Login changes to Grants.gov

Do you use Grants.gov? If so, changes going into effect Feb. 21, 2022, may apply to you:

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Beginning February 21, 2022, all non-federal Grants.gov users will be required to use Login.gov credentials to sign in to Grants.gov.

Login.gov allows users to access multiple government websites, including Grants.gov, with a single username and password. This change to the Grants.gov sign-in process improves user security and complies with Executive Order 14028, Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity.

If you have not already linked your Grants.gov account with Login.gov, you can do so today following a three-step process:

  1. Click the Login.gov button on the Grants.gov login screen.
  2. Complete the login process on Login.gov using your Login.gov username (an email address) and password or create an account.
  3. You will then be directed back to Grants.gov to log in with your Grants.gov username and password. This will complete the account linking process.

Grants.gov will remove the username/password login option as of February 21. Prepare for this new login process and link your Grants.gov account to Login.gov today.

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