ELIMINATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (DOD) VEHICLE DECAL PROGRAM

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NAVADMIN 146/13
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SUBJ/ELIMINATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (DOD) VEHICLE DECAL PROGRAM//


REF/A/DOC/ASN/18MAR2011//
REF/B/DOC/ASN/20JUL2011//
REF/C/DOC/DOD/20SEP2010//
REF/D/DOC/DOD/19MAY2010//

NARR/REF A IS ASSISTANT SECNAV (ENERGY, INSTALLATIONS, AND ENVIRONMENT) VEHICLE DECAL 
MEMO OF 18 MARCH 2011.  REF B IS ASSISTANT SECNAV (ENERGY, INSTALLATIONS, AND 
ENVIRONMENT) VEHICLE DECAL MEMO OF 20 JULY 2011.  REF C IS DTM 09-012 INTERIM POLICY 
GUIDANCE FOR DOD PHYSICAL ACCESS CONTROL.  REF D IS DODI 5200.8 CH 1 SECURITY OF DOD 
INSTALLATIONS AND RESOURCES.//

RMKS/1.  This NAVADMIN promulgates Navy policy eliminating the requirement for vehicle decals (DD 
FORM 2220) for base access, effective 1 July 2013. 

2.  Background:  Refs A through D state access to property and installations shall be accomplished by 
vetting personal identity information to determine the eligibility of an individual requesting and 
requiring access to Department of Defense facilities, thereby eliminating the decal (DD FORM 2220) 
requirement for access.  Ref A further states that vehicles on a Navy installation must continue to be 
licensed, registered, inspected, and insured in accordance with state and local laws.  Rental vehicles are 
considered privately-owned vehicles for purposes of base entry and access control.  The vehicle rental 
contract will suffice as proper licensing, registration, and proof of insurance for base access. 

3.  Implementation:  CNIC will provide an implementation plan via a NAVSHORE message for decal 
elimination to include the following:
    A.  Concept of Operations (CONOPS):  Activity parking plans; motorcycle safety training (that is not 
dependant on display of the decal); barment control; enforcement of state licensing, registration, 
insurance, and safety requirements through random anti-terrorism measures; CLEOC registration 
process ensuring compliance with the Clean Air Act, etc.
    B.  A standard communications package will includes FAQs, briefing cards, and other associated 
communication products for installations to provide information to tenant activities in preparation for 
decal elimination.  CNIC PAO will coordinate with CHINFO AND Region PAOs to disseminate.
    C.  A POA&M defining the phased implementation.

4.  Points of Contact:

    A.  OPNAV N462: CDR A. Schreiber, DSN 314-225-5526, COM 703-695-5526, Email: 
andrea.schreiber(at)navy.mil.

    B.  CNIC N3AT HPD: M. Reid/GS-15 DSN 288-4784 OR COM: 202-433-4784/Email: 
michael.a.reid1(at)navy.mil.

    C.  CNIC N3AT APMLE/AO: T. White/GS13 DSN 288-0766 OR COMM 202-433-0766/Email: 
timothy.g.white2(at)navy.mil.

    D.  CNIC PAO:  CAPT E. Buclatin/DSN 325-0867 OR COMM 202-685-0867/EMAIL:  
ed.buclatin(at)navy.mil.

5.  Released by Vice Admiral P. H. Cullom, OPNAV N4//
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