Grantees may need to modify a grant award or approved application during the year to accomplish certain program objectives. Some changes require prior approval of SAMHSA.
As a federal grant recipient (or grantee), you may need to modify your grant award or other aspects of your approved application during the year to accomplish certain program objectives. SAMHSA defines this as a "post-award change." Many post-award changes require prior approval, including:
- Key Staff and Level of Effort Changes
- Budget Revisions
- Change in Scope
- Carryover Requests
- No-Cost Extension Requests
- Equipment Purchases above $25,000
Although not necessarily post-award changes, the following also require prior approval:
Prior Approval Requirements provides more information on the post-award submission process.