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Site registration is available only to individual court appointed attorneys, multi-member law firms in which a member is a court appointed attorney, or a public defender. If you qualify for site registration, you must first obtain a SC Vendor Identification Number, which is issued by the SC Comptroller General's Office, and is neither a Federal Employer Identification number nor an individual Social Security number. (SCCID does not require a FEI or SSN).
 

If you work as an independent attorney, you cannot register for this site without a SC Vendor ID number.

If you work for a firm, you cannot register for this site without your firm's SC Vendor ID number.

You or your firm may already have a SC Vendor ID. Determine if you or your firm have a SC Vendor ID here:
http://webprod.cio.sc.gov/SCVendorSearch/vendorSearch.do

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If neither you nor your firm have a SC Vendor ID, apply for one here:
https://webprod.cio.sc.gov/SCVendorWeb/mainNewFrame.do

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Note: Once you apply for a SC Vendor ID, the SC Comptroller General's Office requires a 72-hour waiting period to verify your ID number. You will not be notified when your number is assigned. Periodically check with the SC Vendor registration site to obtain your SC Vendor ID. Once you have your ID number, click "Continue" below to complete the "Register for Access" fields. You only have to register for website access once.

 

You may update your existing SC Vendor ID number here:
https://webprod.cio.sc.gov/SCVendorWeb/mainFrame.do

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Note: Payee information must match SC Vendor ID payee information in order to get paid. You will be required to enter your username and password that you setup when originally applying for your SC Vendor ID.

 

Click "Continue" below to complete the "Register for Access" fields. You only have to register for website access once. Use the SC Vendor ID number corresponding to how you will be paid — independent or firm employee.