December 12, 2016: SEC100 must be completed by December 15, 2016
***Announcement – Updated 12/12/16*
All Members of the Workforce, those cleared and in the process of getting a clearance, please complete the Annual Security Refresher Briefing, SEC100, by the due date shown in TEDS. Failure to complete SEC100 will result in deactivation of your badge. It may take up to 24 hours after late completion of the briefing for badge reactivation. Questions to Security Connection at 321 from a Sandia phone, 505-845-1321 from any phone, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
November 2, 2016 – Escort Services for Facilities Construction projects and PO Contractors doing “facility type” work
Hana Industries provides escort services in accordance with SNL principles. At the discretion of the SNL requestor, Hana escorts may be assigned to you or your employees to provide escort support. A briefing was developed outlining Hana’s roles, responsibilities, and requirements as well as the expectations for you and your staff. You are encouraged to review the Security Requirements for Contracted Escorts briefing with your employees. For updates and questions, contact Security Connection at 321 from a Sandia phone, 505-845-1321 from any phone, or email email@example.com.
October 5, 2016 – UPDATE: Sandia/KAFB access and the REAL ID Act
The REAL ID extension granted to New Mexico ends Monday, Oct. 10, after which a 90-day grace period will begin. New Mexico driver’s licenses will continue to be accepted for access to Sandia, federal facilities, and military installations until at least January 10, 2017, and likely beyond, because another 1-year extension is anticipated. For updates and questions, contact Security Connection at 321 from a Sandia phone, 505-845-1321 from any phone, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 1, 2016 – UPDATE: Sandia/KAFB access and the REAL ID Act
Effective on Jan. 11, state-issued driver’s licenses or ID cards from non-compliant states will be accepted to obtain a badge for access to Sandia if accompanied by an alternate form of ID such as a Social Security Card or a birth certificate. Note that DHS has granted an extension to New Mexico through October 10, 2016. This allows the use of New Mexico driver’s licenses and ID cards, by themselves, to verify identity when obtaining a badge. See the REAL ID Act article for more details. KAFB access policy, including impacts to the DBIDS process, remains unchanged.