ASAP Accounts Temporary Suspensions for September 2021
All DOJ-related ASAP accounts will be suspended the last five business days during the month of September to carry out required account reconciliation activities. Grantees that attempt to drawdown in ASAP will receive an “Error 839: No accounts found matching criteria” message and will not be able to request or receive drawdowns during this period. The last day recipients can request a drawdown in ASAP is Thursday, September 23, 2021.
Automated Standard Application for Payments (ASAP) Resources
The Automated Standard Application for Payments (ASAP) system has replaced Grants Payment Request System (GPRS), simplifying the federal grantee payment user experience.
ASAP allows organizations receiving federal funds to draw funding securely from pre-authorized accounts established by the agency issuing the payment. For grantees, ASAP reduces the time spent waiting for grant funds, as many receive their funding during the same or next business day. Since ASAP is used by many U.S. Government agencies, funding recipients can leverage their single ASAP profile to access funds from a range of agencies, which saves them time in creating new accounts and learning new systems.
Grantees should use the ASAP Registration Checklist to guide them through the steps they must take to complete their ASAP registration.
For more information on how to request funds in ASAP, please reference this user guide. For questions related to the use of the ASAP system, please contact the OCFO Customer Service Center by email at [email protected] or by phone (800) 458-0786.
Find answers to many of the most frequently asked questions related to ASAP on the ASAP FAQs page.
The Department of the Treasury organizes ASAP webinar trainings on a regular basis. Please refer to the ASAP website for more information on ASAP-related training and resources.
For those new to ASAP, webinar trainings take place on a rolling basis.
ASAP training opportunities include the following: