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What is the Program Module?

The Program Module (PGM) enables Program Officials (POs) to conduct NIH research administration using the paperless processes mandated by Congress. The Program Module serves as a gateway to biomedical research and eRA information, and allows POs to monitor and administer their assigned grant applications as they move through all phases of the grant lifecycle and to find the status of an individual grant very quickly.

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Who can use the Program Module?

Internal Users
  • Program Officer / Program Official / Program Director  
  • Program Assistant  
  • Program Analyst
External Users
  • None

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Where can I learn more about the Program Module?

Release NotesUser Guides

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Where can I get help with the Program Module?

Contact the User Support Branch to receive assistance or report a bug in the system.

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What is the electronic Program Users Group (ePUG)?

The electronic Program Users Group (ePUG) is a cross-IC group of people who use the Program Module. It meets monthly to discuss issues with the program and to provide insight and suggestions in the development, enhancement, training, and future direction of the module.

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Archives & Information

Program Portal JAD Group Roster2002 Goals
Program Portal JAD Meeting Minutes2001 Accomplishments
Program Portal JAD Program Portal Scope Document 

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