How to Access Drupal

What is Drupal?

ACF has built its website using Drupal like many other companies and federal agencies. Drupal is a scalable, open-source platform for web content management and digital experiences. It offers significant flexibility with built in features and module extensions to meet any number of content strategy needs and goals to maximize positive user experiences.   That flexibility helps us "future-proof" content so we can adapt and share content not only through desktop browsers, but mobile devices, apps, third-party sites, social networks and more. Learn more about Drupal features and benefits Visit disclaimer page

Like any other system sharing government information and content, we must take steps to secure ACF's Drupal content management system (CMS). Although Drupal is designed with security in mind applying strong coding standards and a rigorous community code review process, the ACF digital team must ensure only trained and authorized users access our CMS.

Accessing Drupal

The digital team oversees access to the Drupal content management system (CMS) to ensure only trained and authorized users can create and edit web content for their program office.

Logging In

How to log in to ACF's website.

Two-Factor Authentication

Two-Factor Authentication (TFA), also known as 2FA or 2-Step Verification, strengthens security by requiring two methods to verify your identity.