A Common Access Card is required for access. AMPS is best viewed in current versions of Internet Explorer and Firefox browsers.
The Account Management and Provisioning System (AMPS) can set up your access to computer application resources or provide information to a provisioner for manual setup. Access is based on the approval of your request for one or more application roles. Application users, both internal (civilians, military, and contractors) and external (vendors, public), can have AMPS accounts that enable them to submit requests for these roles. When a role is approved, the user has access to the application resource
AMPS is NOT a portal to any application. Having an account in AMPS enables you to request an application role, submit and track the request, and receive a notification when the request is granted. Access to any requested application is provided through the application itself or through the portal provided by the sponsoring organization.
If you cannot authenticate your identity with a smart card, you can still obtain an AMPS account to request roles relevant to the business you want to conduct with either of these organizations.
Learn how to register for an account (PDF)
Reutilization, Transfer or Donation (RTD) application customers should reference the RTD AMPS instructions for RTD-specific directions.
Hazardous Material Management System-Performance Oriented Packaging (HMMS-POP) application customers should reference the HMMS-POP instructions for HMMS-POP-specific directions.
Follow the three steps below before trying to access the following DLA applications for the first time:
Accounts are handled via AMPS. Other methods of applications will no longer be accepted. Follow these steps to obtain access to the above applications.
If you are experiencing consistent errors, we're here to help. Check the following help guides for guidance on how to resolve or work around common issues:
While most computers automatically recognize public Certification Authorities (CAs) that are trusted to validate the identity of the secure (HTTPS) websites, many .MIL sites are verified through private DoD CAs whose certificates require manual installation by a local system administrator. IT departments within the DoD typically install and update these certificates for their employees automatically, but there are occasions that updates do not reach all user workstations and a manual installation becomes necessary.
Non-DoD agencies, private sector organizations and home users do not typically have DoD CA certificates installed on their computers and will more than likely be required to complete the steps on the Defense Acquisition University (DAU) guide in order to access many DLA resources.
For general assistance, call the DISA Global Service Desk at:
If you are unsure of what role to request or have questions in regards to user registration and user role request for a specific application, please send an email to one of the following: