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NSA Combines Two Access Card Stations Under One Roof
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By Brian Roscoe, Public Affairs Officer, NAWCTSD
On Aug. 14, leaders from NSA Orlando cut the ribbon to officially open the new Welcome Center. This facility is able to issue both Common Access Cards for military personnel and DOD Civilians, as well as military retiree and dependent identification cards.
(From left to right) Captain Naylor, Captain Nakagawa, Joe Wallace (Research Park Authority) and Col. Wheeler (PEO STRI) assist with the official cutting of the ribbon.
NSA Orlando Commanding Officer, Capt. Steve Nakagawa said, “By combining two Common Access Card issuing stations under one roof, this state-of-the-art new facility greatly improves our ability to serve customers.”
The new facility replaces two single station ID card offices, previously located inside the lobby of the Partnership I Building, and inside the de Florez Complex. The facility also contains two modern meeting facilities which will allow NSA Orlando commands to hold meetings with businesses that are bidding on government contracts.
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