NCPRO Grant Management System (PANGRAM)

PANGRAM System

PANGRAM stands for PANdemic GRants and Awards Management and is a customized version of the SAP Grants Management System developed by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT). 

The PANGRAM system is used by NCPRO Grant Managers and external fund recipients for the following purposes related to grant management:

  • Agreement Creation
  • Project/Agreement Execution
  • Reporting
  • Monitoring/Tracking of Project Progress
  • Research and Analysis

PANGRAM Introduction Presentation

February 17, 2022 Presentation Slides

 

PANGRAM External User Guide

Updated August 25, 2022

View the PANGRAM User Guide

 

PANGRAM External User Registration

ARPA (and other) fund recipients must be registered in PANGRAM in order to to log in and use the grant management system.

PANGRAM External User Access Request Application

 

PANGRAM System Log-In

Please note: Your agency must be registered in the PANGRAM system before logging in. Please visit the External User Access Request Application link above to register if needed.

External User Log-In for Fund Recipients 

NCPRO Grant Management System FAQs

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All users will user their NCID username and passwords to log in to NCPRO Grant Management System.

Please visit the Grant Management System Help Desk to resolve any log-in issues.

The Dun & Bradstreet D U N S Number is a unique nine-digit identifier for businesses.

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NCPRO launched its Grant Management System in December 2021. The ERA, GEER, HAF, SFRF funds are managed in NCPRO Grant Management System. It is a customized version of the SAP grant management system. Multiple state agencies in North Carolina are using customized SAP system to manage grants, awards, and contracts. 

ERA: Emergency Rental Assistance Program

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GEER: Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund

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HAF: Homeowner Assistance Fund

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SFRF: State Fiscal Recovery Funds

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NCAS refers to the North Carolina Accounting System (NCAS). It is the primary accounting system for most state agencies in North Carolina.