Registration Questions? Email Your Agency's Point of Contact

Your Agency Point of Contact (POC) is your colleague who has agreed to act as a liaison between your agency and Grants.gov.

If you have a question about your agency's participation with Grants.gov, or if you need to establish your username/password and agency code for registration, please email your agency's POC, listed below.

Agency Name Email
AmeriCorps Mariam Alao [email protected]
Department of Commerce Greg Coss [email protected]
Department of Defense Jason Day

[email protected]

Department of Education Holly Clark [email protected]
Department of Energy Terry Diehl [email protected]
Department of Health and Human Services Sagal Musa [email protected]
Department of Homeland Security Heidi Custer [email protected]
Department of Housing and Urban Development Dorthera Yorkshire [email protected]
Department of the Interior Anita Hairston [email protected]
Department of Justice Maria Swineford [email protected]
Department of Labor Kia Mason [email protected]
Department of State Andrew Reisig [email protected]
Department of Transportation Scott Magat [email protected]
Department of Treasury Bill Beard [email protected]
Department of Veteran Affairs Kevin Cone [email protected]
Environmental Protection Agency Kevin Wilson [email protected]
Institute of Museum and Library Services Sandra Narva [email protected]
National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jamiel Charlton [email protected]
National Archives and Records Administration Jeff de la Concepcion [email protected]
National Endowment for the Arts Daniel Beattie [email protected]
National Endowment for the Humanities Beth Stewart [email protected]
National Science Foundation David Saunders [email protected]
Small Business Administration Dana White [email protected]
Social Security Administration Tonya Saunders [email protected]
US Agency for International Development (USAID) Kariann Miller [email protected]
US Department of Agriculture (USDA) James McStay [email protected]

 

Grants.gov Online User Guide

Find registration, login, and search instructions for all users in the Grants.gov Online User Guide.

 

For detailed grantor information, review the Grantors section of the online user guide.

 

Need Further Assistance?

Please contact your Grants.gov Program Advisor. These Program Advisors are assigned to specific federal agencies and are available to help answer your questions about getting started on Grants.gov.