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The E-Business Point of Contact (POC) performs the final step in the Grants.gov registration process, actually authorizing someone to submit a grant application on behalf of their organization. This safeguards an organization from individuals who may attempt to submit grant application packages without permission.

This section of the site is designed to provide the designated E-Business POC with the capability of designating, or revoking, the privileges of the Authorized Organization Representative (AOR). The AOR is the organization's authorized submitter of a Federal grant application.

 

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