|Registration & User Account FAQs|
Videos: How to Get Started in HRSA's EHBs
|Video Title||Video Below||Audience||Duration|
|Getting Started with the EHBs||Getting Started in the EHBs||EHB External Users||3.38 minutes|
|How to Create an External EHBs Account||How to Create an External EHBs Account||EHB External Users||3.27 minutes|
|How to Register to an Organization||How to Register to an Organization||EHB External Users||4.39 minutes|
The purpose of the registration process is to collect consistent information from all users, avoid collection of redundant information, and uniquely identify each system user. The registration process ensures that only authorized individuals from an organization can view application and grant related information.
Members of a grantee organization should register to create an account. Registration is required only once. If you have registered before, do not register again.
STEP 1: Create a User Account
Authorizing Official: The individual, named by the applicant organization, who is authorized to act for the applicant and to assume the obligations imposed by the Federal laws, regulations, requirements, and conditions that apply to grant applications or grant awards. If you are the designated authorizing official for your organization use this role.
Business Official: The individual, named by the applicant organization, who is authorized to review and submit the financial status report, and, interact with the payment management system. If you are the designated business official for your organization use this role.
Other: All other individuals of an organization who wish to participate in the electronic process should register using this role. HRSA's electronic process allows for additional functional roles such as Application Preparer, Project Director, Communication Contact etc.
The roles available for registration are based on the functions associated with applying for and administering a grant. Please select the role that best describes your relationship to an application or grant and within your organization.
The Authorizing Official, named by the applicant organization, is authorized to act for the applicant and to assume the obligations imposed by the Federal laws, regulations, requirements, and conditions that apply to grant applications or grant awards. The signature of the authorizing official:
The signature of the authorized representative forms a legal contract between the applicant organization and the grantor agency, HRSA. By signing documents on behalf of the organization, the authorizing official binds the applicant organization to perform within the terms of the grant agreement, common assurances and certifications, administrative requirements, and programmatic requirements.
The Authorizing Official is responsible for:
Specifically, the Authorizing Official has the following responsibilities in the electronic process within HRSA EHBs:
The communication contact serves as the single point of contact for an organization.
Yes. However, for each application, only one person can be associated for a given role. For example, there can be multiple Authorizing Officials for your organization, but only one of them can be listed as the AO for a given application. To allow multiple people to review the application, use the peer access feature.
Yes! HRSA EHBs now allow you to use the same username and password to represent multiple organizations.