Electronic Turn in Document (ETID) Overview

DLA Disposition Services has developed a web-based Electronic Turn-in Document (ETID). It is an electronic method for preparing a disposal turn-in document (DD Form 1348-1A). The intent of the web-based document is to simplify and improve the turn-in process. It was designed for generators who manually prepare their turn-in documents.

ETID eliminates the handwritten preparation of the DD Form 1348-1A, making it faster and easier to turn property in to DLA Disposition Services. ETID also pre-populates a large portion of the required information automatically when there is a National Stock Number (NSN) item. Additionally, ETID helps to properly facilitate a valid turn-in and drastically reduces the likelihood of a rejection.

New to ETID? Here's how to get started

Gaining Access via AMPS

Access is managed by AMPS, the Account Management and Provisioning System

To begin: navigate to the AMPS Website and select the "Click HERE for Access to AMPS" Link.

Click "OK" on the following pop-up page.

On the following page click "First Time User? Click Here to Register"


Select your user type:

  • DLA, DOD employee, DOD Contractor, or US Military personnel select Federal Agency User/ Contractor.

  • Select Public if you are General Public, State and local government, or Federal Agency other than DOD.


Read and accept the DLA Privacy Act Statement page.

Enter all of your information next to the asterisks (required fields) and then click "Next".


Select three security questions and type in your answers. Then create a password. Please make sure you follow the rules listed to the right. Once you are finished click "Next".


On the following page, verify that all the provided information is correct and click the "Create Account" button. You will then receive your username. Make sure to save this. Now click "Login to AMPS" link to use your newly created account with provided username.


Once a user has created their account in AMPS, they now need to request the one required Role to gain access to the ETIDWeb System (DLA Disposition Prod – ETID Customer DDS-514).

Once back at the login screen, enter in the provided UserID and Password and click "Login".


On the main AMPS Page, click "Request Role" and click "Accept".


Verify all your information is correct and click "Next". If your information is not correct please correct it and then click "Next".


Click "DLA Enterprise Applications" and the roles will show down below .

If requesting access for ETID: Select "DLA Disposition Prod - ETID Customer DDS-514" from the left and move it over to the right by clicking the arrow pointing to the right.

If requesting access for RTD: Select "DLA Disposition Prod - RTD Customer DDS-413" from the left and move it over to the right by clicking the arrow pointing to the right.

Then click "Next".

Type in your justification for the role request. Then click "Next" in the upper right hand corner


Verify that all of the information presented is correct, and then click the "Submit" button.


Two emails will then be received.

The first will be a notification of the role submittal.

The second will be a notification that the role request has been approved.

When the second email is received, wait about 1 hour before trying to sign into the RTD application, but not more than 8 hours. Otherwise, a password reset may be required.

Also, if an error message, such as "User Authentication Failed" is received when trying to log into the RTD Web External Business Portal, a password reset in AMPS will be required.

Once this has been completed, please proceed to Step Two, registering an account

ETID Account

ETID Accounts are managed by the DLA Enterprise External Business Portal

To begin: Navigate to the ETID Website and select the "DLA Enterprise External Business Portal" Link.


If you have a CAC Card, select your email certificate, click ‘OK’ and enter your PIN if prompted. If you do not have a CAC Card, you will be prompted for your USER ID & password.


Select the Disposition Services tab on the top of the screen

Then select the ETID link on the left hand side of the page


When you access ETID the first time, you will need to register your account. Click the link "If you are a New User of ETID and would like to register click here."


New users need to create an ETID profile during registration. The account must be activated before you can use the ETID system. Complete the required profile information in the webform. Note: users who turn-in hazardous property (and are certified to do so) should select "yes" in the "Other Information" block.


New users must establish their DODAAC Associations for Turn In as part of their profile. This establishes the "Ship From" DODAAC and the "Ship To" DODAAC. You may enter multiple associations. Enter your activity’s DoDAAC and the turn in Disposition Services Site DODAAC in your profile. Profiles can be updated at anytime.

Click Submit at bottom when finished.


Once activated, this is the ETID Customer Home Page. Customers can update their profile. First time customers should verify that their profile is complete.

 This is the customer profile. Ensure your profile information is accurate. Profiles can be updated anytime. To turn in hazardous property, answer "Yes" to the Certified for Hazardous Turn‐in question. Click Save at bottom when finished.

Already have an account? Learn more about ETIDs

Learn more about the applications related to ETIDs

Creating DTIDs for hazardous property

The Hazardous Waste Module has migrated from ETID and moved into the new Hazardous Materials Management System (HMMS). ETID will no longer be able to process automatic hazardous waste turn-ins

Users will need to create an account in AMPs and request the new role for HMMS to be able to turn-in hazardous waste. View instructions on creating an AMPs account (PDF).

Once the log in information has been provided, users can access HMMS and enter in their information.

Training for HWPS - 1348 Online Training Guide (PDF)

For assistance with ETIDs

Access issues (error messages encountered when accessing ETID)

DISA Global Service Desk
Toll Free: 844-DISA-HLP (844-347-2457)
DSN: 850-0032
- Press 5, then speak or enter D-L-A
Online at: DLA Service Portal (CAC or User ID/Password required)
Email: disa.global.servicedesk.mbx.dla-ticket-request@mail.mil

Functional, navigational and policy questions

The DLA Customer Interaction Center (CIC)
Email at DLAContactCenter@dla.mil
Accessible 24 hours a day. 7 days a week.