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Department of Homeland Security

Single ID Badge System (CAC Card Recommended)

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Standardize the use of Common Access Cards (CAC Cards) as the only identification card and access card for government buildings and IT systems. While working in DC, I had multiple building badges to get access to Coast Guard Headquarters, the Pentagon, DHS building, etc. None of the building access badge databases were interconnected. The sheer redundancy of systems is amazing. The CAC card issued and used by the... more »

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Legislative Branch

Identity Theft

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Enact legislation requiring any business that utilizes photocopy machines to destroy or otherwise completely remove all of the data stored on the harddrives currently installed in virtually every modern-day photocopier prior to selling or disposing of the machines. Although many manufacturers offer software aimed at completely deleting data from the internal storage devices for an additional fee, companies purchasing... more »

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Environmental Protection Agency

Take ID photos and fingerprints once and share the data for all applications

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I suggest that when applying for a federal ID, that photos, fingerprints, and information be shared among the groups who need it to assure the security of the ID process. When I was hired, I was fingerprinted 3 times, and photographed 4 times, each time having to fill out paperwork to apply for security clearance for the ID. I understand that the hiring agency, the OPM, and DHS all need this info, but all the records... more »

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Environmental Protection Agency

Take ID photos and fingerprints once and share the data for all applications

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I suggest that when applying for a federal ID, that photos, fingerprints, and information be shared among the groups who need it to assure the security of the ID process. When I was hired, I was fingerprinted 3 times, and photographed 4 times, each time having to fill out paperwork to apply for security clearance for the ID. I understand that the hiring agency, the OPM, and DHS all need this info, but all the records... more »

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