Treasury Single Sign-On UserID and Password authentication allows a
user to login using a userid (UID) and the associated password.
For assistance with UserID & Password authentication issues, please contact the Bureau of the Fiscal Service IT Service Desk at (304) 480-7777.
If you have a card reader attached to your workstation, you are
ready for two-factor authentication into Treasury SSO.
You may use any authorized agency-provided HSPD-12 Personal Identity Verification (PIV) Card or DoD Common Access Card (CAC).
PIV/CAC logins are more secure and faster than the single-factor User ID and Password mechanism and should be used whenever possible.
Treasury Single Sign-On RSA SecurID authentication uses a hardware
"token" to facilitate 2-factor authentication, when PIV
authentication is not possible.
The RSA SecurID token generates an authentication code at fixed intervals (usually 60 seconds)
using a built-in clock and the card's factory-encoded random key (known as the "seed").
Treasury SSO now supports federated partner logins. For participants, this means that you may use your agency login in place of Treasury ID and password. Click on your agency button and Treasury SSO will route you through your agency authenticator. If you are already logged in at your agency, you will be connected directly to Treasury SSO without further prompt. Otherwise, you will be prompted for your agency credentials. If you exclusively use this feature for Treasury SSO login, you no longer need to periodically update your Treasury SSO password.