Welcome

 

You have reached the General Services Administration (GSA) website for domain name registration for the U.S. government. Since 1997, we have been proud to manage the .gov and .fed.US top-level domains.

In order to manage .gov domains you must have a user ID and password into this system. If you do not have a user ID and password, please click on the Account tab to apply for a new account.

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 This is a U.S. General Services Administration Federal Government computer system that is "FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY." This system is subject to monitoring.  Individuals found performing unauthorized activities are subject to disciplinary action including criminal prosecution.

Several Federal Agency domains will be removed from the zone on Tuesday, 26 August, 2014 for non-payment.  If your Federal Agency domain is experiencing a service disruption please pay for the domain and call our service desk at 877-734-4688 or 703-948-0723 and email at registrar@dotgov.gov.  If you need assistance with your account, please contact the service desk.

Pursuant to the Digital Government Strategy of May 2012, the Federal Executive Branch is acting under the policy of “no new domains”.  Criteria for approving new second-level domains have been strengthened and new domains will only be granted on an exception basis. For additional information on domain criteria and OMB waivers go to https://max.omb.gov/community/x/a5iZJQ.

Please go to Max and submit your waiver. Once it is approved, send forward your "approved" e-mail to Yvette Gibson at yvette.gibson@gsa.gov and we will continue with the processing of your request.

If you have submitted your waiver request to OMB and are still waiting a response, you should contact Haley Van Dyck at egov@omb.eop.gov.

If you have already received approval from OMB, please forward that to Yvette Gibson at yvette.gibson@gsa.gov and we will complete the processing of your registration request.

Determine if your .gov domain name is signed with DNSSEC using DNSSEC Analyzer.