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To get access to

  • If you’re in GSA or EPA: You automatically have access and can log in using your agency credentials.
  • If you’re in FDIC: Some FDIC staff automatically have access and can log in using agency credentials. If you try to log in and receive a “status message is null” error, contact the FDIC identity team to be added to the access group.
  • If you’re outside GSA/EPA/FDIC and your team already uses Ask a teammate to invite you.
  • Otherwise: If you have a U.S. federal government email address and would like to try, you can get access to a sandbox space.

To log into

Agency single sign-on accounts

If you have a GSA, EPA, or FDIC email address, sign into using your agency credentials. Follow these instructions to log in on the command line (CLI) and web UI (dashboard). accounts

If you were invited with an email address that isn’t part of an agency with single sign-on authentication to, you have a account.

In the GovCloud environment (what's this?)

Follow these instructions to log in on the command line (CLI) and web UI (dashboard). When you log in to via a web browser, select the option.

Your account requires multi-factor authentication. To log into the system, you need two “factors” – something you know (your password) and something you have on your person (your smartphone).

In order to perform multi-factor authentication, you need an authentication application that generates time-based one-time passcodes, such as Google Authenticator or Authy. Download the app on your mobile device. When you log into for the first time, follow the instructions to store the key in your application.

In the East/West environment (what's this?)

Your account has a username and password. Follow these instructions to log in on the command line (CLI) and web UI (dashboard).

You can reset your own password.

Deployer accounts

In the GovCloud environment (what's this?)

If you’re using the deployer account broker, you can delete and recreate that account to reset the credentials.

In the East/West environment (what's this?)

For ORGNAME_deployer accounts, if you need the password reset, please contact support, providing the account name with your request, and a member of the team will provide you with a new password.

Use your account responsibly

Acceptable uses of include:

  • Building and managing government digital services.
  • Making and trying test systems to learn about how works.
  • Activities contributing to the development of itself.

In order to help us keep secure, we require that you use your account appropriately. When you use, you agree that you’ll respect these rules of behavior:

  • Conduct only authorized business on the system.
  • Maintain the confidentiality of your authentication credentials; a operator should never ask you to reveal them. We recommend using a password manager and strong credentials.
  • Log out when you no longer need session access. Never leave your computer unattended while logged into
  • Report all security incidents or suspected incidents (such as improper or suspicious acts) related to systems and networks to support.
  • Safeguard system resources against waste, loss, abuse, unauthorized use or disclosure, and misappropriation.
  • Don’t process U.S. classified national security information on the system.
  • Don’t browse, search or reveal information hosted by except as required to perform your legitimate tasks or assigned duties.
  • Don’t retrieve information, or in any other way disclose information, for someone who does not have authority to access that information.
  • Don’t intentionally use a client that makes use of obsolete or insecure encryption algorithms.
  • Don’t configure your browser to ignore security warnings which may involve your connection with; report warnings that you can’t explain to support.
  • If you believe you’ve been granted more access than necessary to perform your legitimate tasks or assigned duties, immediately notify support.

If you use a account (instead of using an agency single sign-on account), you have an additional rule of behavior:

  • Don’t share your account with another person or create anonymous or group accounts. Your account is just for you.

Access to systems and networks owned by is governed by, and subject to, all federal laws, including, but not limited to, the Privacy Act, 5 U.S.C. 552a, if the applicable system maintains individual Privacy Act information. Access to systems constitutes consent to the retrieval and disclosure of the information within the scope of your authorized access, subject to the Privacy Act, and applicable state and federal laws.

Please contact support if you have questions about these rules or don’t understand them.