Service providers and applicants have access to the ECF Portal through their One Portal dashboard and can view any funding requests that they are associated with through the ECF Portal. Applicants and service providers who agree to invoice on behalf of applicants can also use the ECF Portal to submit requests for reimbursement (i.e., ECF FCC Forms 472 or 474) for the Program. You can find e-learning modules that provide a walkthrough of the reimbursement forms including the ECF FCC Form 472 (BEAR) and ECF FCC Form 474 (SPI) on the Training section of the Emergency Connectivity Fund Program website. Please note that applicants and service providers who agree to invoice on behalf of applicants will not be able to receive Emergency Connectivity Fund Program funding until they have completed their SAM.gov registration. The SAM.gov banking information will be used for issuing payments to applicants and service providers. If you will be submitting Emergency Connectivity Fund Program requests for reimbursement (i.e., ECF FCC Form 472 or ECF FCC Form 474) and have not completed your SAM.gov registration, please do so now. You may use this link to complete or renew your SAM.gov registration: https://usfcr.com/sam-registration/. Please be aware that both the DUNS TIN/EIN that was used for SAM.gov registration and the FCC Registration Number TIN/EIN of the entity who will be invoicing must match to ensure that banking information is accurate and can be validated. Service providers who agree to invoice on behalf of applicants must also complete the following steps.