NSSA-NSCA IT Project Update

NSSA-NSCA is currently undertaking a modernization of our IT and software infrastructure to improve communication, services, and data management […]

NSSA-NSCA is currently undertaking a modernization of our IT and software infrastructure to improve communication, services, and data management of our 48,000 members and 600-plus clubs.

The first phase, replacing our 20-year-old database system, started in 2018 and is due to complete in early 2021. The new system allows us to integrate our member services into an online suite of applications that will provide a quicker and simpler way for you to securely interact with Headquarters, clubs, and shoot management.

Our vision for members and member clubs is to use this new application, via secure online access, to view and/or update information for member demographics, shoot registration, annual points competitions, shoot results, shoot searches, and overall records archive.

Your primary online point of access will be through your new member/club portal. You will login to your portal from the NSSA-NSCA website. Once logged in, you will have access to a plethora of information about yourself and NSSA-NSCA. One of the actions we will need you all to undertake when we go live will be to login and validate your personal information.

To have full access to your member information, each member must use an individual email address. An email address can only be registered to one member. If multiple members of your family or shooting squad have previously used one email address, please take a moment to update your contact information at one of these links:

      NSSA Members Update

      NSCA Members Update

As we progress through this multi-phased project, we will post updates to Clay Target Nation, Target Talk, our website, and emails to members with additional information as we prepare to launch our new system. Meanwhile, please stay safe and shoot safe.

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