SecureAccess Washington provides self-administered single sign-on access to multiple agency applications, shields online services from harmful activity, and allows access only to known users.
To use a service or application protected by SecureAccess Washington, you must provide a user ID and password – its authentication mechanism. The agency owner of the service is responsible for allowing or denying access and for verifying individuals' identities.
Some agencies use SecureAccess Washington to provide selective access to their online documents or services. Examples of these documents and services include Paid Family Medical Leave, SEBB MyAccount, and Driver License Renewals.
Single sign-on for individuals doing business with Washington state provides ease of use for end-users by reducing the number of accounts and logins to state resources. State security policy for authentication is easily enforced on the single identity provider of SecureAccess Washington, which is centrally controlled by Washington state.
- Agency applications hosted in the cloud must be able to integrate via SAML 2.0.
- Use of WaTech F5 services may also be required for reverse proxy if the agency application is SGN hosted but wishes to use SAML 2.0 as the integration method.
- Agency use of SAW’s reverse proxy for applications hosted within the SGN is aided by a developer's guide provided by the SGS team.
SecureAccess Washington is part of a security allocation fee charged to all state agencies.
|SecureAccess Washington for partner agencies that are included in the monthly Security Gateway allocation||No additional cost|
|SecureAccess Washington for partner agencies not included in the monthly Security Gateway allocation with more than 50 FTEs||$1,500/mo. base fee plus a per-FTE fee and a per-application fee|
|SecureAccess Washington for partner agencies not included in the monthly Security Gateway allocation with less than 50 FTEs||$500/mo. base fee and a per-application fee|
|One-time set-up fee||Five (5) percent of the monthly fee|
Services not provided by the Security Gateway allocation (add-ons). To order add-ons or request more information, please submit a ticket to Secure Gateway Services.
|External identity verification (IDV) also known as Knowledge Based Authentication (KBA) for use with multi-factor authentication.||99 cents per transaction|
How to Order:
Terms of Service (TOS)
Please submit a request through the online Terms of Service Agreement form: SecureAccess Washington Service Terms of Service and application