NAMS -- NASA’s New Account Management System
All NASA HQ Employees
January 23, 2008
In early December 2007, the Agency implemented the NASA Account Management System (NAMS) at NASA Headquarters. This new application is the Agency’s centralized system for requesting and maintaining accounts for NASA IT systems and applications.
Initially, Headquarters users will only use NAMS to request access to a few Agency applications. All other requests will be processed through Check In Check Out as usual. A list of the applications managed in NAMS is posted on the NAMS@HQ Web page. All HQ and Agency applications will be integrated into NAMS in a phased approach over the next year or two. Eventually, access and deactivation requests for all applications will be processed through NAMS.
As previously announced, all requests for Integrated Enterprise Management Program (IEMP) applications are now processed in NAMS. The NHQ Form 1700, previously required for IEMP access requests, is now largely obsolete, and intended only for access requests of people outside of NASA.
NAMS Training Options
Half-hour informational sessions are available beginning February 5 to introduce you to NAMS and answer any questions you may have. Please view the training schedule and attend a session convenient for you. Pre-registration is not required. In addition, online training is now available in SATERN. You will find instructions for accessing online NAMS training on the NAMS@HQ Web page.
Visit the NAMS@HQ Web page to learn more about NAMS at Headquarters.
If you need assistance using NAMS, contact the Enterprise Service Desk (ESD) at 358-HELP (4357), 1-866-4NASAHQ (462-7247), mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org, or http://www.odin.lmit.com/hq/helpdesk/servreqform.cfm.