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Department of Labor

PIV

The process is time consuming and at this point the badges are not needed by 95% of those getting them. Instead of putting a expiration date on the badge leave them open and it will not need to be redone every two years. This would save not only in the individual cost of the badge but the travel cost and lost work time to get the badge.

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Department of Homeland Security

USG PIV Card Issuance

PIV card issuance machines are quite expensive and not available in many locations at this time. My suggestion is to task TSA with the resources necessary to create PIV cards for all of DHS and maybe even the government. This way, we won’t have to supply each agency (and possibly each agency location) separate machines for this purpose. TSA also tends to have central locations that are accessible for new employees.... more »

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Department of Justice

PIV usage

The PIV cards should start to be used for their intended purposes instead of just for entering and exiting buildings in most agencies. All computers should have a card reader for login and especially for approval of documents (i.e. electronic signatures). Right now In order to get something simple signed, such as payment request, leave notices, or simple memos, it usually takes multiple printings and scannings. By the... more »

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