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FEMA specialists at a Disaster Recovery Center helping Hurricane Ian survivors

CAPE CORAL, Fla. – Hurricane Ian survivors receive one-on-one help from FEMA specialists at a Disaster Recovery Center. (FEMA photo by Jocelyn Augustino)

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Deleting Amendment Requests

Once you accept an award package, you can make changes to it by submitting amendment requests. An amendment pending submission can be deleted or withdrawn. Once an amendment is submitted or approved, it cannot be deleted. To make additional changes to the award, you must submit a new amendment requesting the changes.

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Updating Organization Contacts

An organization serves as a recipient’s profile within ND Grants, which allows recipients to create and manage their awards and applications. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) requests that all applicants provide their organization’s contact information.

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FEMA specialists help Hurricane Ian survivors apply for assistance

SANFORD, Fla. – FEMA specialists help Hurricane Ian survivors apply for assistance at the Midway Safe Harbor Center. (FEMA photo by Bob Kaufmann)

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Creating An Organization

An organization serves as a recipient’s profile within ND Grants which allows recipients to create and manage their awards and applications. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) requests that all applicants provide their organization’s contact information.

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Updating Performance Progress Reports

As a part of the grant award, performance reporting is required. Once you accept an Award Package, you can submit PPRs through ND Grants. Using the progress report link, you can upload report documents, add comments, and submit it for FEMA review.

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Applying Through Grants.gov Workspace

To apply for a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) preparedness or mitigation grant, you must begin the application process through Grants.gov. Once the initial application for Federal Assistance (SF-424) is complete in Grants.gov, the application will be automatically migrated for initial review in ND Grants. Once the initial review is complete, the application will be released to be completed in ND Grants.

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Disaster Survivor Assistance team members speak with local residents

FORT MYERS, Fla. – Disaster Survivor Assistance team members speak with local residents in neighborhoods impacted by Hurricane Ian and provide information about how to apply for federal assistance following Hurricane Ian. (FEMA photo by Jocelyn Augustino)

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ND Grants User Roles

An organization serves as a recipient’s profile within ND Grants, which allows recipients to create and manage their awards and applications. Once assigned an organizational role, users can manage their applications and grants. An Organization Administrator can assign and manage the roles within the organization.

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