Mile Corrigan: Noblis Launches RunGrants to Streamline Federal Grants Management Process

Mile Corrigan: Noblis Launches RunGrants to Streamline Federal Grants Management Process
Mile Corrigan SVP

Noblis, a leading provider of technology and strategy services to the federal government, has launched RunGrants™, a centralized cloud-based program that automates and streamlines the end-to-end grants management process.

RunGrants, the company’s third product offering in its Run solutions suite, centralizes relevant data to improve clients’ decision-making capabilities, and the program is configurable to meet unique mission needs. 

The new program’s key product offerings include enhanced speed and accuracy, data consolidation for improved interoperability, a low-code framework for easy customization, and a cost-effective software-as-a-service model.

Mile Corrigan, senior vice president of Noblis’ Federal Civil Solutions, said that the new RunGrants was developed with a focus on the prioritization and funding of critical public and private initiatives. 

Corrigan continued, noting that RunGrants “provides a clear, modern and user-friendly method for submitting and tracking grant applications to help stakeholders on both sides of the process from application submission, to evaluation, to selection."

This product launch follows the company’s recent launch of RunAcquisitions, which was designed to enhance efficiency and compliance within the federal acquisition process.

Noblis’ Run solutions suite provides government agencies and clients with automation and analytics capabilities to achieve IT modernization goals and optimize workflows.

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