ASAN, Guam — Joint Region Marianas is transitioning from using the Navy Commercial Access Control System to the Defense Biometric Identification System for contractors and vendors requiring access to Navy and Air Force installations on island. The transition began April 17 with no cost to those transitioning, according to a release by the Joint Region Marianas Public Affairs Office.
DBIDS is the ID card scanning system used at Joint Region Marianas installations. As it responds within a second and with more accuracy than a human . . .
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