e-snaps FAQ

What is the “PIN” number?

Date Published: August 2017

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The “PIN” number is the first 6 digits of a project’s grant number. The first two letters represent the state abbreviation, and the following four digits are a number unique to that project within the State. For example, KY0097 is project number 97 from Kentucky. While the full grant number will change with each renewal, the PIN number (first 6 digits) remains the same from the first award to each subsequent renewal.

Project Applicants for the FY 2017 CoC Program Competition must either enter or confirm the correct PIN number on Screen 1A of the project application.

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