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  2. Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System - Wikipedia

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    The Common Access Card (CAC), which is issued by the Department of Defense through DEERS, has an EDIPI on the card. A person with more than one personnel category is issued a CAC for each role, but the EDIPI will remain the same for all CACs issued to that individual. The EDIPI is unique to an individual.

  3. Defense Manpower Data Center - Wikipedia

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    DS Logon (DoD Self-service Logon or DSL) is a secure, self-service logon ID created by the Defense Manpower Data Center as an enterprise identity credential that allows individuals affiliated with the Department of Defense (DoD) or the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) access to several websites using a single username and password.

  4. Army Knowledge Online - Wikipedia

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    AKO access follows DoD security policy, and is accomplished by password or by a combination of a Common Access Card (CAC) and PIN. The requirements for an AKO password are stringent; a password must contain at least two uppercase letters, two lowercase letters, two numbers, and two special characters.

  5. United States Uniformed Services Privilege and Identification ...

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    The modern identification card is called a Common Access Card (CAC) because it is also a smart card that is used with specialized card readers for automatic building access control systems, communications encryption, and computer access. The Common Access Card is now used by members of Active Duty, Reserves, and the National Guard. [1] Contents

  6. Common Access Card - Wikipedia

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    The ID and Privilege Common Access Card is for civilians residing on military installations. The ID card is for DOD/Government Agency identification for civilian employees. Encryption [ edit] Until 2008, all CACs were encrypted using 1,024-bit encryption. Starting 2008, the DoD switched to 2,048-bit encryption. [4]

  7. Talk:Common Access Card - Wikipedia

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    Here is a CAC walk-through for the Army; mentioning: "Be aware you may have more then one certificate displayed (e.g. an Email certificate for Encryption or Signature). If you select the wrong certificate, and the system does not allow you to Sign In, you must Close your existing browser and Open a new one to be able to reselect the appropriate ...

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    AOL Mail welcomes Verizon customers to our safe and delightful email experience! Check your Mail Try the AOL app Get Ad-Free Mail Get Desktop Gold We are currently experiencing higher than...