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This program funds projects that address present, or prevent future violations of health-based drinking water standards.
On April 4, 2022, the federal government transferred from using a DUNS Number to a Unique Entity Identifier that grantees must create in SAM.gov. In order to comply with this requirement, all grantees with the designation of subrecipient will require an active UEI (12-character, alpha-numeric code assigned by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA)) to request a payment for reimbursement while all grantees with a designation of beneficiary will be required to have an EIN/TIN (employee identity number/tax identification number) to submit a payment request.
The links below will walk you through the process of award acceptance and the necessary onboarding steps. All applicants must complete the following list of items prior to submitting requests for reimbursement. Each program has a Program Specialist assigned to assist awardees with any questions or concerns throughout the process. You can find your Program Specialist by clicking on the OPB Grant Program Contacts link on the right side of this page.
Important Note: Your award will show in the GeorgiaGrants portal as awarded under My Grants once the terms and conditions is signed, the vendor form is processed (see step 3 below), and the final budget is approved.
All important documents related to this program are linked on the right side of this page - Important Documents. Below the Important Documents link you will find the Webinars and Tutorials page.
Step 1: Terms and Conditions
Step 2: Georgia Grants Access
Step 3: Vendor Management
Step 4: Final Budget