Manage Your Award
REACH AND LOGIN.GOV
To access REACH you must use Login.gov. Go to the REACH home page and choose one of the 3 options.
Login.gov is a sign in service used by the public to securely access your information on federal government websites. Once you set up a Login.gov account, you can use the same user name and password to access multiple government websites, including REACH, SAM.gov, and Grants.gov. NOTE: You must use a unique-to-you email address for Login.gov. For example: firstname.lastname@example.org. This should not be an email account that is shared by multiple people.
Using another person's email address and password to access REACH is strictly prohibited.
Rules, regulations, policies and procedures to manage and administer a grant or cooperative agreement (award), including forms, guidance, and reporting requirements that govern your award.
General Operating Support Waivers
Part 200 Uniform Guidance Updates Effective November 12, 2020
Notice to Recipients that Subgrant NEA Funds: Federal Government-Wide Unique Entity Identifier Transition on April 4, 2022
FAQs for Applicants & Awardees in Response to COVID-19
Office of Grants Management Contact Information, Final Work Product Submission, and CPA Audit Confirmation Requests
I received my National Endowment for the Arts award:
- after October 1, 2017. A sample award number would be 1234567-xx-18
- before September 30, 2017. Sample grant numbers would be 17-xxxx-7xxx, 16-, 15-, or a sample cooperative agreement number would be 2017-xx, etc.
Commonly Used Forms and Resources For Recommended Applicants and for Award Recipients
- Project Budget Instructions and Form
Accessibility Questions Form
Form | Brief Accessibility Checklist | Accessibility Webinar
Questionnaire | Guidance | FAQ | NHPA Webinar
ATTENTION: Submission of the NHPA / NEPA Questionnaire in no way implies your project is in compliance with NHPA and/or NEPA. Until a determination is made by the Arts Endowment as to whether compliance standards have been met, your application is subject to review in accordance with NHPA/NEPA.
Be aware that you cannot begin any project activities until the Arts Endowment completes its NHPA and/or NEPA review and notifies you that you may proceed.
Should you chose to proceed without having been notified that you are in compliance with NHPA/NEPA, you risk being unable to obtain any grant funds associated with your award and possible termination of your award.
- Lobbying and FAQs (only for applications or awards greater than $100,000.)
- Section 504 Workbook Self-evaluation
- Federal Civil Rights and Your Grants Application
- Webinar: Ensuring the Accessibility of Your NEA-funded Projects: Compliance Requirements for NEA Grantees
- Download the NEA logo
- Working with the Media Toolkit (pdf)
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FRAUD HOT LINE
Office of Inspector General (OIG): Helping what works - work better!
NEA award recipients have a fiduciary obligation to ensure absolute integrity in the use of, and accountability for tax payer’s dollars.
Please report any possible fraud, waste and abuse to NEA’s OIG. You may report anonymously and your identity will remain confidential (unless unavoidable).
Call the OIG Hotline 1-877-535-7448 or report to https://www.arts.gov/oig