ASSIST Website Address Changes Announced

By ASSIST Service Desk | October 19, 2018

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October 2018 --

The ASSIST Quick Search website has moved to a new secure website at ASSIST Quick Search. Please update your bookmarks and favorites to reflect these changes and to ensure access to specifications and standards developed and used by DOD.  Although the connection is more secure, users may experience difficulties accessing the website because their browser fails to recognize the certificate for the new website. 

If you receive the message "This connection is not private" or “This site may not be safe,“ the website is, in fact, safe. You may still visit the new website. 

For the message: "This connection is not private," take the following steps:

1. Click on "Show details" to get to the next screen.

2. Once at the next screen,  click on the "visit this website” link. 

Should you need additional assistance, please call the DSP Automation Office (DSPAO), ASSIST Service Desk at 215-737-8000, assisthelp@dla.mil.




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