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Multi-Factor Authentication

Beginning December 4, USAC will add multi-factor authentication (MFA) to increase the security of most Universal Service Fund (USF) IT applications. MFA helps safeguard access to data and applications, and provides additional security by requiring a second form of user authentication. This complies with both Federal and FCC information security guidelines.

*Note: E-rate applicant systems including the E-rate Productivity Center and the Invoicing System will add MFA in 2020. EPC applicants should follow current login processes.  A full list of USF systems using MFA can be found here.

Learn more about the MFA process: