The Domestic Security Alliance Council (DSAC) works with ID.me to verify individuals within the national security industry for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). This article explains how to access DSAC.
DSAC requires that the email address you use with DSAC is associated with your ID.me account. Because of this requirement, the process varies slightly depending on whether you already have an ID.me account or are a new member.
Select a tab that aligns with your status—whether you already have an ID.me account or are creating an ID.me account for the first time—for complete instructions.
If you are an existing ID.me member, do not create another account.
If the email you use with DSAC is already connected to your ID.me account, follow the steps in Sign in and share your Information.
If the email address you use with DSAC is not connected to your ID.me account, you need to add it before you sign in to DSAC using ID.me
Add an email address to your ID.me account
To add the email you use with DSAC to your ID.me account:
- Sign in to your ID.me account.
- Select Profile.
- Under “Email,” select + Add Email, then enter your email address.
- Select Send verification. A confirmation message will be sent to the newly added email address.
Tip: If you don’t receive the email, check your spam folder. You can select Resend verification to send a new confirmation email.
Select the link in the email to confirm this email address.
After you have confirmed the email, it displays in the “Profile” tab of your account.
Sign in and share your information
If you are an existing ID.me member, do not create another account. Instead, sign in to DSAC and consent to share your verified identity information.
- Start at DSAC.gov, go to the PORTAL LOGIN, and select Sign in with ID.me.
- Sign in with your ID.me account and complete multi-factor authentication (MFA).
- If required, follow the prompts to provide any additional information.
- From the Authorize screen, review the information that the DSAC will receive and then select Allow to consent to share that information with them.
For steps to verify your identity, visit Verifying for DSAC.
Do you have multiple ID.me accounts?
If you already created a duplicate ID.me account using your work email address or another email address that you own, follow the steps in Removing an email address from a duplicate account to make your email address available to add to your original ID.me account.
Who to contact for support
Who you need to contact for help depends on if you completed the verification process or not.
ID.me can help if you have trouble with the identity verification process. Common issues include:
- Account sign-in issues
- Uploading identification documents or selfies
- Fixing documents that were rejected
They can best help with questions and next steps after you complete the verification process. For example, you may have questions about benefits or services you verified for. Before contacting them:
- Confirm your verification was successful
- Confirm you shared your information with the partner
- Review our best practices and sample messages of how to request help from ID.me partners