The Internal Revenue Service utilizes IdenTrust certificates to authenticate their External Trading Partners for data exchange.
Medium Assurance certificates are the only method of authentication approved by the IRS for use with the Secure Data Transfer System.
IdenTrust, who had been providing certificates for several years to use with IRS systems, provides the easiest and most reliable way to obtain digital certificates.
Based on IRS instructions, IdenTrust offers IdenTrust Global Common (IGC) certificates for this application.
Customers have provided written and verbal feedback on their high level of satisfaction based on our superb customer service.
Choosing Your Certificate
The IRS Secure Data Transfer application can accept IdenTrust Global Common (IGC) certificates.
- IGC Medium Assurance certificates can be used with this program.
- Require that the applicant provide proof of identity and proof of organization affiliation.
- For your convenience, IGC certificates can be purchased with or without a storage device (Smart card or USB token) according to your preference.
- Foreign Nationals residing in countries on our approved IGC Foreign Country List may apply for IGC Medium Assurance certificates
- We offer IdenTrust Global Common (IGC) Device certificates if non-TLS/SSL protection is required.
Simply select BUY NOW and the IdenTrust Certificate Selection Wizard will assist you in choosing a certificate that is accepted by the IRS MEF E-File system and will also meet your business needs.
If purchasing a large volume of certificates for your company, please contact Sales@identrust.com as further discounts may apply.
Please note: ONLY THE SUBSCRIBER OF THE CERTIFICATE SHOULD HAVE EXCLUSIVE USE - THE DIGITAL CERTIFICATE IS YOUR FORM OF IDENTIFICATION, SIMILAR TO YOUR PASSPORT OR DRIVERS LICENSE. Under the Certificate Policies governing the issuance and use of certificates offered by IdenTrust, it is our responsibility as an Authorized Certification Authority to revoke the certificate in a case of loss or disclosure of the private key (Password) to anyone other than the subscriber.