Getting Started - Your First Month
Civilian employees will use this check-in sheet to guide you through the check-in process:
E-mail and IT Access
After you have checked in, Human Resources will change your IT user account from Prospective to Active. This will allow IT and your manager to request any required IT services.
Common Access Card (CAC)
Our Regional Human Resources Office will process your on-boarding paperwork. Once your appointment has processed, they will generate a Notification of Personnel Action (SF-50).
You will be contacted by Human Resources once your SF-50 has processed. The next step is to make an appointment to obtain your Command Access Card (CAC – used on military bases as your primary form of identification). You can make your appointment online:
Parking & Vehicle Registration
Once you have your Common Access Card (CAC) you can register your vehicle and obtain a Faculty/Staff sticker for your vehicle with Pass & ID. After you have registered with Pass & ID, please turn in your temporary parking pass to that office.
Pass & ID Office’s information:
- Address: 352 King George Street, Annapolis, MD 21402
- Phone: (410)293-4018
- Hours: Monday - Friday, 0600 to 2200. Weekends and holidays, 0800 - 1600
Within your first 30 days of on-boarding, you and your supervisor should develop a performance plan for the upcoming year.
New Employee Orientation
As part of your onboarding process, you are required to attend New Employee Orientation within 60 days.
The goal of new employee orientation is to engage you, our new employees, into the USNA culture, giving you a greater sense of connection to the Naval Academy, providing pertinent information you need without overloading you as you learn about your job duties, and expose you to Naval Academy throughout the process.
As part of your onboarding process, Ethics Orientation Training is required within 90 days (even for those who may have prior service). A quarterly orientation brief is provided by the Naval Academy’s Deputy Staff Judge Advocate. At check in you will receive information about the date and time of this mandatory briefing.
Human Resources offers a training and development tool which allows federal civilian faculty and staff the opportunity to enhance their professional and personal skills.