INSTALLATION ACCESS CONTROL PROGRAM UPDATES IN REGARDS TO THE TERMINATION OF THE DOD CIVILIAN RETIREE IDENTIFICATION CARD:
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SUBJ/INSTALLATION ACCESS CONTROL PROGRAM UPDATES IN REGARDS TO THE
TERMINATION OF THE DOD CIVILIAN RETIREE IDENTIFICATION CARD//
NARR/REF A IS THE OUSD P&R MEMO ANNOUNCING THE TERMINATION OF THE DOD
CIVILIAN RETIREE ID CARDS.
REF B IS THE OUSD P&R MEMO ANNOUNCING THE DOD CIVILIAN RETIREE ID CARDS.
REF C IS THE DODM 5200.08, VOL. 3, DOD PHYSICAL SECURITY PROGRAM:
ACCESS TO DOD INSTALLATIONS.
REF D IS THE CNIC M-5530.2, NAVY INSTALLATION ACCESS CONTROL.//
POC/JAMES A JOHNSON/CIV/OPNAV N4I3/CNO WASHINGTON DC/
EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org/TEL: 703-695-5516//
RMKS/1. Per reference (a), issuance of Department of Defense (DoD) Civilian
Retiree Identification (ID) Cards has been terminated. Previously issued DoD
Civilian Retiree ID Cards will be effective through 31 August 2023. This
NAVADMIN provides amplifying guidance to ensure appropriate communication and
access control measures are in place.
2. Background and Purpose. Reference (b) established the use of trusted
credentials for civilian retirees at the discretion of the installation
commanders. DoD ID's enabled Commanding Officers to authorize limited use of
morale, welfare, and recreation (MWR) activities on the installation of the
DoD civilian retirees. This was allowed as the authorized purpose for
access. Per reference (a), this credential will no longer be issued,
effective immediately. Previously issued DoD Civilian Retiree ID cards will
remain valid through 31 August 2023, at which point they will no longer be
accepted as a valid form of ID. Personnel shall coordinate with the
respective Visitor Control Center (VCC) where they will be processed in
accordance with local policy. Defense Biometric Identifications Systems
(DBIDS) credentials will be issued to eligible personnel upon positive
identification of the individual, visual inspection of an SF-50 indicating
retirement from civilian government service, and vetting for
fitness. Visit https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/document/forms/i-
9.pdf for more information on acceptable forms of identification. DBIDS
credentials issued to eligible personnel will include "MWR Facility
Privileges" on the back in the "Remarks" box, and be assigned to the
"Facility Use" (Yellow) category during enrollment as delignated in reference
3. The limited use of MWR activities by DoD civilian retirees will remain at
the discretion of the installation Commanding Officer.
4. Commander, Navy Installations Command will ensure that installation VCC
processes will continue to follow the procedures outlined in reference (d),
and will advertise the use of the DBIDS pre-registration portal
(https://dbids-global-enroll.dmdc.mil/preenrollui/#!/) to alleviate customer
wait times. The DBIDS pre-registration portal now meets DoD requirements and
can be used in place of the SECNAV Form 5512/1. Installations will update
local access control policies, training, and public guidance (websites,
Public Affairs Officer messaging, etc.) to ensure visitors are aware of the
process and option to register prior to arrival.
5. Installation Access Control personnel will refer to reference (d) and the
DBIDS Wiki (https://paws.dmdc.osd.mil/wiki/) for further information and
training modules in support of executing the access control program.
6. Released by VADM R. L. Williamson, USN, CNO N4.//