If your federal opportunity requires that you submit a Single Point of Contact (SPoC) or Intergovernmental Review, then you are required to notify the OFA in order to be compliant with the federal opportunity you are seeking. Go to the OFA website and submit the “Federal Assistance Notification Form” also known as the FANF.
If the federal opportunity does not require that you submit a Single Point of Contact (SPoC) or Intergovernmental Review, then you are not required to notify the OFA, unless you are a Nevada state agency per NRS*. (if you are not a Nevada State Agency, the OFA does encourage that you share this information to foster collaboration).
*NRS 223.480 State agency required to inform Office of any application for or receipt of grant and any unexpended portions thereof. [Effective July 1, 2022.] In addition to any other requirement concerning applying for or receiving a grant, a state agency shall notify the Office, on a form prescribed by the Office, of:
- Any grant for which the state agency applies.
- Any grant which the state agency receives.
- The amount of any portion of a grant received by the state agency that the state agency determines will be unexpended by the end of the period for which the grant was made.