Design of Participatory Budgets
In this module users will be assisted by a very comprehensive set of questions that will help them to define the PB process in detail: its main focus; the way the territory will be divided in order to promote the residents’ participation; the possibility to set geo-references onto such territorial division; the design of the participation tools; the definition of the technical and political coordination of the process; the planning of the participation cycle; the legal framework of the PB, among many others.
Management of the Participatory Budgets
In this module the users will have access to all the necessary aids to make the PB operational and to ensure its implementation, namely, a plan for the process of internal and external training; the design of a communication and dissemination plan; the management of public meetings, with the possibility of producing their minutes and reports, as well as the statistical assessment of participants, the treatment given to the submitted proposals and their technical analysis and degree of priority conferred, the administration of the investments  approved and included in the budget, the feasibility of their geo-reference, among many other aspects. 
Evaluation of Participatory Budgets
This module is conceived is a way that enables the monitoring and evaluation of the PB development, its results and impacts. All along the different domains of work, the users will find statistics that are automatically produced by the system (on participants, meetings, proposals, investments, budget, etc.), and also several instruments created to retrieve and process the information relating to the participatory practices. Another innovative feature of this appliance is to indicate a geo-reference for the investments and classify them by area and domain of activity. The system also allows comparative analyses to be made among processes, results and impacts of the different annual cycles of the PB. 
The infoPB guarantees the production of more than 60 different types of reports, as for instance: global reports on conception, management and evaluation; the whole participation cycle; minutes of PB meetings; forms of approved or rejected proposals; forms of technical analysis of proposals; maps with geo-references of projects and investments; indicators of participation and financial implementation; evaluation of impacts, among many more. 
The infoPB is prepared to impart some of the more frequently used tools in PB experiences, namely, attendance sheets for public meetings, forms of participants’ personal profiles, forms for proposal submission, and several others.