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Press Release 08-190
Advancing Transparency

NASA joins NSF in posting grant information on Research.gov

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Research.gov offers detailed information on federal support of scientific research around the country. Research awards are easily searchable by agency, awardee, award amount and date, and key word. An advanced search option offers additional ways to examine awards, including by congressional district. Information can be reviewed online or exported to various file formats, such as XML and electronic spreadsheets.

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Research.gov offers a menu of services that will grow more robust over time. Future services include several aimed at government agencies and the research community: a capability for researchers and reviewers to maintain and update profiles in the system; tools for program officers to find information and manage their grant portfolios; and online tools for submitting research performance reports in the new format used government-wide.

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