Changes for base access will be effective Oct. 31

Senior Master Sgt. Jessica DellaRosa


Time is quickly approaching for the new base access procedures which will be effective Oct. 31.

Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam (JBPHH) is changing access control policies to maintain safety, security and efficiency. These changes will primarily affect commercial contractors, sub-contractors, vendors, suppliers and service providers who regularly access the installation.

Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam has implemented the Navy Commercial Access Control System (NCACS), which is a voluntary program intended to increase security and streamline installation access for commercial personnel.

Any company that wishes to participate in the program can enroll by calling Eid Passport at 1-877RAPIDGate.

The NCACS program provides the required background checks and may prove to be a cost and time-saving benefit to companies and individuals conducting business on JBPHH.

NCAS-eligible personnel who choose not to participate in the NCACS program may apply for a local, one-day pass for installation access.

RAPIDGate participant benefits include:
* A credential pass will be issued for up to one year.
* Streamlined access will be allowed during the times that they need to perform business on the installation.

Non-RAPIDGate participant (access ID/day pass) restrictions:
* Only one-day passes will be issued as of Oct. 31.
* Gold cards will no longer be valid for access as of Oct. 31.
* Longer wait times will occur in the pass and ID office.

Questions about JBPHH NCACS implementation should be addressed to with the subject line RE: NCACS Program or to the JBPHH Security Department at 448-9829 or 449-9705.

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