Welcome to training for the Defense Information System for Security (DISS) Joint Verification System (JVS). These training modules describe the roles, permissions, and functions within DISS JVS in addition to providing step-by-step processes for subject management, visit requests, clearance eligibility, suitability determinations, and more.
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Module 1: Welcome to DISS
This module introduces the Defense Information System for Security (DISS) while providing an overview of the three components of the DISS framework and describing its many functions.
Module 2: Getting Started and Account Access
This module focuses on DISS System requirements, user role determination, and account set up. Upon completion of this course, you will be familiar with the requirements for obtaining a user account, describe the steps required for setting up your user account, the steps for logging on to the Joint Verification System (JVS).
Module 3: Navigation
This module focuses on navigating the control panel features within the JVS. After completing this module, you will be able to describe the various role-dependent control panels, and utilize the features contained within each control panel.
Module 4: Subject Management
This module focuses on managing your subject’s record. Specifically, it will explain the process for searching, creating, and maintaining a subject’s record.
Module 5: Clearance Eligibility and Granting Accesses
This module will focus on the different types of accesses that Government and Industry Security Officers can grant in DISS JVS including Mass Subject Indoctrination and granting S-C-I access. As an industry user, you will learn how to identify a subject’s eligibility and determine how and when to grant access.
Module 6: Investigation Request
This module will focus on submitting and managing investigation requests. Upon completion of this training module, you will be able to explain how Industry Security Officers and Industry Security Managers can create, submit, and monitor the process of an investigation request.
Module 7: Suitability Determination and Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD12) for Non-sensitive Positions
This module will focus on the process for granting an interim clearance for non-sensitive positions based on a subject’s Suitability or compliance with HSPD-12. It will also cover withdrawing interim determinations and processing a field determination. As a DISS user with the Component Adjudicator role, upon completion of this training module, you will be able to define Suitability and HSPD-12, describe the three tiers of investigations required for non-sensitive positions and follow suitability determination procedures in DISS.
Module 8: Visit Requests
This module covers the steps to manage visit requests. Upon completion, you will be able describe how to create, change, send, receive, and accept visit requests.
Module 9: JVS System Reports
This module will provide an overview of the JVS reporting function and the numerous types of reports that can be accessed in JVS. Upon completion of this training module, you will be able to describe the different types of JVS reports and explain how to generate and read reports.
Module 10: Incident Management
This module covers how to receive and submit incident reports. After completing this course, you will be able to explain how and when to send documentation to the adjudicative facility.
Module 11: Removing SMO Relationships and Debriefing Access
This module provides you with an understanding of debriefing and suspending access. Upon completion, you will be able to describe when and how to debrief and suspend access; the documentation required to take that action, and when to remove or change subject status.
Module 12: Customer Service Requests (CSRs)
This module explains how to complete and send a CSR. After completing this course, you will have a better understanding of the numerous CSR options and CSR submission process, and the appropriate steps for troubleshooting.