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If you have questions pertaining to a particular grant opportunity or application package, please contact the grantor agency point of contact listed for the opportunity (on the synopsis page) or on the cover page of the application package in question.
Please contact the Grants.gov Contact Center for technical support or with questions about finding, applying or submitting grant applications with Grants.gov.
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Fraud Alert: If you have received a phone call from someone seeking your bank account or other personal information in order to process a government grant that you did not apply for, you can submit a complaint [EXIT Disclaimer] with the Federal Trade Commission.
If you have information regarding a grant fraud specific to HHS, please contact the HHS Fraud Hotline at 1-800-447-8477.