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The forms and links on this page can help you either get started with the ID process or figure out which benefits you can access through your ID.

Forms

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  • The I-9 form lists the types of documents that applicants will need to bring with them to a Real-Time Automated Personnel Identification System (RAPIDS) site.
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  • This form is used to enroll in DEERS and is most often used to enroll dependents of service members.
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  • This form is the Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) certificate of authorization and acknowledgement of responsibilities for the registration official.
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  • This form is the PKI certificate of acceptance and acknowledgement for the user.

Marketing Materials

Document Overview
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  • This poster provides information about DoD Civilian Retiree ID Cards.
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  • This trifold provides information about DoD Civilian Retiree ID Cards.

Military Websites Related to ID Cards

Website Overview
  • This website allows you to locate the nearest ID card facility/RAPIDS site based on city, ZIP Code, state, or country.
  • The RAPIDS Self-Service (RSS) Web application is used to update information stored on a user's Common Access Card (CAC).
  • Information for professionals tasked with verifying identification.
  • This site provides provide a central source of contingency contractor information.
  • Sponsors and contractors use this site to send information to DEERS before contractors are authorized to receive a CAC.
  • This application allows beneficiaries to update contact information in DEERS, locate the nearest military ID card issuing facility and view personnel information.

Military Benefit Websites

Website Overview
  • This application allows beneficiaries to review personal, health care, and personnel information from DEERS.
  • This site offers information about the Military's health care program.

General DoD Websites

Website Overview
  • Technology systems supporting those defending America.
  • Information and technology to power better decisions.
  • This office implements the Department of Defense's Privacy and Civil Liberties programs through advice, monitoring, official reporting, and training.
  • The official website for the Department of Defense.