Presentation on theme: "NAPHSIS Congressional Briefing “Vital Records: Vital for a Reason!”"— Presentation transcript:
1NAPHSIS Congressional Briefing “Vital Records: Vital for a Reason!” U.S. PassportsNAPHSIS Congressional Briefing“Vital Records: Vital for a Reason!”United States Capitol Visitor CenterRoom SouthMonday, July 22, 2013, 12 p.m.
2Passport Services 28 Domestic Passport Facilities 22 serve the public directly1 supports U.S. government travel3 mega-adjudication centers2 document print centers29th Facility to open in San Juan, PR (Winter 2014)9,000+ Passport Application Acceptance FacilitiesDomestic Passport Acceptance Facilities (Post Offices, Clerks of Court, Libraries, etc)Military Acceptance Facilities WorldwideFederal Acceptance Facilities3,500 employeesGovernmentContractors (Support processing and customer service functions)
3Passport Facilities Seattle National Passport Vermont Minneapolis BuffaloConnecticutBostonDetroitNew YorkPhiladelphiaSan FranciscoChicagoDenverWashington and Special IssuanceLos AngelesSanDiegoArkansasAtlantaTucsonCharlestonDallasEl PasoHoustonNew OrleansMiamiSan JuanAgencyHonoluluKEYAdjudication CenterWinter 2014Print Center
5Saturation Map PENDING from PPS Passport saturation map (by zip code)The mentioned that she would like to see a map of showing where passports are issued. If I recall correctly there is a 2011 map. I am not sure if there is a 2012 map available. I understand that it’s not so easy to come up with a current map. Please let us know what you can provide.
6EVVE – Critical to the U.S. Passport Process EVVE is critical to our efforts to improve the passport adjudication network49 of 57 entities supply birth data to EVVE27 of 57 provide death dataMore than 70 percent of first time of passport applicants submit a birth certificate as proof of US citizenshipVerified more than 12,000 birth records in last yearInstrumental in identifying 24 instances of felony fraud