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Federal government websites often end in .gov or .mil. Before sharing sensitive information, make sure you’re on a federal government site.

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The https:// ensures that you are connecting to the official website and that any information you provide is encrypted and transmitted securely.

Logging in

This content provides best practices for logging into your various government accounts and apps. The official GSA Policy can be found here.

ENT (enterprise) login

This is your account for signing into systems administered by GSA, including your email, calendar, and Google Drive. Your ENT account name is in the form FirstnameMiddleinitialLastname (Ex: JohnASmith). For guidance on secure passwords, reference this page.

When you login with ENT while not connected to a GSA wireless network, you will be prompted to select “This is a public computer” or “This is a private computer” (see image below). You should always select “This is a private computer” unless you are logging in on a computer that’s not your government computer or a computer that you personally own (Ex: a library computer).

Ent login screen

Changing your ENT password

You must change your ENT password immediately after you start with GSA and every 90 days thereafter. This is your password for signing into systems administered by GSA, including your email, calendar, and Google Drive. Go to reset.gsa.gov to change your password.

Detailed ENT password reset instructions can be found here on InSite.

If you’re on a Mac and change your ENT password, once you log out and log back in, make sure you’re on the GSA-wireless network (not GSA-guest) so that you can re-authenticate.

Change or reset your Macbook login password

You can change the password that you use to log into your Mac or reset the password if you don’t remember it by following these instructions.

Logging into apps with your GSA Google account

Applications such as Trello, Zoom, Favro, and Circle.ci can be logged into using your GSA Google account. Just make sure that you don’t grant Google access to anything beyond basic data; “Basic Info” or “Limited Access to Data and Files” are both approved options that are considered basic data.

You can check your account permissions here.

VMware Horizon (VPN) login

VMware is utilized to access your GSA Microsoft Windows desktop. Some government sites can only be accessed through VPN.

Cisco AnyConnect login

AnyConnect is utilized as a GSA VPN client so that you can use a variety of systems that require a VPN directly from your local computer. Go here for more information on configuring this tool.


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