DBIDS

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DBIDSDefense Biometric Identification System
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Step 5: At the time of the visit, the visitor takes their state-issued photo ID, such as a driver's license or Virginia Real ID driver's license, and a printout of the visit confirmation from DBIDS to the HQC VCC (directions above).
As DoD's largest physical access control system, DBIDS uses fingerprints and, in some cases, hand geometry to accurately identify personnel entering military installations.
Active duty personnel, family members, DoD contractors and retirees are registered in DBIDS using their Common Access Card (CAC) or any DoD-issued identification credential.
In addition to enhancing force protection in Korea, DBIDS has assisted in the investigation of several crimes.
At another Korean installation, DBIDS identified an individual who had stolen a vehicle and a CAC inside the vehicle.
At CFAY, two barred individuals and two wanted individuals were identified trying to enter the installation shortly after the guards began using DBIDS. In addition, the audit capability was used to investigate the beating of a Sailor off base.
Although DBIDS has proved successful in Korea and at other military installations, Patrick J.
"DBIDS virtually eliminates the threat of unauthorized persons gaining access; stopping them at the front door so to speak," McGee said.
For this purpose, the Defense Manpower Data Center has developed DBIDS, the Defense Biometric Identification System.
DBIDS is a fully configurable security and identification system that enhances safety in our ever-changing world stage of terrorism and conflict.
DBIDS was initially developed as a force protection initiative system for the United States Armed Forces, Korea.
* R&R Trucking, an NDTA Chairman's Circle Member, is working on a DBIDS pilot program for truckers hauling military cargo on/off military bases.