Bryce Mitchell - Director, Enterprise Applications.
Refer to the instructions on the award page in GMS. The given email addresses should only be used to send signed award documents to the OJP or OVW Control Desks, and they should not be used for any other correspondence with DOJ. If you require login or any other GMS-related assistance, please contact the GMS Service Desk at 888-549-9901, option 3. Please click here. to access the GMS Training.
What is GMS? GMS is the Office of Justice Programs (OJP)’s Grants Management System; it is the web-based application that OJP uses to support the administration of grants through the entire grants lifecycle. There is an external user interface for applicants and grantees and an internal user interface that OJP staff uses to manage awards. Via the external user interface, applicants and.
FY 2009 NICS State Records Estimates Development and Validation Project Solicitation Eligibility Applications for funding may be submitted by both for-profit (commercial) and nonprofit organizations (See “Eligibility” on page 4) Deadline Registration with OJP’s Grants Management System (GMS) is required prior to application submission. (See “Deadline: Registration” on page 3) All.
External peer reviewers are experts who are not current federal employees working in their field of expertise on. subject matter relating to the grant program. An internal reviewer is a current federal employee who has expertise in the subject matter of the particular grant program. Applications that meet eligibility and basic minimum requirements will be evaluated by peer reviewers. Peer.
Office of Justice Programs. National Institute of Justice. The. U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Office of Justice Programs (OJP), National Institute of Justice (NIJ) is seeking applications for funding under the FY 2014 Paul Coverdell Forensic Science Improvement Grants Program. This program furthers the Department’s mission by providing States and units of local government with tools.
OJP IT Program Lead for the modernization of the Grants Management System (GMS), the Grants Payment Request System (GPRS), the Bulletproof Vest Partnership (BVP), and other core enterprise.
Specifically, on page iii, the draft report notes that OJP's Grants Management System (“GMS”) is not currently in widespread use among the OJP components and is not fully functional. To the contrary, since I mandated the use of GMS in January 2003, GMS has been in widespread use by all bureaus and program offices. All grant solicitations posted since January 31, 2003, were issued and.