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DOCLINE Update | Authentication Renovation: NIH iTrust “Login” Portal changing

Posted by on July 14th, 2020 Posted in: DOCLINE

The NIH iTrust portal
used for DOCLINE sign in
will be replaced on Monday, July 20, 2020

This post was originally published on the National DOCLINE Coordination Office Blog

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) user authentication (Login) portal has been updated to make it easier to access NIH resources, including DOCLINE. This completely revised sign in page will be introduced July 20.

This new web page (Figure 1) will replace the existing login page (Figure 2). Users should continue to log in as they did previously.

Figure 1: New NIH Login

New NIH Login Screen

“Account Types” number size descends by count of users. 

Please Note! After successfully signing into DOCLINE with one account type or method, users can NO LONGER use a different sign in method to access DOCLINE. Login.gov is available but is not fully supported for DOCLINE. Only the indicated methods are supported.

Little or no user impact is anticipated at this time.

Figure 2: Old NIH Login

Current iTrust Log in screen

Questions about DOCLINE? See the DOCLINE System home page for quick tour videos, FAQs and more.

Contact your Coordinator for help using the system.

Write to the Help Desk with feedback or to report technical issues.

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