Issue 111 - May 2021
Enhancements to myJPIA
The California JPIA has recently made enhancements to myJPIA.
A new login page is now in place to allow users access to all password-protected Authority websites. With this change, all users will now be required to have a unique email address that will serve as their username.
In addition, for new users, a new self-registration process is in place. This does not replace the user creation process currently used by training registrars throughout our membership; it augments that process. Users who select Create an Account are asked to enter their first name, last name, title, and email as is typical of these processes. Users then must also select their organization from our membership list and their department from a list supplied by the corresponding member. Should the domain of the user’s email match the domain of the member, the user is automatically given access to Authority websites. If the domain of the user’s email does not match the domain of the member, an email is sent to the member’s Agency Registrar to approve or deny the request.
Navigating from cjpia.org to access member’s memoranda of coverage, program certificates, and governing documents within myJPIA will send the user to a new site, memberportal.cjpia.org. After logging in, users will find the Member Document folders on their Organization page.
The new member portal is where member contacts are created, edited, and deactivated. A limited number of member contacts are granted security access to perform these tasks. Adding or removing roles and responsibilities for various contacts is supported to facilitate the efficient maintenance of Authority email distribution lists.
Questions and comments about these enhancements may be directed to email@example.com or 562-467-8700.< Back to Full Issue Print Article