My Grant At A Glance
Use this tool to view information about your grant. See below for forms and instructions.
To Administer Your Award
Select the award documents you need:
General Terms & Conditions - includes your requirements and responsibilities as a grantee, guidance on requesting changes, and additional financial management help.
Instructions (pdf): FY 11 | FY 12 and later
Frequently Asked Questions and Tips - answers to common questions regarding NEA awards, including what happens after an application has been recommended, payment, amendments, etc.
Complete document: PDF
FINAL REPORTS for Our Town
Our Town Final Descriptive Report - Livability
[For FY11 Our Town grantees, grant numbers 11-4292-7xxx, you must use this form even though the header on the form reads "FY12 & Later"]
Federal Financial Report
Product Requirement: Check the Blue Reporting Requirement document included in the award package for specific details.
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prefer, you may call us at 202/682-5403.
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News and Updates
1. CCR is now SAM.gov! SAM.gov, or the System for Award Management, is the new federal web site to use to update your entity records, a task that you formerly did at CCR. SAM.gov will eventually combine 8 federal data systems into one central location. CCR was part of the first migration phase in July 2012. Go to www.sam.gov for more information, frequently asked questions, and SAM User Guides. (10/12)
2. Overview of Grants.gov/SAM/DUNS. The Federal government is increasingly relying on data from SAM.gov (formerly CCR) and DUNS to validate information related to grant recipients. As you know, an active registration in SAM.gov is required to submit an application, as well as receive an award and obtain funds. This brief overview will explain how each system works and what you need to do to register/maintain your various accounts. (10/12)
3. Non-profit organizations – did you know the IRS recently revoked 501(c)(3) status for more than 275,000 organizations? Check your federal tax status at IRS Exempt Organizations Select Check. The NEA may only make awards to non-profits that have current 501(c)(3) status and no delinquent debt. Not on the list? Contact the IRS. (4/12)
4. Payment Request Instruction Video: Unsure of how to complete your request for payment? Check out our new tutorial, which will walk you through the process of preparing, submitting, and tracking your payment request. (5/12)