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Federal government employee id

Federal government employees are required to have an ID card in order to enter certain buildings and facilities. The ID card, which is also known as a PIV card, contains the employee's name, photograph, and other information such as the employee's fingerprints. The card is used to verify the employee's identity and to access government buildings and facilities. In order to obtain a PIV card, employees must complete an application and submit it to their agency's security office. Once the application is approved, the employee will be issued a PIV card.

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