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SAN Login & FAQs

The Security Assistance Network (SAN)

The Security Assistance Network (SAN) is a portal through which the Security Cooperation - Training Management System (SC-TMS). The SAN is for use by Security Cooperation Offices (SCOs), Combatant Commands (CCMDs), MILDEPs, DSCA, DFAS, DoD schoolhouses, Regional Centers (RCs), and other organizations involved in security coopteration international military training.

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Security Assistance Network (SAN)

I get an error when accessing the SAN login page. What do I do?

When accessing the SAN login page, if you receive an error page "The security certificate presented by this website was not issued by a trusted certificate authority" while attempting to log on to the SANWeb, you will need to update your Internet browser's certificates. Complete instructions for doing this are available by clicking the link entitled Certificate Instructions below.

Certificate Instructions

What is the SAN Web URL address?
san.dsca.mil/SANweb

How do i get access to the SAN?
For instructions on how to request a SAN account, go to the SAN login page and click the link titled "How to Request a SANweb Account"

Do I have to change my SAN password? When? How?
Your SAN password does need to be changed at least every 60 days. To change your password, log into the SAN and click User Information > Change Your Password and Other User Info. Enter your new password in the Password field. Confirm the new password in the Confirm Password field. Click Save/Submit. Your password must be 9-15 characters in length and must contain at least two each of the following: upper-case, lower-case, numerals and special characters). You will receive an e-mail notification 10 days before your password will expire.

Can I register my Common Access Card (CAC) with the SAN?
Yes, once you have been given an SAN account, there are instructions on the log in page for how to register your CAC with the SAN. Once you register your CAC with the SAN, you may use your CAC and CAC pin to log in instead of the username and password. However, it is recommended that you still update your Password every 60 days to keep it active in case you are at a computer that does not have a CAC reader.

Are there instrctions for SAN User Adminstrators, to show them how to accomplish user registration?
Yes. Log into the SAN and click Libraries > General > SAN User Group Administrator User's Guide - 30 Apr 2014



SCIP Login & FAQs

The Security Cooperation Information Portal (SCIP)

was established by the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) to enable International Customers, customer agents, and United States Government personnel, with appropriate permissions, to access a variety of features, which are gathered into "Communities". Some Communities provide the ability to: (1) view Foreign Military Sales (FMS) case, line, requisition, and Supply Discrepancy Report (SDR)-level information obtained daily from all U.S. Military Department (MILDEP) Case Execution systems and the tri-service Case Development system (DSAMS); and (2) input a variety of FMS MILSTRIP and MILSTRIP-like transactions, which are partially validated in the SCIP, and then passed directly to the appropriate MILDEP Case Execution system for processing. For more information about SCIP and SCIP Communities, please review the SCIP Background.

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SCIP Training: Security Cooperation Information Portal (SCIP)

Is there a point of contact where I can get further information or assistance on the SCIP system?
Yes. Email dsca.sciphelp@mail.mil

What DSCA policy memos outline the procedures for requestion and inital issue and follow-on replacemtn of SCIP tokens?
The relevant policy memos are DSCA 03-11, DSCA 06-30. You can find them on the DSCA home page at www.dsca.mil/samm

Exactly what is the Security Cooperation Information Portal (SCIP)?
Essentially, the Security Cooperation Information Portal is a system that uses powerful search engines to pull in data from a variety of current Security Cooperation systems. Thus, it provides access to current international logistics and financial management information from the DSAMS, DIFS, CISIL, MISIL, SAMIS, and CMCS systems.

Who are the primary users of SCIP?
Any FMS case manager who has need of FMS case information will be interested in the SCIP system. Certainly all of our overseas Security Cooperation Offices (SCOs) who have established FMS cases will want to use the system. This is the first time that a viable system has been made available for their use.

What is the SCIP URL address?
The SCIP URL address is www.scportal.us

Do I need special software on my PC to access the SCIP?
No. All you need is a web browser such as Edge, Firefox or Chrome.

I've tried going to internet sites with a ".mil" address. Sometimes I get there, but many times I get various error messages saying I'm not allowed access. Will I have the same problem accessing SCIP?
This is another very good advantage of the SCIP system. It is at a .us address and you will not be blocked by the usual .mil firewall.

Where can I get more information about SCIP and SCIP Communities?
To get more information about SCIP and SCIP Communities, please review the the following documents:

International SAN (ISAN)

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International SAN (ISAN)

What is the International Security Assistance Network (ISAN)?
The ISAN is a portal on the internet that allows access to the Partner Security Cooperation -Training Management System (P SC-TMS) which allows Partner Nation individuals, working with the Security Cooperation Office (SCO), to view their Standardized Training List (STL) and the Training – Military Articles and Services Listing (T-MASL).

What is the ISAN URL address?
The ISAN URL address is https://san.dsca.mil/iSAN/

How do I get an ISAN account?
The SCO in country must sponsor the Partner Nation user for an ISAN account by submitting an ISAN Account request to DSCU through the SAN. For the SCO to sponsor and request an ISAN account for a Partner Nation User the SCO must follow the below steps.

  • Log into the SAN
  • Hover over User Information
  • Select, Request New ISAN User
  • Fill out the form and submit it

Be prepared to define what access the Partner Nation user is to have:

  • Access to STL data (for a specific military service only or all services)
  • Access to T-MASL data, and which price categories apply to your country.

DSCU will create the account and send the information to the Partner Nation user.

Do I have to change my ISAN password? When? How?
Your ISAN password does need to be changed at least every 60 days. To change your password:

  1. Log into the ISAN and click User Information, and then Change Your Password and Other User Info.
  2. Enter your new password in the Password field. Your password must be 9-15 characters in length and must contain at least two each of the following: upper-case, lower-case, numerals and special characters.
  3. Confirm the new password in the Confirm Password field.
  4. Click Save/Submit

You will receive an e-mail notification 10 days before your password will expire.

Is there a course of instruction that teaches the use of the ISAN?
The DSCU International Partner Security Coopteration Finance and Training Management Course (IPTN-202) (T-MASL D178270) will provide instruction on the use of the I-SAN and Partner SC-TMS.