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Office of Grants Policy, Oversight and Evaluation (OGPOE)

OGPOE Responsibilities

The Office of Grants Policy, Oversight and Evaluation (OGPOE) is responsible for developing financial assistance policies and regulations. The office is also responsible for overseeing the implementation of HHS’s financial assistance policies and regulations, as well as providing training and advice to the grants workforce. OGPOE publishes HHS’s policy and regulations in the Grants Policy Administration Manual (GPAM), the HHS Grants Policy Statement (GPS), and HHS’s Grants Regulations at 45 CFR Part 75. In addition, OGPOE articulates HHS’s positions, and responses to government-wide policy making endeavors and proposed legislation, which includes serving as representatives for the Council on Financial Assistance Reform and Financial Assistance Committee on E-government. Additionally, OGPOE assists with financial assistance issues involving the OIG, GAO, Congress and other broad HHS matters. The office provides accurate, and timely grants policies and procedures information to all customers and stakeholders, including Members of Congress, state and local governments, potential grant applicants and grant recipients, OPDIVs, other HHS Divisions, and the general public.

Key Personnel

The Key Personnel section provides leadership title and contact information. Also, see the list of HHS Grant Officials.

Grants Policy Information

See these pages for important information about grants policy:

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Content last reviewed on December 9, 2016