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Recipient Training Requirements And Opportunities

Grants.gov Workspace Training for Grant Applicants and Recipients:  Beginning January 1, 2018 all grant applicants must use Workspace to submit applications through Grants.gov. EPA is hosting a Grants.gov-led session that will provide training and a demonstration on Workspace. No registration is required.

Non-Profit Recipient Training:  As a condition of award, EPA requires at least two officials from a non-profit recipient organization to complete this training.

EPA Subaward Training for EPA Assistance Agreement Recipients:  This optional training is intended to assist EPA assistance agreement recipients to understand Subawards and their responsibilities for oversight. It includes helpful tools to assist with determining the differences between subawards and contracts, and assists recipients with finding helpful resources.

Grants Management Training Materials for Tribal Organizations

Understanding EPA's Nondiscrimination Statutes & Regulations:  EPA's Office of Civil Rights has prepared this on-line training course to help applicants for and recipients of EPA financial assistance comply with EPA's nondiscrimination requirements under federal law. The course is also aimed to increase the public’s understanding of EPA’s nondiscrimination regulations and statutes.

EPA Grants Award Process Webinar

SAM.gov Grantee Account Migration Webinar

Grants.gov Informational Session and Consultation Sessions for Tribes