TGA upgrades eBusiness website


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On 28 April, the TGA will launch the first of a series of upgrades to its existing eBusiness Services site in an attempt to make its e-services more user-friendly.

The new site called TGA Business Services allows access to manage contact details and other information, view and pay invoices, and access to the drafting and submitting functions used today.

On the launch day, or the first time existing eBS users login they will be automatically redirected to the new TGA Business Services site and asked to change their password.

An email about how to change passwords, and information on all the new functions of the site will also be sent out. The same information will be published on the TGA website. Access to the Australian Adverse Drug Reaction Reporting System (ADRS) will be available from the TGA website.

An overview of the site is available on the Welcome to the TGA Business Services site video.

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