For U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) agencies, ActivIdentity® Solutions for Common Access Card (CAC) allow usage of government-issued CAC cards for a variety of applications. ActivClient®, the market-leading smart card middleware from ActivIdentity, allows usage of the CAC certificates for strong authentication to networks, workstations, and applications, as well as secure information and transactions with digital signature and encryption. For agencies concerned about the rising threat of confidentiality or privacy breach due to lost or stolen laptops, ActivClient works together with leading mobile data protection solutions. ActivIdentity also enables secure access to legacy applications that are not PKI-enabled: SecureLogin® SSO works together with ActivClient to extend CAC authentication to virtually any application (through single sign-on technology).
Yes. We are currently contracted with GSA/Federal Supply Service Contract — GS-35F-0332S
Our scope of services include:
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Below is additional information related to CAC Products and Envoy Data.
Maintenance: Hardware and software maintenance is available for products on this contract.
SIN Codes: 132-3, 132-8, 132-12, 132-33, 132-34, 132-51, 132-52, 132-53, 132-32
Terms: > Net 30
Credit Cards Accepted: Yes
Open Market line items: Yes
Discounts: Call for quantity pricing
Warranty: Envoy Data offers the manufacturers’ standard commercial warranties for hardware and software products as itemized in the GSA Schedule Pricelist.
Common Access Card (CAC)
Use the links below for CAC help or call the military helpdesk, 1-866-SET-DCAC (738-3222).