Showing 4 ideas for tag "passwords"

Department of Agriculture

Passwords: exchange the change for length and strength

Instead of changing the many passwords that we need to enter every 60 or 90 days, we should be allowed to choose one password to last indefinitely. Also, make stronger requirements for a long lasting password. Include letters, characters, and numbers, and make sure it is sufficiently long.

It only takes five minutes to change a password, but with multiple passwords changing frequently, the time can add up. Also, time... more »

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Department of Defense

No more passwords! ----- cac enable login

If an employee has a made, has made it through security and can access a government computer to insert their own cac card, chances are they have a need to access some type of information on this computer. If employees could use their cac card to login to a computer program it would save so many hours and hundreds of thousands of dollars spent wasting time trying to login and resetting their password when they guess wrong... more »

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Department of Veterans Affairs

One password for every system

In the VA, every employee has access to at least 2 computer systems requiring separate unique passwords that must be changed frequently. These include a general log-on to access a computer terminal, VISTA (where vacation and sick leave must be entered), the Talent Management System (for required training at least annually). Additional systems include the travel management system, CPRS, VINCI, etc. If we could just... more »

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Social Security Administration

Password Services

It is my suggestion that individuals who opt to use our online password services be allowed to register their temporary password with a “live person” as an option in addition to the automated phone system and online option. This will assist or pacify frustration from the public, as some individuals are not “computer savvy” or have computer access and some individuals have distinctive voices that they had found difficult... more »

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