To support the transition of JPAS functionality to DISS, the following
changes to JCAVS Incident Report functions will occur on August 15, 2020.
1. Update JCAVS to remove the Incident Report link, turning off the ability
to utilize Incident Report functionality.
2. Create a new, standalone function to allow JAMS/JCAVS users the ability
to suspend Access without using the Incident Report or Adjudication Action
Per these changes -
. Both JAMS and JCAVS users will see a new link on the Person
Summary screen (Person Category section) entitled Access Suspension,
providing means for users to either post (JAMS/JCAVS) or remove (JAMS)
Access Suspension independent of an Incident Report or Adjudication Action.
. All new Incident Reports must be initiated in DISS.
. ISL 2011-04, "Adverse Information," has been revised to
inform industry of the change from JPAS to DISS as the system of record for
incident reports and adverse information reporting. The change will be
effective August 15, 2020. The ISL additionally includes links to the DCSA
DISS Information Site and email contact information for the DISS
provisioning team. The revised ISL can be found at:
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the above, please contact
the DMDC Contact Center at (800) 467-5526; option 1 (DISS).