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The Grants Management Modernization Program

The Grants Management Modernization (GMM) Program, is a FEMA-wide initiative that began in 2015 to modernize and consolidate existing FEMA grants management systems and business processes into one single IT Platform and one common grants management life cycle to better support the agency’s mission.

The new IT Platform (also known as FEMA Grants Outcomes, or FEMA GO) is targeted towards the entire grants community of users, which include FEMA personnel and grant recipients/sub-recipients across States, Local Governments, Tribal and Territorial partners.

GMM’s development approach uses Agile methodology, a type of project management process where software demands and solutions evolve through the collaborative effort between development teams and FEMA grant recipients.

For more information regarding the program, please review our GMM Frequently Asked Questions.

The Grants Management Life Cycle consists of program management and business intelligence. There are five phases in the life cycle, including pre-award, award, post-award, closeout, and post-closeout.
The Grants Management Life Cycle consists of program management and business intelligence. There are five phases in the life cycle, including pre-award, award, post-award, closeout, and post-closeout. Download Original

What is FEMA GO?

To learn more about FEMA GO, please review our FEMA GO One Pager.

Training Resources

Visit our Training Resources page to access training tools for the FEMA GO IT Platform.

Contact Us

FEMA will continue to engage stakeholders on updates and changes to the grant process. For questions about this effort, email grants.modernization.project@fema.dhs.gov

 

Last Updated: 
07/18/2019 - 11:24