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Grantee Resources

If the form is a PDF, please follow these instructions:

  • Download the form to your desktops (device);
  • Fill it out;
  • Print, sign and scan to upload; or
  • Sign the form using your electronic signature; and
  • Upload the form to the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities’ grants portal with all other mandatory supporting materials.

If the form is a Word document, please follow these instructions:

  • Print a copy of the form;
  • Fill it out;
  • Scan then save it as a PDF with the appropriate label title of the form;
  • Upload the form to the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities application portal all other mandatory supporting materials.
    For additional instructions on how to save in PDF, please proceed to the following link on



  • Ariba Network Number
  • Certificate of Clean Hands - This page describes the necessary steps to obtain a Certificate of Clean Hands from the DC Office of the Chief Financial Officer - Office of Tax and Revenue.
  • Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS): Numbers are free to obtain however; the process can take up to 30 days.
  • W-9 [PDF] - Attach a W-9 to the payment request forms. Grants cannot be processed without a W-9.
  • ACH Enrollment Form: As a convenience to our grantees, the District offers electronic payments. Instead of receiving a check, payments will be directly deposited into a specified bank account. To receive payments using the Automated Clearing House (ACH), please contact the Office of Contracting and Procurement's Vendor Management Team by emailing [email protected].
  • Statement of Certification [PDF] - To ensure applicant has met and will maintain all qualifying criteria for certification throughout entire duration of award.
  • Affirmative Action Equal Employment Policy Statement - [DOCX] - Assurance of Compliance with EEO Requirements.
  • First Source Employment Agreement - For recruitment, retrieval and placement of District of Columbia residents. Grantees with awards totaling $300,000 or more are required by law to enter into a First Source Employment Agreement with the Department of Employment Services.
  • How to Get a Unique Entity ID (UEI)