By April 4, 2022, the federal government will transition away from using the DUNS Number and toward the new Unique Entity ID as the primary means of entity identification for federal awards. If you are registered in SAM.gov, you’ve already been assigned a new Unique Entity ID! It’s viewable in your SAM.gov entity registration record. Go to fsd.gov and select the green Help on UEI Transition button to learn more.
Today, you can get a Unique Entity ID (SAM) from SAM.gov if you are a subcontractor or grant subrecipient who doesn’t need to complete the entity registration process. If you have a DUNS Number today and need to get a new Unique Entity ID (SAM), attend this Stakeholder Forum to learn how the SAM.gov process works.
Join the Integrated Award Environment (IAE) for the third in our series on the new Unique Entity ID (SAM). Register now for the session on Tuesday, January 25, 2022, at 11:00 a.m. EST. We will walk through getting a Unique Entity ID (SAM) and have an opportunity for Q & A at the end.
The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) is the source for the development and dissemination of information on the Unique Entity ID (SAM.gov) and its effect on upcoming federal grant awards. Follow this link for a copy of the full presentation.