U.S. Digital Registry for Federal Agencies
Federal agencies must:
OMB Memo M-17-06
To help confirm the validity of official U.S. Government digital platforms, within 60 days of the publication date of the Memorandum, agencies must register their public-facing digital services such as social media, collaboration accounts, mobile apps and mobile websites, with the U.S. Digital Registry--“Policies for Federal Agency Public Websites and Digital Services.” See (10. Comply with Third-Party Website and Application Requirements)
Register and Manage Accounts
You must have a Login.gov account to register and manage accounts in the U.S. Digital Registry. Login.gov accounts are available to federal government employees and contractors with a valid .gov, .mil, or .fed.us email address.
- On the U.S. Digital Registry.
- Find the “Federal Accounts Sign in with Login.gov” link in the upper right. You’ll be brought to the Login.gov log in page for the U.S. Digital Registry.
If you already have a Login.gov account with your government email address, you won’t have to do anything else. Just use that account information to gain access.
If you don’t already have a Login.gov account with your government email address, follow the instructions on the log in page to create an account.
Need assistance? Email the firstname.lastname@example.org
Notice: To help ensure that accounts listed in the U.S. Digital Registry are current, all entries that have not been updated by agencies since January 1, 2017, have been archived. Archived accounts will not appear in the public-facing list and API of official, active accounts (April 19, 2018).
If your agency accounts have been archived but are still active, please log in and update these accounts to authenticate.
Have feedback or questions? Email the email@example.com