Automated Standard Application for Payments (ASAP) FAQs
No. There is no minimum required amount.
Federal agency employees: Your ASAP ID is your agency's Agency Location Code and Region Code (if applicable).
Recipient organization employees: Your ASAP ID is a 7-digit number that you got when you enrolled in ASAP.
On the ASAP.gov login screen, click on the option you need:
- Forgot User ID
- Forgot Password
- Follow the instructions on the screens that appear.
We need to know if any of the following change:
- name(s) of contact person(s)
- addresses (postal or e-mail)
- phone numbers
- people being added or deleted
To make these changes and to fill out appropriate paperwork (if necessary), contact the ASAP team at the Kansas City Financial Center.
Yes for federal agencies. No for recipient organizations.
Federal agencies can send batch files to create accounts, manage accounts, and submit authorizations.
No. Fiscal Service's role in ASAP is to help grant-issuing federal agencies get their money to their grantees. Fiscal Service does not give out grants. You can find information about government grants at the website, www.grants.gov .
Last modified 12/31/19