RGMS is a program and portfolio management (PPM) system that enables you to apply for, track and administer NHMRC grants online, as well as participate in peer review.
Researchers can also maintain a profile and curriculum vitae, which is used for application and other administrative purposes.
Registered RGMS Users
Registered users can login to RGMS by clicking on the Login icon to the right
New RGMS Users
To apply for a new RGMS account, first read and accept the Research Grants Management System (RGMS), End User Licence
Then follow the instructions on setting up your account.
RGMS Account Security Notice
In accordance with Australian Privacy Principles, in particular Australian Privacy Principle 11—security of personal information and Australian Signals Directorate Information Security Manual (ISM), NHMRC has implemented a number of security features.
For further information please see the RGMS Account Security Notice (PDF, 22KB).
RGMS Detailed Instructions
For more detailed instructions relating to RGMS please see RGMS User Guide – Introduction to RGMS (PDF, 2MB)
To minimise unexpected downtimes and provide predictability, NHMRC has established fixed RGMS maintenance windows between 6am and 9am every Tuesday and Thursday. Please try again later if you are locked out during these periods, or contact the Research Help Centre for further assistance.
RGMS Training Program
A number of user guides and eLearning modules are available to support RGMS users. Refer to the RGMS training page for a list of available materials.
Adding Publications to your CV
Offline Application Forms
These forms allow you to prepare offline drafts, which can then be copied and pasted into RGMS. Final applications must be submitted through RGMS.
Applicants choosing to use offline forms should note the discrepancy between conventional character counters and the character counting within RGMS. To aid you in conforming to RGMS character limits, a character count application is provided on the NHMRC website.
Important - When clicking on links below, select 'Save' to store a local copy of the form. If you select 'Open' and subsequently use the Back button in your browser, the form and contents will be lost.
Protected Offline forms - Please download and save document prior to using