Thanks for this information. It is very helpful.
From: US Department of Education Title III List Server
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Susan Kelley
Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2005 6:41 PM
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Subject: Re: Move from e-Application to grants.gov?
It is our understanding that the Department is moving to this system,
which requires you to register, using DUNS numbers. I don't know exactly
when this might be used for Title III eligibility, but I believe the
conversion is underway for all ED grants. Our grants office has already
completed the registration process. The system can accommodate different
types of registrants, with each registrant classified into 1 of 4
categories: E-Business Point of Contact, AOR (authorized signatory),
Grant Researcher (writes but does not submit proposals), or Individual.
The Ebiz Point of Contact (POC) manages all of a college's grants.gov
users. You may want to go to the web site and register, so you are ready
whenever it is required that you use the new system. If you have
questions after reviewing the web site, email me off the list, and I
would be glad to have our POC talk to you about how we handled the
registration process. My email is [log in to unmask]
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Vice President, Institutional Advancement Valencia Community College P.
O. Box 3028, Orlando, FL 32802
(407) 582-3417 - direct phone to office of Institutional Advancement
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The Financial Aid officer at our institution was notified that the
procedure for filing for Title III eligibility has been changed for next
year. If I understand correctly, the e-Application site used for this
purpose and for submitting proposals will go away, and grants will be
submitted to grants.gov.
Can anyone confirm this? Is there anything special we need to do?
Donna J. Lewis
Title III Coordinator / Director, Academic Services University of
Charleston 2300 MacCorkle Ave., SE Charleston, WV 25304-1099
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