The company must not have:
Otherwise, the application will be rejected.
The following entities do not qualify for grant support:
You may find the full list on GoBusiness Gov Assist.
No, companies can only be supported on pre-scoped packages by pre-approved vendors. For equipment, there is no pre-approved vendor but the equipment must minimally meet the specifications provided.
Unless otherwise stated, only the actual purchase/lease/hire cost of the pre-approved equipment or pre-approved IT solution package is supportable. This excludes other related administrative fees/charges, e.g. delivery fees, installation.
No, the equipment or IT solution should only be used by the applicant entity and not by a related party.
The holding period for the equipment or IT solution is one year from the date of approval of the final claim.
Businesses operating from residential addresses (HDB flats and private properties) can be supported if they meet the PSG eligibility criteria. Companies are to ensure that the selected PSG solution and its intended functions are in line with HDB/URA’s advisory for home business i.e. business must adhere to the conditions of use, and kept within the guidelines on permissible business activities that can be conducted from homes.
For more information on Home Office Scheme guidelines, kindly refer to the relevant schemes at HDB or URA.
Under the Food Services & Retail Business Revitalisation Package, companies that fall under Food Services and Retail sectors can be supported for up to 80% from 1 April 2022 to 31 March 2023 for eligible pre-scoped solutions.
This enhanced maximum support level applies to the following solution categories under the Food Services and Retail sectors.
To apply for the PSG, companies will have to:
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Companies can put in more than one PSG application depending on business needs. However, support can only be extended for one package per solution category per deployment location.
Supportable applications are:
This means that if the Applicant applies subsequently (i.e. after the first application) for the same IT solution to be deployed at the same location, this application will be rejected.
Yes, this is possible.
The Applicant shall ensure that the vendors selected do not have any relationship, connection, associated or dealings with the Applicant or its related companies or their directors and common shareholders. Applicant will be required to declare any relationship with vendors.
Each company supported by EnterpriseSG is subjected to an annual grant cap of S$30,000 for solutions supported by EnterpriseSG, starting on 1 April and ending on 31 March the following year.
Companies that have fully utilised their grant caps will not be eligible for further support within the validity period of the grant cap, and may then apply for new solutions at the next period when the grant caps are refreshed. Companies are encouraged to plan the use of the PSG for their purchases.
Applications are processed about 6 weeks from the submission of all required information.
Companies are strongly encouraged to submit their applications ahead of time to account for the application outcome and/or processing duration required.
Once an application has been submitted, companies may choose to proceed with the project and purchase the equipment/IT solution before the application outcome. However, you will not be able to claim subsequently if the application is unsuccessful.
Business Grants Portal (BGP) is a one-stop portal for businesses to apply for government grants. This paperless system allows entities to find the grants they need with ease, enjoy a convenient form completion process, and reduce the time spent on applications.
If the company has yet to register for a CorpPass Administrator account, please visit www.corppass.gov.sg. After successful registration, users need to be assigned the e-Service access to the BGP in order to submit their grant application.
An email will be sent to the company’s contact person with the status of the submitted grant application.
Alternatively, Applicants may log in to the BGP. Under the “My Applications” section, they can view the status of their grant application by toggling between the tabs (Drafts/Processing/Actions Required/ Completed).
Reminder emails will also be sent when the application is returned for further clarifications. Applicants may make the necessary clarifications via BGP. Inactive applications may be withdrawn by EnterpriseSG.
Any personnel assigned as a BGP user in the company and given a Preparer or Acceptor role by the company’s CorpPass Administrator can edit and submit the grant application. Contact details of the new user should be updated in the BGP.
If the application is currently reworked to you for updates, you may withdraw the application and submit a fresh one with the correct information.
To notify EnterpriseSG to withdraw the application if it is being processed, please reach out to us at for an Application Withdrawal and you will be sent further instructions.
Companies will not be able to select IT solution packages of vendors whose contracts have expired.
We strongly encourage applicants to submit their own applications. In the event that they are unable to do so, they are allowed to authorise a third-party* to submit on their behalf by providing a letter of authorisation, stating:
*Vendors are strictly not allowed to apply on behalf of applicants.
The applicant company’s CorpPass Admin would need to add in the “MTI – Business Grant Portal (BGP)” digital service:
For further enquiries regarding CorpPass roles, please refer to the CorpPass User Guide.
If you would like to change your IT solution or equipment vendor, you may withdraw the previous application and submit a new one.
Please ensure that you have not made payment to the new vendor prior to submitting the new application.
Please write in to http://go.gov.sg/askenterprisesg to withdraw or amend your application and you will be sent further instructions.
Click here for a step-by-step guide.
Any personnel assigned as a BGP user in the company and given a Preparer or Acceptor role by the company’s CorpPass Administrator can accept the Letter of Offer. Contact details of the new user should be updated in the BGP.
There can only be one claim per approved application.
For claims submission, company needs to ensure:
Disbursements can only be made after the claims have been approved.
Companies should also ensure that there is an existing GIRO arrangement. You may submit your company's GIRO details through the EnterpriseSG GIRO form.
Companies are encouraged to submit their claims after they have fully deployed, providing documents to show use of the solution for at least one month. Incomplete submissions will result in delays.
If your company has submitted your GIRO form, funds will be disbursed in up to 14 working days from the date of claim approval.
Disbursement of the PSG grant will be credited directly to the company’s bank account through GIRO. The completed GIRO form must be verified by the company’s bank and submitted to EnterpriseSG before the company’s claim request. For multiple claims, the GIRO form is only required during the submission of the first claim.
The company will need to submit a new GIRO form if there are changes to the company’s account details. You may submit your company's GIRO details through the EnterpriseSG GIRO form.
An email will be sent to the email address stated on the BGP to confirm the transaction.
You may withdraw your application on the BGP if it is currently reworked to you for updates. To notify EnterpriseSG to withdraw the application if it is being processed, please reach out to us at go.gov.sg/askenterprisesg, and you will be sent further instructions.
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