Overview

The Identity Agent Program supports departmental use of NetID accounts. The program relies on selected staff, designated by authorized departmental officials, to act as trusted authorities for NetIDs. Upon completion of all training requirements, identity agents will be given access to the NetID system to perform specific functions.

Interested HR personnel can request designation as an HR Identity Agent.

Getting Started

Designated HR Identity Agents are able to view, create and edit personnel records in the NetID Identity Management System, enabling their employees to activate NetID accounts and gain access to departmental systems on day one of employment. HR Identity Agents can also preserve NetID accounts for eligible employees who are not working full-time.

To become a designated HR Identity Agent, you must meet eligibility requirements, submit a designation request, and complete the required training courses.

Request

How to become an HR Identity Agent

To become a designated HR Identity Agent, you must meet eligibility requirements, submit a designation request and complete the required training courses.

Eligibility Requirements

  • For TAMU (02)
  • For other A&M System members
    • hold a position responsible for providing human resources services for your department

Designation Request

Fill out and submit the HR Identity Agent Designation Request Form.

Training Requirements

Complete two TrainTraq courses:

  • Export Control training (2111212)
  • HR Identity Agent training (2112334)

List of HR Identity Agents

The NetID HR Identity Agent list is available online.

Cancellation of HR Identity Agent Privileges

The department can revoke the HR Identity Agent designation at any time by submitting an HR Identity Agent Designation Request Form indicating that access should be removed.

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