Dayton, OH - The Job Order Cost Accounting System (JOCAS II) program implements DBsign for digital signatures.

JOCAS II is a robust cost accounting system with an open architecture based on Oracle9i information systems technology.

Randolph, AFB - DBsign is chosen to PK-enable the Virtual Military Personnel Flight's (vMPF) automated DD214.

DD Form 214 is a document of the United States Department of Defense issued upon a military service member's retirement, separation or discharge from active-duty military.

Scott, AFB - USAF LeaveWeb application implements DBsign for digital signatures

Airmen throughout the Air Force can take advantage of a simplified and automated online leave system called LeaveWeb.

Wright-Patterson, AFB - The Automated Business Services System (ABSS) gets a makeover with DBsign for HTML applications with Universal Web Signer (UWS) for Macs and Linux.

The US Air Force's ABSS was the first application to implement DBsign in May 2000. At the time, and until recently, ABSS was a client-server type of application. With its move to the web, the application has now implemented the version 3.0 of DBsign with the new Universal Web Signer (UWS).

US Navy Supply Information Systems Activity (NAVSISA) chooses DBsign to PK-enable the Navy's DD 2875.

Following suit with the Air Force, the Navy also chooses DBsign to automate the public key digital signatures of the agency's System Authorization Access Request (SAAR) also known as the Department of Defense Form 2875.

Accenture purchases DBsign® for TSA human resources system.

Accenture chooses DBsign® to secure the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) human resources system from HRWorx with digital signatures.

US Army Material Command (AMC) chooses DBsign to digitally sign their resource management data.

AMC is an RM-Online customer of CACI. This resource management tool with DBsign® for digital signatures provides AMC with data integrity and non-repudiation.

Gradkell Systems, Inc. sponsors the Documentation and Paperless Automation for Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices Conference.

At this conference speaker Grady Gaston of Gradkell Systems, Inc. will present:

Electronic Signature Implementation for Data Integrity and Non-Repudiation

The Food and Drug Administration's requirement for 21 CFR Part 11 compliance can easily be satisfied with today's electronic signature technology. Furthermore, electronic signatures can help satisfy Sarbanes-Oxley Act compliance, as well as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act compliance.

US Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC) elects to digitally sign their resource management data using DBsign

ATEC chooses RM-Online, provided by CACI, for their resource management tool with DBsign for digital signatures.


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