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National Grant Partnership. October 20, 2009. Activity Update. FY 09 – 64,409 ARRA Applications – 21% of Total. Activity Update. Contact Center 24/7 as of October 19 Adobe Reader versions released Version 8.1.7 and 9.2 Grants.gov compatible versions 8.1.1 – 8.1.7 9.0 – 9.2.

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Activity Update

FY 09 – 64,409 ARRA Applications – 21% of Total


Activity Update

  • Contact Center 24/7 as of October 19

  • Adobe Reader versions released

    • Version 8.1.7 and 9.2

    • Grants.gov compatible versions

      • 8.1.1 – 8.1.7

      • 9.0 – 9.2


Activity Update

  • March 3, 2009 completed transition to Adobe

  • April 27 highest applications received; 8,392

  • Accomplished 6 system builds

    • Implemented 67 system enhancements

    • Incorporated the registration process into Grants.gov

  • System validating applications in less than 3 minutes

    • Service Level is 48 hours

  • Conducted 72 interactive sessions reaching 6,930 community stakeholders

  • Began Technical Augmentation Design (Boost)

  • Conducted self assessment for security


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GAO Audit RecommendationsGrants.gov Corrective Actions Approach

  • Performance measures related to system availability

    • Short term - Utilize new monitoring tools; Foglight, Oracle AD4J, EM7

    • Mid/Long term – Develop technical and business performance measures for inclusion in Request for Proposal for replacement contract

  • Budget and funding model – Roles and Responsibilities

    • Short term – Grants.gov PMO working with HHS Chief Information Office to ensure full adherence to the HHS Capital Planning and Investment Control Process

    • Grants.gov PMO will develop and as approved by GEB execute an annual budget

    • Mid-Term – HHS will propose roles and responsibilities for the GEB, GPC and GMLOB

      • Conferring with each group as well as engaging in the ongoing governance analysis process


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GAO Audit RecommendationsGrants.gov Corrective Actions Approach

3. Identify and implement a Grants.gov “applicant user group” or other systematic approach for obtaining grantees’ input

  • Short term – Grants.gov reviewing current processes and will comply with Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA)

  • Mid/Long term – Execute stakeholder involvement strategy and leverage input in the design requirements of the next generation of Grants.gov

    4. OMB should work with HHS and stakeholders on government-wide policies for processing grant applications

  • Short term – HHS and GEB will lead the process to develop a packet of streamlined forms and policies to present to GPC Pre-award work group

  • HHS and GEB revisit and streamline registration process

  • Mid/Long Term – Grants.gov adopts standards from GPC/GEB direction for next generation of Grants.gov


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GAO Audit RecommendationsGrants.gov Corrective Actions Approach

5. OMB should ensure that grantees have a structured, ongoing means to provide input on the development and implementation of government-wide grant application policies and procedures

  • Short term – Grants.gov continue with all outreach activities

    • Per item #3 Grants.gov to develop interim and longer-term stakeholder involvement strategy

  • Long term – Comply with FACA requirements


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Grants.gov “Next Generation”

  • Conduct requirements analysis on the find and apply process

  • Requirements document will be included in Business Case Analysis to identify future system requirements

  • Develop Request for Proposal


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