Education Grant Management System (EGMS)
Consolidated Grant Application: Submit by October 17
The Education Grant Management System (EGMS) is a sustainable, modern solution to replace the aging iGrants system. Local Education Agencies (LEAs) will apply and process claims for seven Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) programs through the ESEA Consolidated Grant Application in EGMS for the SY22-23 grant cycle. LEAs will begin registering users in May 2022. The remaining functionality of the system is currently targeted for release in spring of 2023. All reports and form packages associated with School Year 2021-22 will remain in iGrants (e.g. end-of-year reports, budget revisions, etc.).
ESEA Consolidated Grant Application (CGA)
Below are the ESEA Title programs included in the ESEA Consolidated Grant Application (CGA). To prepare your LEA's application, review the list of EGMS application forms by program area. Most of these forms are similar to prior year grant application pages in iGrants.
- Title I, Part A
- Instructions to Complete the Title I A, Subpart 1 Form in EGMS (Beginning on page 39)
- Homeless Needs Assessment
- List of LEAs Required to have a Title I District Delinquent Set-Aside
- Title I, Part A Fiscal Handbook (includes guidance on allowable costs).
- Title I, Part C
- Title I, Part D (Subparts 1 and 2)
- Title II, Part A
- Title III, Part A
- Title IV, Part A
- Title V, Part B (Subpart 1/REAP and Subpart 2/RLIS)
- EGMS User Guide for LEAs
- EGMS and iGrants Terminology Crosswalk
- ESEA Consolidated Grant Application Cycle in EGMS: Key Tasks and Responsibilities
- Pre-Application Tutorial for the Consolidated Grant Application in EGMS
- May 3 LEA EGMS Administrator Training: Registering EGMS Users recorded webinar, Presentation
- May 10, EGMS Program Staff Training: Overview for New Users
- Creating the Budget: Consolidated Grant Application in EGMS
Federal Funds: Coordination & Flexibility
- Unlocking Federal and State Program Funds to Support Student Success
Opportunities to coordinate or combine funds to implement LEA priorities.
- REAP-eligible Local Education Agencies (LEAs).
Creating a REAP budget for Title II, Part A, and/or Title IV, Part A, funds provides eligible LEAs with greater flexibility.
- ESEA Tribal Consultation: LEAs Required to Consult and Affirmation of Tribal Consultation.