e-snaps FAQ
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Why is my grant number different from last year?

Date Published: November 2010

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Grants applied for or renewed through e-snaps should have 15 character grant numbers (e.g. ST 000# C 5E 00 08 02), and the last two digits represent the number of times the grant has been renewed. This change in grant numbers is intended to help HUD and the grantee differentiate the funding year for each unique grant (even if the funds are all being used to fund a single project over time). Therefore, these digits change with each renewal. Older grants will only have 11 characters (e.g. ST16B900004).


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