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How to Manage Your Grant

We provide you information and tools to manage your grant or cooperative agreement successfully.

You manage the day-to-day operations of your award-supported activities, the project's performance, and the payment of award funds.

What You Must Do

  • Read and follow the terms and conditions laid out in your Notice of Award (NoA)
  • Comply with federal and Health and Human Services (HHS) award regulations, policies, and procedures
  • Register in the Payment Management System (PMS)
  • Complete regular draws of funds correlating to award payments
  • Submit quarterly payment reports
  • Submit progress and performance reports in the Electronic Handbooks (EHBs) on time

Who To Contact for Help

Project Officer
Locate contact information on the first page of your Notice of Award (NoA).

  • Explains program objectives
  • Monitors the performance of individual grant projects

Grants Management Specialist (GMS)
Locate contact information on the first page of your NoA.

  • Explains regulations, policies, and financial aspects of your award
  • Reviews and makes recommendations on continued federal support
  • Makes sure you comply with award requirements and cost policies
  • Oversees receipt of all required reports
  • Follows up on overdue reports, as necessary

Payment Management System (PMS) Account Representative
Find your PMS Account Representative – Select your state or territory from the drop down menu.

  • Assigns you a Personal Identification Number (PIN)
  • Reviews, approves, and monitors the drawdown of funds
  • Reviews and approves your Federal Cash Transaction Report (FCTR) via the Federal Financial Report (FFR)
  • Provides you with payment reports and oversees debt collection

Frequently Asked Questions

Contact Us

Email us (include your 10-digit grant number)


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Effective April 4, 2022, the Unique Entity Identifier (UEI) will replace the DUNS. To get a UEI, visit and select "Get Started."

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