First, the organization's designated Application Coordinator applies for a user ID by completing and submitting the FHA Subsidiary Ledger Registration form. Each organization can have up to two Application Coordinators that maintain user IDs for the entire organization. When the registration process is completed, a letter containing the Application Coordinator's user ID is mailed to the organization's President or Chief Executive Officer.
Once the Application Coordinator receives a user ID, other employees of the organization (Standard Users) can use the FHA Subsidiary Ledger Registration form to apply for their own user IDs. When the employee's registration is successfully completed, an FHA Connection ID is generated. An e-mail message is sent to the e-mail address provided on the employee's registration form indicating that an FHA Connection user ID was issued. If an ID was not issued, an explanation is provided. The Application Coordinator obtains the FHA Connection ID issued for the employee and discloses it to the employee.
The Application Coordinator can
update nonsecure employee information, reset passwords, and terminate a Standard
User ID when applicable. Send an e-mail to email@example.com if secure information
(i.e., Social Security Number or Mother's Maiden Name) must be corrected or a
terminated ID reinstated.
Note: The FHA Connection user ID is a unique identification number assigned specifically to an individual within an organization. Sharing the ID is prohibited.
FHA Subsidiary Ledger Registration - Processing
FHA Subsidiary Ledger Registration Page - Field Descriptions
FHA Subsidiary Ledger Registration Results Page - Field Descriptions
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