Grant Application Types and Deadlines, Spring 2017
Application Types Accepted via the New Online System
Spring Cycle: Restoration and Technical Assistance.
Fall Cycle: Restoration, Outreach, Monitoring, and Technical Assistance.
Deadline for Spring Cycle applications: May 1 by 5:00 pm.
Applications submitted for the Spring 2017 grant cycle will be considered for Board funding decisions at its October 2017 Board meeting.
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New Online Application
Beginning with the Fall 2016 grant cycle, OWEB no longer accepts paper applications unless otherwise noted. See below for how to register to use our online application system.
How to Submit an Application
1. Obtain a username and password. (If your organization already has a login for OGMS, skip this step.)
An OGMS login (username and password) is necessary to access the online grant application. An applicant must use his/her organization’s login if one exists. Only one login per organization is allowed. If no login exists, the applicant may request one.
If your organization does NOT already have an OGMS login and password, email Leilani Sullivan (email@example.com) and provide the following information.
- Organization name and address
- Grantee contact name and title
(This is the person who will receive all communications from OWEB and sign any grant agreements.)
- Phone number
- FEIN (Federal Employer Identification Number)
OWEB may only enter into agreements with legally established entities. Therefore,
OWEB must internally review potential applicants prior to creating an OGMS login.
2. Log in to the Online Application. There are two ways to log in:
1) Access the online application directly and use your OGMS login.
2) Log in to OGMS, find the "April 2017 Cycle Applications" heading, and select the link below it.
Guidance to help you
fill out the application is always available in the top navigation bar of the
application. Templates of each individual application type are also available
but only after you log in and choose to "Create a New
If you have questions, please call your Regional Program Representative.
Webinar on Dos and Don'ts of Successful Applications
OWEB hosted a webinar on the “Dos and Don’ts of Successful Applications.” Topics covered were designed to help applicants strengthen Restoration and Technical Assistance grant applications. Regional Program Representatives discussed common budget errors, expectations for maps and metrics, and qualities of successful applications.
Each year, OWEB puts on fiscal trainings around the state. In addition to fiscal topics, we cover questions about the online application, adjustments to the budget categories, and a special session on small grants. If someone from your organization has not been to a fiscal/small grant training for over three years, it is strongly advised to send the person responsible for fiscal processing for your organization.
Region 6 Trainings
PENDLETON – Tuesday, April 11, 1:00 to 4:00 pm
OSU extension office, Umatilla Bldg.
Blue Mountain Community College, Pendleton
JOHN DAY – Wednesday, April 12, 1:00 to 4:00 pm
Oregon Department of Forestry Conference Room
415 Patterson Bridge Road, John Day
Coffee, water, and refreshments will be provided.
Welcome and housekeeping – Sue Greer
Fiscal Basics and Overview – Tara Choate
Budget categories and reviewing exhibit A of the Grant Agreement
Paperwork – payment request, spreadsheets, receipts
Changes to OWEB budget categories – Tara Choate
Bring your upcoming May application budgets with you for review and/or to get your questions answered!
Small Grant Program Informal Discussion – Kathy Leopold
Please RSVP those persons attending to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
OWEB will be hosting additional fiscal/small grant trainings. If you are interested in having one in your area, please contact Tara Choate or your Regional Program Representative.
Recently updated federal government Uniform Administrative Requirements (OMB Super Circular) affect OWEB’s Grant Administration budget categories and requires OWEB Grantees to be legal entities. OWEB has prepared helpful guidance and posted slides from webinars to explain the changes.
Federal Uniform Administrative Requirements
General Fiscal Training: Fiscal 101 (Fall 2015)
Network of Oregon Watershed Councils (NOWC) Fiscal Training (Fall 2015)
Fiscal Sponsorship Round Robin
Indirect & Administration