|November 2008|| |
TIP OF THE MONTH FOR NOVEMBER:
Register early to apply for grants. Check out this new animated registration tutorial which walks you step-by-step through the entire registration process!
Registering to apply for grants takes 3 – 5 business days if all steps are met in a timely manner. The process may take longer, due to the planning involved amongst members of your organization.
|October 2008|| |
TIP OF THE MONTH FOR OCTOBER:
Subscribe to the new Grants.gov RSS feed to receive information on new grant opportunity listings and modifications.
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. It's an easy way to keep up with news and information that's important to you, and helps you avoid browsing or searching for information on grant opportunities. Now the content you want can be delivered directly to you without filling your inbox with e-mail messages. Click here for more information on the Grants.gov RSS feed.
|September 2008|| |
TIP OF THE MONTH FOR SEPTEMBER:
Finding useful information on the website has become easier than ever; check out the new search feature to find helpful FAQs, User Guides and other site information. To begin your search go to the "For Applicants" tab on the upper left hand side of the website and select "
Search FAQs, User Guides and Site Information".
|August 2008|| |
TIP OF THE MONTH FOR AUGUST:
Remember to update your Grants.gov account information. If your contact information changes and it is not updated in our system, you will not receive valuable information and updates. Login to your account and check your information here: applicant_profile.jsp
|June 2008|| |
TIP OF THE MONTH FOR JUNE:
Register NOW! Registration can be a time consuming process if you don’t have a DUNS number or if you have not previously registered with CCR. You must complete registration with Grants.gov to apply for a grant. Registration could ultimately delay your application process.