This week on #Grantchat, grants.gov is joining us to share resources to succeed with grants.gov. One of my favorite resources is the Grants Learning Center. It is your gateway to the federal grants world. We love their growing communities on Blog.Grants.gov and, of course, Twitter (@grantsdotgov).
The Grants.gov program management office was established, in 2002, as a part of the President’s Management Agenda. Managed by the Department of Health and Human Services, Grants.gov is an E-Government initiative operating under the governance of the Office of Management and Budget.
Under the President’s Management Agenda, the office was chartered to deliver a system that provides a centralized location for grant seekers to find and apply for federal funding opportunities. Today, the Grants.gov system houses information on over 1,000 grant programs and vets grant applications for federal grant-making agencies.
Q1: What are some examples of how federal #grantswork in your community or region? #grantchat
Q2: A Tweet to your younger self—what do you wish you knew about federal grants back then? #grantchat
Q3: What #grantwriting basics and tips do you most frequently have to explain to others? #grantchat
Q4: What does your dream federal grant newsletter look like (assuming you had time to read one)? #grantchat
Q5: How are you keeping up with the changes that the #DATAAct is bringing to federal funding and grant terminology? #grantchat
Q6: Have you ever reviewed the “Grants Learning Center” on Grants.gov? Helpful or missing something? #grantchat
Q7: If Grantsgov had ______________ [fill in the blank], it would make my life so much easier. #grantchat
Q8: Have you used the online webforms we launched in February? What do you think? #grantchat
Q9: Will you shed any tears when the PDF package is retired on Dec 31? What (if any) concerns do you have with this change? #grantchat
Q10: What’s coming up for Grants.gov in the near future? #grantchat #notreallyachatquestion 🙂
Guests: Grants.gov @rantsdotgov