DBIDS is a Department of Defense (DOD) system developed by DMDC as a force protection program designed to manage personnel, property and installation access for the Department of Defense. In Europe, DBIDS is called the Installation Control Access System (IACS).

How Does It Work

DBIDS is an identity management & force protection system operating on a networked client/server database system. The software application is used to enter personnel data into a database, capture biometric information, and retrieve that data and biometric information for verification and validation at a later time. The program supports the adding, retrieving, updating and displaying information for individuals, who require military installation access. The use of barcode technology and fingerprinting biometric identification provides easy verification of access authorization for personnel entering a military installation.

DBIDS enhances the military law enforcement mission by helping to provide a safe and secure community and by allowing real-time access to data. The program alerts registration personnel and installation gate guards to barred individuals across jurisdictional boundaries and eliminates duplication of data.


 DBIDS System Engineers 318-430-3250
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