National Engineers Week, founded in 1951, coincides with the birthday of President George Washington — America’s first engineer. National Engineers Week provides an opportunity to the nation to:
Recognize achievements in the engineering profession.
Improve external understanding of USACE contributions to the Nation through engineering.
Promote professional development of engineers.
Encourage more children and young adults to pursue engineering.
Army Common Access Card (CAC) holders have until March 31, 2019, to activate their Personal Identity Verification (PIV) Authentication certificate to ensure uninterrupted access to military networks and data. Mandated by the DoD, the Army CAC Certificate Reduction and Realignment Plan modifies the certificates on the CAC to streamline authentication functions under one certificate, increasing interoperability across the DoD and other U.S. federal government agencies to seamlessly integrate system access and information sharing. Approximately two-thirds of all Army CAC holders will be required to activate their PIV authentication certificate. Users should use Internet Explorer when updating their security certificates at: https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/self_service/