Clearances

TOP SECRET/SI/TK/NOFORN: Attendees must be U.S. citizens and have active, final granted Top Secret/SI/TK clearances. You must have all three clearances to attend. 



Attendees WITH IC blue or green badges do not need to pass clearances.*** Please verify with your badging office that your IC badge is enabled to work at NGA facilities.

 

If you DO NOT have an Intelligence Community Blue or Green badge, you must have a clearance certification message submitted to the NCE Workforce Support Center by your Agency’s Special Security Officer (SSO) or Contractor’s Facility Security Officer (FSO).

 

Your social security number and date of birth are required by the NGA as part of the security clearance verification process and also for facility access.

Please note: passing your clearance does not mean you have registered for the event, to register for the event, please visit the registration page.

 

The clearance message must be on official letterhead and include the following:

Full name: Last Name, First Name, Middle Initial
Social Security Number:___-__-____

Date of Birth:

Country of Citizenship:

Agency/Company Name:

Purpose of Visit: AFCEA Spring Intelligence Symposium

Point of Contact Name: Tyler Erney 

Point of Contact Phone: 703-631-6210

Security POC: Darrell Anderson -- 571-557-1111

Date(s) of Visit: March 19-20, 2019

 

Choose One of the Following Methods of Passing Clearance Certification Messages to NGA:

JPAS SMO Code: W3NRAAL2

SSO Message: NGA

Unclassified Fax: (571) 558-3229

Unclassified Email: WorkforceSupportCenterEast@nga.mil

Secure Email: WorkforceSupportCenterEast@nga.ic.gov

 

Clearance Questions?

Workforce Support Center: 571-557-1111

Please ask for Darrell Anderson 

 

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS?

Contact Tyler Erney (terney@afcea.org) or 703-631-6210

 

 

Identification

All event attendees will be required to show a valid state** or federal issued photo identification (i.e. a drivers license, state identification card, passport).

 

** Please note, NGA adheres to policies related to the REAL ID Act.  The REAL ID Act is a federal law which created a national standard for state-issued driver's licenses and requires federal agencies to apply new rules for individuals entering their facilities.  The 11 states and territories which currently have noncompliant driver's licenses are:  Alaska, American Samoa, Arizona, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Montana, New Jersey, Northern Marianas and Oklahoma.  Alternate forms of acceptable identification include: U.S. Passports, DoD Common Access Cards, U.S. federal government identification cards and credentials.

 

Event Location:

NGA Campus East

7500 GEOINT Drive, Springfield VA 22150

 

Clearance Deadline: March 13, 2019

Timely passage of your clearance is important. Please note the submission deadline.  If your clearance is not passed as required, you will not be able to attend the event. 



The Following Items are Prohibited Inside the NGA Facility:

Cell Phones

Two-Way Pagers

USB Flash Thumb Drives

Camera/Walkie-Talkie Phones

Personal Laptops

Fitbits or other wireless activity trackers

Wireless/Photographic Capable PDAs

Cassette Players (Recordable)

Computer Media

Picture Frame Key Fobs (Recordable)

Phone/Room Recorders

MP3 Players/iPods

Satellite Radio

Cameras/Camcorders
Bluetooth TILES