Paul Panaikas Completed Joint Clearance and Access Verification System (JCAVS) Course
Paul Panaikas graduated in Joint Clearance and Access Verification System (JCAVS) program on March 5, 2010. It is the system of record for the DOD, and is utilized by Personnel Security Managers (PSMs), DOD Personnel, Facility Security Officers (FSOs), and concerning security professionals. As the learner, Paul has received a complete overview of the JPAS (Joint Personnel Adjudication System) along with a comprehensive explanation of its subsystem- the JCAVS (Joint Clearance and Access Verification System). During the program, he was given detailed information of every JCAVS screen and its related functions along with actual world examples.
In addition to this, Paul Panaikas has also learned about how FSOs and PSMs utilize the system to administer access, personnel eligibility, investigations, processes, and visits. The course emphasizes on self-audit processes, real world examples, navigating JCAVS, demonstrations, ethics, problem solving skills, step by step explanations, JCAVS account managements, Electronic Questionnaire for Investigations Processing (e- QIP), and many other things. He attended this program to enhance his knowledge and skills related to this field.
Paul is a Resilience Coordinator at Joint Force Headquarters and a respected member of the Historical Commission. This Commission was founded for the development, protection, and preservation of the historical as well as archeological assets of the town. Paul Panaikas has been successfully fulfilling his responsibilities. The Commission has taken directorship on a multitude of preservation initiatives, including surveys of historic villages to qualify them for National Register status, the approval by Town Meeting in 2004 of a Demolition Permit Review By law, and a survey of historic properties. Paul along with other members work with developers in assuring responsive restorations of historic properties, as well as enhanced design of new development.