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Automated Standard Application for Payments (ASAP)

Recipient Organizations: Enrollment Frequently Asked Questions

How does an organization enroll in ASAP?

  • The Federal Enrollment Initiator starts the enrollment process by identifying the Recipient Organization to be enrolled and entering the DUNS, EIN, type of organization and the point of contact information.
  • Unique DUNS, EIN and e-mails are required.
  • The role of the Point of Contact is critical to the ASAP.gov enrollment process.
  • The RO Point of Contact confirms that information entered by the enrollment initiator and is responsible for identifying the recipient organization's officials.
  • The Head of Organization approves the officials identified by the point of contact.
  • The Authorizing Official is responsible for confirming the recipient organization’s information and identifying the users who need access to the ASAP.gov application.
  • The Financial Official is responsible for entering the bank account information for the recipient organization.
  • Once all of the above tasks are completed, the application will notify the federal agency that the organization enrollment has been completed and they can create and fund accounts.
  • Learn more about enrolling in ASAP.gov

What are the procedures if the recipient banking information changes?

The Recipient Organization’s Financial Official should log onto ASAP.gov, select the enrollment tab, and then make the necessary changes.

Who do I contact for customer support?

Contact the ASAP.gov Help Desk. View our hours of operation and contact information.

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