Murray's Grant Gateway
Step 3: Apply for A Grant - Proposal
Development and Writing
**NOTICE** New Federal Grant Application
Requirement - The Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
requires all federal grant applicants to provide a Dun and Bradstreet
(D&B) Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number. As of October
1, 2003, the DUNS number is required whether an applicant is submitting
a paper or electronic application. Organizations can receive a DUNS
number at no cost by calling the dedicated toll-free DUNS Number request
line at 1-866-705-5711 or by visiting Dun
and Bradstreet online.
|Need More Help? Contact Senator Murray’s Grant Coordinator
A member of my Seattle staff specializes in grants. My Grants
Coordinator may be able to:
Identify additional grants for which your project may be
Check the status of your grant application with a federal
- Supply a letter of support - to do this the following information needs to be provided:
- The name of the federal grant you are applying for and what federal agency it falls under
- A project abstract of draft letter of support
- A contact person within the agency to address the letter of support to
- A deadline for when the letter needs to be submitted. Please allow two weeks for our office to produce a letter of support
Before you call, please:
Make sure you’ve read the 4
Review the FAQs
Have a clear idea of your project
Do a grants search through the CFDA
and the agency website.
If you’ve already applied for a federal grant, please
have the CFDA number available. If you do not know the CFDA
number, please have the name of the grant and the agency
that administers it.
Call (206) 553-5545 and ask for the Grant Coordinator.