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HSPD-12 and the Personal Identity Verification (PIV) System Procurement Briefing. by Corrine Irwin January 2008. Reminder: Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12). HSPD-12 states:

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hspd 12 and the personal identity verification piv system procurement briefing

HSPD-12and thePersonal Identity Verification(PIV)SystemProcurement Briefing

by Corrine Irwin

January 2008

reminder homeland security presidential directive 12 hspd 12
Reminder: Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12)

HSPD-12 states:

“… it is the policy of the United States to enhance security, increase Government efficiency, reduce identity fraud, and protect personal privacy by establishing a mandatory Government-wide standard for secure and reliable forms of identification issued by the Federal Government to its employees and contractors (including contractor employees)”

What it Means to Us:

  • Background investigationsfor civil servants (CS), contractors and offsite or remote-only IT users
  • New badges for CS and contractors
  • Use the badge to access IT systems, applications, desktops, laptops, and servers as well as access to our centers and otherfacilities
status continued
Status Continued
  • Activities to date have largely been to ensure EXISTING workers have the proper identity vetting to meet HSPD-12 requirements.
  • Transitional processes and systems have been used to vet existing and new workers through 2007
  • Steady State processes for NEW workers will be implemented beginning February 1, 2008
changes for cotrs
Changes for COTRs
  • Must request/approve new contractor employees through the PIV system as of February 1, 2008
  • Must complete Risk Designation forms for new contractor employees as of February 1, 2008
  • Must request Disable Identity for contractors who leave
  • Must use same process for contractors accessing NASA Systems as is used for badged contractors
  • Must take PIV Training through SATERN
changes for procurement
Changes for Procurement
  • Must closely coordinate contract changeover and new contract award with on-site performance
    • PIV requirements make it very difficult to handle a one-day turnover
  • Need close coordination with Security to keep COTR designations up-to-date
  • Need “Super PIV Sponsors” in Procurement to handle emergency PIV Requests
    • Who should be Super PIV Sponsors?
new worker timeline
New Worker Timeline
  • As soon as worker accepts a position:
    • Use IdMAX to Create Identity and submit PIV Request
    • Complete Risk Determination form and submit to Security
  • Before worker’s Entry on Duty (EOD):
    • Ensure worker completes eQIP
    • Ensure worker visits GSFC to be enrolled
  • On EOD:
    • Worker will receive either a temporary badge or a permanent badge
  • The earlier you start, the more likely the worker is to receive a permanent badge at EOD
  • Identity must exist in IdMAX before a worker can get:
    • Active Directory Account
    • E-mail (NOMAD)
    • VPN account
  • The earlier you start, the more likely the worker will be able to access basic IT services at EOD