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Starting on June 27, 2024, account holders logging onto the U.S. International Trade Commission’s (USITC) Electronic Document Information System (EDIS), the repository for all documents filed in relation to an investigation, will be prompted to use credentials to complete the sign-in process. The service is being integrated because it provides multi-factor authentication, a requirement mandated in Executive Order 14028 “Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity.” Users will be able to either use their existing account or create an account using an email address and a password. is being widely adopted within the U.S. government for use when logging in to web applications. Integrating the service with EDIS is part of USITC’s continuing efforts to add new functionality and security enhancements to EDIS and improve the user experience. Advantages for EDIS users include the ability to use the same username and password to access multiple U.S. government websites and enhanced security. 

Please visit our webpage Information on Using on EDIS to learn more about this change and how to prepare for it.

Integration of also closely follows another important change to EDIS that the USITC implemented based on user feedback. Users can now assign delegated authority to up to four colleagues who are registered EDIS-account holders. Delegated users will be able to file on behalf of the primary user and will also be able to access all items in the primary user’s service inbox. Visit our recent web article "New EDIS Feature: Assign Delegate Authority To Up To Four Colleagues!" to find out more.

Questions about or about assigning delegated authority? Need assistance in preparing for logging in to EDIS after the transition to Please contact