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Department of Defense

All training in one place

Create & Maintain all training (mandatory & cbt) online in one central location rather than using multiple training programs that dont reflect data properly. An email reminder should be sent annually to the employee to notify them when the courses will expire soon & again when it is time to take the training. The program should upload completed training nightly to the command training database and send a report to the... more »

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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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Don't replace CAC every 3 years

Every 3 years, DoD Common Access Cards (CAC)expire thus requiring a new card to be created and the old card to be destroyed. The card itself is often still in good shape and the chip still functioning, so it seems a waste of resources to issue a brand new card every 3 years for every employee and military member. To still maintain control, the certificates could be set to expire (as they should) and the user will still... more »

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