Checking AOR Status
Checking your Authorized Organization Representative (AOR) Status
An Authorized Organization Representative (AOR) submits a grant on behalf of a company, organization, institution, or government. AORs have the authority to sign grant applications and the required certifications and/or assurances that are necessary to fulfill the requirements of the application process. Follow the instructions below to check your AOR Status:
Check your AOR Status
- Go to the Grants.gov homepage
- Click on "Applicant Login" on the right side of the screen (right-hand navigation)
- Enter your username and password and click "Login"(If you are able to login, you have successfully completed the Grants.gov Registration process)
- You should receive an email from Grants.gov after your E-Biz POC authorizes your AOR status
- Click on "Manage Applicant Profile" and your profile will be displayed
- The AOR status on your profile will state "Approved" or "AOR Request Sent"
I am an Approved Organization Representative (AOR), why am I not able to submit?
In some instances the E-Business Point of Contact (grant administrator/CFO) for your organization may unknowingly provide or deny your Authorized Organization Representative status (right to submit).
The E-Business Point of Contact (E-Biz POC) has the authority to provide or deny rights to an Authorized Organization Representative (AOR). The E-Biz POC has the ability to:
- View list of AORs registered at Grants.gov under specific DUNS
- Assign AOR role
- Revoke AOR role
- Delete AOR login
- View/search list of submissions made under that DUNS
- View rejected with errors message, if any submission is rejected (similar to AOR)
- Receive email when a new applicant registers at Grants.gov under that DUNS
If you believe that your AOR rights/login permission are being affected please contact your organization's E-Biz POC promptly. If the issue persists after contacting your E-Biz POC, call the Grants.gov Contact Center at: 1-800-518-4726.