Accessing Grants

The table below outlines how you can get access to your grant files.

The outlines how you can get access to your grant files
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Your name is listed on the official Notice of Award but you have never used the GrantSolutions Grants Management Module You will receive two automated emails from the GrantSolutions Center of Excellence (COE) when your grant is awarded. One will contain your log in and the other a temporary password.

You should watch the training videos.

Your name is listed on the official Notice of Award and you have an existing account in the GrantSolutions Grants Management Module. For example, you might be using it for a grant with another agency You will not receive any official notification from the GrantSolutions Center of Excellence. Your CDC grants will automatically appear in your My Grants section within GMM.

You do not have to take any action.

Your name is not listed on the official Notice of Award but you would like access and you have never used GrantSolutions You need to fill out a new user access formExternal and follow the directions in the document.

You will receive two automated emails from the GrantSolutions Center of Excellence after your CDC grants management specialist approves the account.

This process primarily applies to people who want a Grantee Financial Official role or an additional PI/PD assigned to the grant.

You should watch the training videos.

Your name is not listed on the official CDC/ATSDR Notice of Award but you already have a GMM account, perhaps for another federal grant You need to send an email to GMM Help Desk with the grant number and the role you need to have. Here is a sample email: My name is << name>>. I work at << organization>>. I would like to be assigned to << grant number(s)>> as a << role>>. This email MUST include a concurrence from the grant’s AO or PI or the email can come from one of them on your behalf.

This process primarily applies to people who want a Grantee Financial Official role or an additional PI/PD assigned to the grant.

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Page last reviewed: May 5, 2017