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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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Managing Your Site's Users

Register for a new account, log in to make changes to an existing account, or find information on how to resolve issues accessing your account.

Find it in the Admin Center: Search.gov Home > Admin Center > YourSite > Dashboard > Manage Users

After you’ve logged in and added a site with your official government email, you can add your coworkers to your site.

You can add anyone you’d like to your site — with or without a .gov or .mil email address. Email addresses outside the .gov or .mil domains must be associated with a business. Personal emails, such as @gmail.com or @yahoo.com, are not allowed.

Add a user

In addition to a text-based indicator, we use color coding to indicate each user’s status.

Color Status
No color    Approved         
Yellow Pending email verification: user must verify their email address via the introductory email they received from our system
Yellow Pending approval: requires manual approval by the Search.gov team
Red Not approved: to regain access, the user must be manually re-approved by the Search.gov team

Pro Tip

Group accounts, using emails such as webteam@example.gov, are not allowed through our authentication provider, Login.gov. Please make sure all individuals requiring access are added separately as users.