Please login or select registration option.
All BVP users are required to have an account and be authenticated
by DIAMD authentication system. If you already have an active
account in DIAMD, please click on Login to be authenticated and
gain access to BVP. You may also login to your
DIAMD account first
and then click on BVP app tile in the dashboard to gain access to BVP.
If you have received an email to activate your existing BVP user account, please follow the instruction in the email to complete registration of your account. Your existing BVP password will not be migrated to DIAMD and needs to be reset. If you have multiple existing accounts sharing the same contact email address, only one account will be migrated with jurisdiction (JUR) associated account having priority. Non-migrated accounts will be deactivated where you would need to register new or contact BVP Helpdesk for assistance with updating your email address to be unique before attempting to register.
If you do not have an account in DIAMD, please click Create New Account where you will be redirected to register with DIAMD. If your registration email address does not match the login id or the contact email address, a new account will be created once registration is completed.
Please contact BVP Helpdesk at 877-758-3787 if you need help with login or to create a new account.
See the BVP User Experience Guide for details of user account management.
System for Award Management (SAM) Registration Requirement: Jurisdictions must be registered in SAM in order to receive access to FY 2020 BVP award funds. Jurisdictions not registered with SAM are strongly encouraged to access the SAM website at https://www.sam.gov/SAM/ as soon as possible in order to obtain information on and complete the online SAM registration process. For more information about renewing and updating your existing SAM registration, or registering in SAM as a new entity, please visit https://fsd.gov/fsd-gov/answer.do?sysparm_number=KB0011081. The SAM Helpdesk can be reached at 866-606-8220.
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