Note: Users with Multiple eRA Commons Accounts: Users with multiple eRA Commons accounts should hold off on moving to two-factor authentication until 2024. eRA will then have a solution for users to consolidate their multiple accounts into a single eRA account that contains all their organization affiliations and roles. More importantly, once users complete the consolidation process, they will be able to associate their Login.gov or InCommon Federated account with one eRA account to support all their authentication needs. (See eRA Commons roles).
Note: eRA posts Deployment and Maintenance Calendar on the eRA Website. Updates and additional details about planned maintenance are documented in this calendar as they become available.
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