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Authorized Users

DI2E Dev Tools and Storefront access is only available to U.S. citizens.

If you are not a government employee (i.e. you are not registering for an account with your .mil email address), then you MUST provide a government sponsor on your account request form.

If you are a government employee, then you can enter your own information in the sponsor fields.

Authentication

Users can use username/password to access the DI2E Dev Tools and Storefront, but many can also be accessed with a valid CAC/ECA certificate.

Reset Password

Users can reset their account password by going to idam.di2e.net and following the instructions

Requesting an account

Requesting a DI2E account is a 2-step process.

Decide how you want to provide proof of U.S. Citizenship using the tabs here and then submit your request using our online form.

*For DoD cleared individuals*


  • Logon to DI2E IdAM using your DoD CAC. Click the Log In button in the "Log In With CAC / ECA" area. 
  • If your CAC is accepted, our IdAM system will help you create a DI2E account, including a complex, strong password that you can use in lieu of your CAC. At the end of the process, you will receive an email with your account details. Please save / protect that information.

Please check your email junk folder if you don't receive an automated message.

You MUST be in JPAS to select this option.

If you don't know ASK YOUR FSO!


 

  • Selecting "JPAS" as your "Source of citizenship".

You must Request an Account PRIOR to your FSO submitting a JPAS visit request.

  • Ask your security office to pass your U.S. Citizenship information to us via JPAS using the information below. Please make certain requests are submitted as individual requests and your security office specifies the purpose as DI2E Framework Access.

    • SMO CODE: 4ZTT65
    • Destination: Volant Associates 
    • Address:15049 Conference Center Dr. STE 230 Chantilly, VA 20151
    • POC: David Treat
    • Purpose:DI2E Framework access
    • Security POC: Matt Robles  (phone: 703-652-9227, matt.robles@volant-associates.com)

*For cleared individuals*


On an UNCLASSIFIED system,  

  • Selecting "IC/DoD PKI" as your "Source of citizenship".
  • Choose a or b below:

    a. Using your Intelligence Community (IC) PKI certificate, send a digitally signed email from a JWICS network to DI2E-Accounts@nro.ic.gov - Please note that this email address will not be reachable from an unclassified network.

    b. Using your DoD/IC PKI certificate, send a digitally signed email from a SIPR/SECNET network to DI2E-Accounts@nro.smil.mil – Please note that this email address will not be reachable from an unclassified network.

      1. Please note: Outlook and Webmail generally do not automagically sign your email for you. You must select this option when digitally signing the message with your PKI certificate.

  • State you are requesting an unclassified DI2E account. Please provide your full name and unclassified email account you will use in the unclassified DI2E account request.

In-Person Citizenship Verification in Chantilly, VA

*For cleared AND uncleared individuals*

  • Selecting "In-Person" as your "Source of citizenship".

You must Request an Account FIRST


  • Please call/email ahead of time to make sure that Matt Robles will be available when you plan to arrive. 

    Phone: 703-652-9227

    Email: matt.robles@volant-associates.com

    • In-Person appointment schedule is as follows:

      TimesM - F 10:00 AMM - F 2:00 PM
      Location

      Company: Volant Associates 

      Address: 15049 Conference Center Dr. STE 230 Chantilly, VA 20151

      Company: Volant Associates 

      Address: 15049 Conference Center Dr. STE 230 Chantilly, VA 20151

  • You MUST bring the following: 

    Recommended: Passport & Government issued Drivers License

    1. Two forms of photo identification

      Proof of Citizenship for U.S. Citizens


      Second Form of Photo Identification

      Must have one of the followingANDCurrent photo ID issued by a federal, state, or local governmentORSecondary Photo ID
      • Current, valid U.S. Passport (also qualifies as one of the required photo IDs)
      • Birth certificate issued by a government entity within the US or its territories
      • Certificate of Naturalization
      • FS-240 Consular Report
      • DS-1350 Certification of Report of Birth.
      • Certificate of Citizenship


      Examples- This list is not exhaustive. You may use any current photo ID issued by a federal state, or local government.

      • Current, valid driver’s license (U.S. only)
      • Government-issued photo identity card or badge (U.S. only)
      • U.S. DOD CAC Card



      Non-Exhaustive List of Examples:

      • Valid or expired passport (U.S. only)
      • Valid or expired driver’s license (U.S. only)
      • Government-issued photo identity card or badge (U.S. only)
      • U.S. DOD CAC Card
      • Student photo ID
      • Official photo identity card or badge from your company or institution
      • Credit card (with photo)

Phone: 703-652-9227

Email: matt.robles@volant-associates.com

Company: Volant Associates 

Address: 15049 Conference Center Dr. STE 230 Chantilly, VA 20151

*For cleared AND uncleared individuals*


  • See ECA Certificate Details below for more info on how to obtain an ECA

  • Logon to DI2E IdAM using your DoD ECA certificate. Click the Log In button in the "Log In With CAC / ECA" area.
  • If your CAC/ECA certificate is accepted, our IdAM system will help you create a DI2E account, including a complex, strong password that you can use in lieu of your CAC/ECA. At the end of the process, you will receive an email with your account details. Please save / protect that information.

Please check your email junk folder if you don't receive an automated message.

 Click here to expand...ECA Certificate Details

Overview

Details on ECA Certificates is provided by DISA and can be found here: http://iase.disa.mil/pki/eca/Pages/index.aspx

 

The DI2E Dev Tool environment accepts ECA Certificates for user authentication.  Key things about ECA Certificates that should be noted:

  • ECA Certificates can only be issued by certain provides (see ECA Providers)
  • Unlike CAC cards which are considered multi-factor, ECA certificates are only considered a single factor and thus an additional method must be used for multi-factor authentication
  • Users may register new accounts using an ECA certificate

Supported ECA Providers

The DoD has established the External Certification Authority (ECA) program to support the issuance of DoD-approved certificates to industry partners and other external entities and organizations. The ECA program is designed to provide the mechanism for these entities to securely communicate with the DoD and authenticate to DoD Information Systems.

The approved ECA providers are listed in the table below:

Vendor Name

Website

Name of Recommended Certificate

Operational Research Consultants, Inc. (ORC)

http://www.eca.orc.com/

Medium Assurance Identity and Encryption Certificate

IdenTrust, Inc.

http://www.identrust.com/certificates/eca/index.html

ECA Medium Assurance

In IdenTrust, choose "No ECA Agency Affiliation is required".

ECA Token Formats

There are a variety of different ECA token formats.  DI2E supports the following:

Token FormatTypeComments
Medium AssuranceSoftwareRecommended for customers needing access to DI2E Dev Tools.
Medium Token AssuranceHardwareCan be used to access Dev Tools but will require hardware token as well.
Medium Hardware AssuranceHardwareCan be used to access Dev Tools but will require hardware token as well.

Once citizenship has been verified by completing one of the methods above, your DI2E account credentials will be sent to you via email.

If you have any questions, please use the "Open an issue" link at the top of the page or contact our support team.