Grants.gov is the federal-wide site listing all grant opportunities available from the U.S. Federal Government. At UF, we use UFIRST SF424 to create and submit grant applications into Grants.gov.
In the event that the opportunity you want to apply to is not supported by UFIRST, use of the Grants.gov Workspace is required.
Regardless if the application is submitted via UFIRST SF424, Grants.gov adobe package or Grants.gov Workspace, the following is needed in UFIRST:
The traditional method of applying for grants to federal agencies by downloading a package of PDF forms and submitting via Grants.gov will be phased out in December 2017 and replaced with Workspace. Learn more about the change on the Grants.gov website.
Grants.gov Workspace is a shared online, environment where members of a grant team may simultaneously access and edit different forms within an application.
Grants.gov Workspace allows:
Attention: A workspace can be created only if all of the funding opportunity’s forms are compatible with Workspace. If there are any incompatible forms, the Create a Workspace option will not be available.
Register in Grants.gov
If you are not already registered in grants.gov with the Manage Workspace Role, please request an account in Grants.gov.
Additional users can be added to the application to edit data on forms within the workspace(s) by initiating Manage Workspace Role User. Additional users not already registered in Grants.gov need to register at the Grants.gov Registration webpage.
Once the registration form is completed and submitted in Grants.gov, DSP will receive an email for approval. Once approved by DSP, the registered user will receive an email confirmation.
Step 1: Create a Workspace Package
Step 2: Complete a Workspace Package
Step 3: Submit a Workspace Package
Step 4: Track a Workspace Package
Resolving Problems and Errors in Grants.Gov and Resources
If you have any questions on Grants.gov submissions, please contact DSP at email@example.com.