Bennet Seeks Feedback from Colorado Businesses, Communities, Nonprofits on Experiences with Federal Grants and Contracting

In an effort to create a more efficient process and to make grants more available to Coloradans, Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet is asking Colorado businesses, nonprofits and local communities for feedback about their experiences with the federal grants and contracting processes.  

Bennet today launched two online surveys for Coloradans who have applied for, submitted bids for or been awarded federal grants or contracts.

“As I travel the state, I’ve heard from Coloradans who have had both positive and negative experiences with federal grants and contracts,” said Bennet. “These surveys will help me gather more feedback about how these processes have worked and how to make them more efficient and effective.”

The federal contracting survey can be found on Bennet’s website at, and the federal grants survey can be found at

In an effort to help make grants more accessible to Colorado organizations, Bennet recently released a first-of-its-kind comprehensive collection of clear, easy-to-find and accurate information on the pilot projects, grants and workforce development initiatives available to Coloradans through the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The Guide to Grants resource is available on Bennet’s website at