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Grantee Guide - OEA Grants Portal

The Grantee Guide 4.0 (OEA Grants Portal) has been updated to reflect recent changes to the portal.

The Grantee Guide 4.0 (OEA Grants Portal) has been updated. The Grantee Guide 4.0 contains a description of each portal section, login and password help, and shows users where to find important documents. Detailed steps for all major tasks such as grant applications, grant reports, and grant amendments are included. The major changes in version 4.0 are updated screenshots and clarified budget instructions.

If you are printing the Grantee Guide 4.0, it is recommended to print it on BOTH sides of the page. Users can also access the guide in the "Training" drop-down menu after logging into the portal."

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If you find a document that is not accessible please send your inquiry to contact us, with subject line: "508 Accessible Request." In the text of your email, please indicate the nature of your accessibility issue/problem and your contact information.