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Profile Management

Go to the Log In Page and enter your Username and Password. On the next page, choose the option to Change Your Password. You will be required to re-enter your password.

If you have forgotten your password, use the Forgot Password page.

Go to the Log In Page and enter your Username and Password. On the next page, choose the option to Edit Your Profile. You will be required to re-enter your password.

Username/Password Recovery

You should access the Logon Recovery function. You will be prompted to enter the Username you used when you created your DWD/Wisconsin Logon. You also have the option to recover using your email address or phone number.

Your Logon may be locked if you entered an incorrect Username or Password when logging in, or your Username has expired.

If you are denied access due to an expired DWD/Wisconsin Logon or a "disabled Logon", contact the IT Solutions Center.


Click the Create a Logon. Once you submit the form, you will be required to confirm either your phone number or email address. Your DWD/Wisconsin Logon is not activated until this process is completed. NOTE: If you don't use your Logon for 26 months it may be deleted without warning, following security best practices. If you need a Logon after the original is deleted, you will need to create a new Logon and request the required access.

This is a personal Logon which you may use for different purposes, so enter your own name, not the business name or your boss's name. If you will be using your DWD/Wisconsin Logon for your work, there will be an additional step later that will connect your Logon with that business or organization.

Refer to the Terms and Conditions for an explanation of the policies regarding the information collected.

If you are unable to logon, you will need to provide the answer to your security question in order to get access to your Logon.

Having a valid DWD/Wisconsin Logon is one of two steps necessary to access secured Web applications. You must also have permission to access that particular Web application.

You will need to contact the program area (i.e. Worker's Compensation, Unemployment Insurance, Random Moment Sampling "RMS" Administrator, etc.), to request access to their application.

Currently there is no way to disable your Logon. However a program area can disable your access to their application. Contact the program area if you would like your Logon disabled.

If you connect to the Internet by a proxy server, contact your network administrator or your Internet Service Provider (ISP) to ensure that cookies are not filtered out at the proxy. If they are, you will not be able to access some State Web applications.

For immediate assistance contact the IT Solutions Center..