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  1. Common Access Card Update SAMPLE Army Active Duty Keane, John M. Pay Grade O10 Expiration Date 2003OCT22 Geneva Conventions Identification Card

  2. To provide an overview and information update of the Common Access Card (CAC). Purpose

  3. Definitions • Common Access Card (CAC): A mandated initiative that will use smart card technology to contain the following business applications; Personnel Identification, Building Access, and Network Access. • Smart Card (SC): A credit card-sized device that can contain multiple technologies and individualized databases. The types of re-programmable and static technology normally found on a smart card include: an integrated chip, a magnetic stripe, and bar codes. The topology of the card can also contain printed information and images such as photos, text, and fingerprints.

  4. Definitions • Public-Key Infrastructure (PKI): The people, policy, procedures, hardware/software, and facilities necessary to enable public key encryption, and digital signatures. Enhances information security and protects privacy. • Business Process Reengineering (BPR): A structured analytical approach to examine core business processes and identify issues and improvement opportunities to remove non-value added activities, improve cycle-time, and lower process costs. • Functional Economic Analysis (FEA): A structured proposal that includes an analysis of functional process needs or problems, proposed solutions, assumptions and constraints, alternatives, life-cycle costs, benefits and/or cost analysis, and investment risk analysis.

  5. Keane, John M. Common Access Card A Credit Card-Sized Device That May Hold: • Integrated Circuit Chip (ICC) • Magnetic Stripe • Bar Codes • Photo Identification • Encryption and Authentication • Biometrics • Non-Contact Radio Frequency Transmitter

  6. The CAC Provides... Armed Forces of the United States Personnel Identification Replaces the “ID” Card SAMPLE Army Active Duty Parker IV, Christopher J. Rank LTCOL Pay Grade O5 Issue Date 1999SEP03 Expiration Date 2002SEP01 Geneva Conventions Identification Card Building Access Systems & Network Accesswith PKI Application Provides: - Digital Signature - Data Encryption

  7. Common Access Card Draft Layout SAMPLE • Integrated Circuit Chip Location • Army anticipates a 32K Chip. • PKI Certificates will take 9.9K to 12.9K of the Chip. • Future residual space (7K or greater) for other functional and service applications. Armed Forces of the United States Army Active Duty • Magnetic Stripe • Proposed use is for building and facility Access. Keane, John M. Rank GEN Pay Grade O10 • Barcode for Functional Applications • Current Uses Include: • Army Food Management Information System (AFMIS) -- 3 sites • USAREUR (Army/USAF) -- Motor Vehicle Registration -- 26 workstations • USMC Flightline Access Control System -- 8 sites • USAF Military Immunization Tracking System -- 26 workstations • Little Creek Naval Station VOQ/BOQ Check-in -- 1 site Issue Date 2000OCT23 Expiration Date 2003OCT22 Geneva Conventions Identification Card Medical Data Shows the Blood Type and Organ Donor Status. SAMPLE Medical Blood Type: O+ Organ Donor: Yes Barcode for Personnel Data Geneva Conv. Cat. VI Date of Birth 19XXJAN00 Social Security Number 000-12-3456 DD Form XXX XXX 2000 Property of the U.S. Government

  8. Policy Memorandums and Execution Plans state: ID Card Sections will issue CACs (DCSPER) PKI maintenance conducted by DOIM (DISC4) Building access procedures (DCSOPS) Beta Testing Phase I (DRPO) DOD operationally tests the CAC Software Started at Fort Eustis 15 Feb 01 Heidelberg (28 Feb 01) / Korea (02 Mar 01) Personnel identification functions Beta Testing Phase II (DISC4/SET-D) Test CAC-PKI applications Ability/impact to operate in day to day environment Start dates projected for Apr-Jun 01 at Fort Eustis, Heidelberg, Mannheim DRPO/ACO developing an implementation/fielding schedule Where We Are Now

  9. Who Issues the CAC? • DEERS/RAPIDS stations will be upgraded to issue the CACs with PKI certificates. • There are approximately 305 DEERS/RAPIDS sites throughout all components of the Army.

  10. Who Performs PKI Maintenance? • Follow-on maintenance to the “chip” (i.e., changes to PKI certificates, email, PIN changes, PIN recovery, etc.) will be performed at a separate workstation by the DOIM or equivalent. • Minimizes workload on ID Card Section

  11. LRA/VO issues Receive PKI-enabled CAC DEERS/RAPIDS ID card and Armed Forces of the United States grants network access Marine Corps Active Duty Parker IV, Christopher J. Rank Pay Grade LTCOL O5 Issue Date 1999SEP03 Expiration Date 2003SEP01 Geneva Conventions Identification Card Central Processing Facility DOIM CAC/PKI Maintenance Serves a portion of the population CAC Issuance ProcessBasic Implementation, Augmented Infrastructure, Central Processing Facility Installation or building access facility grants Encode magnetic stripe

  12. CAC - “Key” to Personnel Redesign Bottom Line • CAC’s PKI token will be the “key” for secure access to personnel data and web-based applications • Provides the means to electronically “sign” electronic transactions • The CAC is an enabler, not just a data carrier/repository • Supports transition to customer service in a virtual environment

  13. CAC Beta Test Execution plans and policy documents to be finalized Implementation: Define CPF Card issuance with PKI certificates DRPO/ACO developing fielding/training schedule Mandate for all Active Army soldiers, DOD civilians, selected Reserve Component soldiers, and selected contractors to have CAC by October 2002 Summary

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