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Top 5 Most Popular FAQs
My Chief Executive Officer/ Managing Director/ Executive Director/ President, who is authorised to accept the Letter Of Award, has left the company. How do I update the OurSG Grants portal with the details of the new Chief Executive Officer/ Managing Director/ Executive Director/ President?
Your company's Corppass administrator just needs to assign your new Chief Executive Officer/ Managing Director/ Executive Director/ President the OurSG Grants portal Acceptor role, so that they can accept the Letter Of Award.
If you have yet to submit your application, update your Letter Of Award addressee.
If you have submitted your application and it hasn't been approved, contact the grant processing agency. They will return your application, so you can update it.
If you have already received a Letter Of Award, your new Chief Executive Officer/ Managing Director/ Executive Director/ President will be able to accept it when your Corppass administrator assigns them the Acceptor role. Just update the grant processing agency and ACRA of the change in management.
I saved a draft of my application. Where do I find it now?
Log in to the OurSG Grants portal.
Click on the
header to view all your drafts.
Click on a saved draft to view more information.
What are the Preparer, Submitter and Acceptor roles on the OurSG Grants portal?
If you are applying for grants as an organisation, the OurSG Grants portal has three roles - Preparer, Submitter and Acceptor - with different responsibilities and permissions, to help your organisation better manage the information different members of your team can access and the actions they can perform.
The roles are linked to unique Corppass accounts and are managed by your organisation. Your Corppass administrator can create accounts for team members who manage grants and assign the right role, with the right permissions, to the right people. The Digital Service Name in Corppass Administration is "
Grant application via OurSg Grants portal
". Your Corppass administrator will also be able to edit these roles as necessary.
What you can do with each role:
Preparers can view, create and edit all the organisation's grant applications, reports, claims.
Preparers can also view the organisation's profile i.e. organisation name, address, formation date, past work/achievements, management profile, staff profile, bank details, financial statements and any other information about the organisation that is required for grant application.
This role should be assigned to employees who are involved in the preparation of grant-related documents and/or who need to monitor or report on grant information.
Submitters have all the rights that Preparers have.
In addition, they can submit all the organisation's grant applications reports and claims and withdraw an application or grant.
This role should be assigned to employees overseeing the project, acting as the point of contact for the grant and with the authority to make declarations on behalf of the organisation.
Acceptors have all the rights that Submitters have.
In addition, only Acceptors can accept the Letter Of Award.
This role should be assigned to the organisation's highest authority such as the Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director, President, or a person authorised by the highest authority.
I saved a draft of my claim, where do I find it now?
Log in to the OurSG Grants portal.
to view all your grants.
Click on a grant to view more information.
Navigate to the
card, which should read “
Claim Draft Created
” and click on “
When should I accept the Letter Of Award?
Applicants should accept the Letter of Award within fourteen (14) days from the issuance date of the Letter of Award (LOA).
OurSG Grants portal brings government grants for the arts, community, heritage, social good, sports and youth into one place.
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