Links – primary registrant database for the U.S. Federal Government that collects, validates, stores and disseminates data in support of agency acquisition missions – database of all federal programs available to state and local governments; federally recognized Indian tribal governments; territories of the United States; domestic public, quasi-public, and private profit and nonprofit organizations and institutions; specialized groups; and individuals

G5 – Department of Education’s grants management system designed enhance and increase program performance monitoring; improve communications with system users; fast-track grant award processing; link dollars to results; and promote technical and financial stewardship – partnership of federal agencies with a shared vision of providing improved, personalized access to government assistance programs – gateway to government loan information – home of the Grants Policy Committee – central portal for the public to find and apply for grants – a comprehensive grants management system provided by the Grants Center of Excellence (COE) that covers the full lifecycle of the grants management business which includes full life-cycle processing (pre-award through post-award) for all types of grants; funds control integration with financial systems, financial reports, audit tracking; flexible mechanisms for program-specific needs and performance reports; and standard system interfaces to and other external systems – central data collection portal for recipient data – collects data from federal contractors on subcontracts and grantees on grants they award – see the rates and amounts of improper payments for each agency, the targets each agency has set for reducing and recovering improper payments, and the names of the designated accountable official at each agency responsible for meeting those targets – vehicle for giving citizens the ability to monitor the progress of the economic recovery.  Recipient and agency data will be posted to this site – Led by the National Science Foundation (NSF), improves customer service for the research community by increasing access to information and services while streamlining and standardizing business processes amongst partner agencies – searchable website, accessible by the public for free that includes certain data for each Federal award as required by the Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act (FFATA) of 2006

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