Our DSCSA Certification Certification Capabilities »

Federal Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) traceability requirements became mandatory in 2015, marking the beginning of the journey to lot-level management, product serialization, and finally item-level traceability in the healthcare supply chain. This portal will allow you to certify that your data conforms to GS1 US Healthcare Implementation Guideline: Applying GS1 Standards for DSCSA and Traceability, Release 1.2.
The Guideline is based on EPCIS Specification, a GS1 Standard that enables supply chain partners to capture event information about supply chain events (e.g., shipped; received; etc.), and to share that information with their trading partners securely and in near real-time.

Note: DSCSA Certification currently requires conformance with version 1.2 of the EPCIS standards.

If you have an existing DSCSA Certification membership, you can sign in by selecting Login, above. If you do not have an existing membership, you can register by selecting Registration. In addition to some basic information, you will need the name, email address, and telephone number of accounting, business and technical contacts at your company.

To begin DSCSA certification testing, you will need a Global Location Number (GLN) for your company. To acquire GLNs, contact your local GS1 office. GS1 contact information is available from GS1 Contacts