Taxonomy Metadata

Taxonomy metadata is a resource tagging system allowing users to explore a collection of information by applying multiple filters also known as faceted search. Each resource is tagged or classified with relevant taxonomy metadata, along multiple dimensions. The faceted classification technique enables users to access and order resources in multiple ways through the search interface.

Editorial Guidelines

Here you'll find the essential information for creating titles and other elements of your products.

HHS Grants Policy Statement (GPS)

Find, in a single source, the general terms and conditions of HHS discretionary grant and cooperative agreement awards. This policy statement applies to all (except NIH) HHS discretionary grant programs that are awards to organizational entities. The four parts and appendix of the HHS GPS allow general information, application information, and other types of reference material to be separated from legally binding terms and conditions.


Management Matters is a series of informational videos and interactive learning modules developed by the National Center on Program Management and Fiscal Operations (PMFO).


Discover resources that highlight the importance of effective internal and external communication and provide strategies for enhancing your communication system.

The Hatch Act

The Hatch Act restricts political activity of federal, state, and local government employees. The Act also restricts the political activity of employees whose employment is financed in whole or in part by a grant award. Grantees and delegates should be mindful of this policy and avoid any violations of the law with regard to their staff members’ political activities.

Overdue Reports

Overdue reports within the time allowed may result in suspension or termination of an active grant, withholding a non-competing continuation award, or other enforcement actions, including withholding of payments or converting to the reimbursement method of payment. Grantees will find this information useful to avoid penalties associated with overdue reports.