focus.”
So, are you ready to learn the ways of the Workspace Wizard? Lesson 1 is especially aimed at teams of applicants who collaborate on a single federal grant application.
In Workspace, applicants have a choice as to which type of form they want to complete – either PDF forms or online webforms.
Continue reading Become a Workspace Wizard – Lesson 1: Collaborate Using Webforms