What is the Difference Between an Activated and a Deactivated Process?

Active Processes (Turned On)
  • Show up on the apply page, even if the Grant End Date has passed.
  • Public processes show to all applicants
  • Restricted processes show to applicants after they enter the access code.
  • Internal processes are not visible to applicants.
  • New grants can be started.
  • If the process contains a Start and End Date new grants can be started in that time frame.
Deactivated Processes (Turned Off)
  • Not visible on the apply page.
  • No new grants can be started.
  • Forms in draft can be edited and submitted.
  • Grants already begun can continue.
  • Can be archived.

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