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(h) The hours of operation (excluding holidays) of the Shipyard
Pass and I.D. Office, Building 207, corner of Eighth Street and Avenue E,
are as follows:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday....7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Wednesday............................7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
(i) Prior to being issued a Shipyard badge, provision of
documented proof of U.S. citizenship is required.  Acceptable documents
Birth certificate.
Certificate of naturalization.
3.  Certificate of citizenship, a Report of Birth Abroad of
a Citizen of the U.S. of America (Form FS-240) or a Certification of Birth
(Form FS-545 or DS-l350).
Verification of birth (DD Form 372).
U.S. passport.
6.  Other official government documents which previously
required proof of citizenship or which show a U.S. place of birth and/or
U.S. citizenship such as:
Military discharge papers.
Merchant Marine certificates.
Military officer ID cards.
Marriage licenses.
State of Hawaii ID cards.
f.  Shipyard security records showing previous
possession of a security clearance.
(j) Vehicles used by A-Es only to transport heavy equipment and
material to the job site will be issued Shipyard (CIA) vehicle passes.
Vehicles used to transport employees or light-carriable material only do
not qualify as Contractor vehicles and will not be allowed in the CIA.
Upon receipt of Pearl Harbor Naval Base vehicle pass and CIA personnel
passes, the A-E should then go to the Shipyard Pass and ID Office (together
with current no-fault card and vehicle registration number, and A-E
contract number) and request for a CIA vehicular pass.  Vehicles must
clearly display company sign or logo.  Two rotating vehicle passes will be
issued to authorize entry and parking of A-E vehicles within the CIA to
facilitate work requirements.  Vehicles shall enter and exit from one of
the two 24-hour gates located on Avenue "C" or on Fifth Street.  Parking is
not permitted on any pier or at any drydock/waterfront areas.  Vehicles may
stop on piers or drydock/waterfront areas for 15 minutes for loading and
unloading.  Submit a written request for pier parking authorization with
justification to the Shipyard Security Officer (Code 1125.2) via the
Contracting Office at least 2 weeks prior to the date parking space is
required.  Include with request the license number of the vehicle(s), type


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