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You can't use multiple summary screens in a single OPM project. Not with out-of-the-box functionality anyway (I'll leave others to comment on whether/how this might be possible with customisations).
However, this doesn't mean you can't have different things displaying on the summary screen at different points in the interview. It's quite common to have different goals/headings/labels displaying at the start versus the end of the interview.
Have a look at this OPM Help article:
Tutorial: Hiding and displaying summary screen elements
My requirement is to provide multiple ways to find a goal.
1) Search for a goal (text search);
2) Sorted/grouped listing of goals (say goals starting with A-F in one section; G-M in on section, etc..)
After the interview is complete; final summary page also need to be displayed differently (based on Roles).
Not sure I follow you on how multiple summary screens and text search for goals are related. Are you planning on using text search (i.e. <ctrl-F> within the browser) on a single page - in which case all goals must be listed on a single page? or Do you have another means of providing search for goals planned that will return one or more matching goals for the user to select from?
Showing "different" summary screens at the end can be accomplished by following the link in Jasmine's response. (i.e. for clarity it is still one summary screen, the screen will just appear different based on the conditions that determine what should appear when). In your case, you'll want to make sure "role" is part of the data passed into the interview so you can vary what is displayed based on the values. If the summary screen flexibility isn't sufficient to meet your requirements, you may also want to explore the BI publisher integration which provides a great deal of flexibility in generating a document based on the results of the interview.
If possibly using JS/Jquery anyway, I'd suggest you don't need multiple summary screens but instead a a single summary screen from OWD with a single list of goals presented by default. Use JS to add a search function and dynamically modify the HTML to make the sorted/grouped lists appear as you desire (on the same page without any requests to the server). Only upon clicking on a goal would the question pages in pursuit of the selected goal begin.
You might get some good ideas on implementation from the searchable combo-boxes in v10.4.1 - summary video available at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PmmQeFt6qCQ&list=UUtUHPDCD1EFH_ftnhR_i-dQ&index=5&feature=plcp shows the properties that control behavior.