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Washington Fax reported on September 23 that the federal E-grants program, an electronic government-wide grant application system, is expected to be deployed by October 1, 2003, which is the start of fiscal year 2004. The E-grants program will replace the Federal Commons grant application system. As one of 24 E-government program initiatives designed to improve access to government services through the Internet, E-grants is supported by 11 department and agency partners, with HHS as the managing partner. The partners who are members of the E-grants executive board meet approximately once per month.
Although only four agencies—NIH, the NSF, the Department of Defense Office of Naval Research, and …
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