If you are have having difficulty using your FastLane and Research.gov login, here are some tips that may be helpful:
TRY: Using Forgot Password
TIPS: FastLane will send you a random password by email. If you do not see it after a few minutes, please check your email SPAM folder as this message may have been filtered. You will then be prompted to reset the password to your own. (Password...
The White House Office of Management and Budget issued new guidance effective as of December 26, 2014 designed to streamline and simplify the policy framework for grants and other types of agreements issued by the federal government. Under Title 2 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), this new “Uniform Guidance” combines and replaces eight federal circulars, three of which previously...
NSF has implemented new features for automated compliance checking in the FastLane system with goals to
ensure consistency in NSF's proposal submissions
enhance the ease of submissions
reduce the number of submitted proposals returned without review
enable a greater number of meritorious ideas to advance
NSF strongly encourages FastLane users to check proposals for compliance during the...
A number of corrections and clarifications have been made to the ROSES-15 Summary of Solicitation.
In response to comments from proposing organizations, the ROSES-2015 Summary of Solicitation has been modified in a few ways.
Award dollar values are no longer required for the current and pending support section.
The rules have been clarified on the order of components of the Scientific/...
Beginning on April, 24, 2015, proposals submitted in response to Program Solicitations in FastLane will undergo a series of automated proposal compliance validation checks to ensure they comply with requirements outlined in the PAPPG (Chapter II.C.2 of the Grants Proposal Guide (GPG)).
These checks will automatically validate a proposal for compliance against proposal sections per type of...