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This section of the site is designed to provide Federal grant applicants with the ability to log on to Grants.gov to determine if they have registered successfully with Grants.gov, to check the status of their grant application submissions, and to manage their applicant profiles.

In the future, this section of the site will also allow a user to verify if they have been granted Authorized Organization Representative status, which is a person authorized to submit applications through Grants.gov on behalf of their organization.

To gain access to your applicant profile, enter the username and password that you obtained when Registering with the Credential Provider and then click on the "Login" button.

If you do not have a username and password, please refer to Get Started for information on how to register with the Credential Provider to obtain a username and password.

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