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Install DBSign

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Install Java Runtime Environment

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First Time Users

Before you can use DTS, you may need to:

  • Check/Install Java Runtime Environment (JRE). JRE 1.6 must be downloaded to your computer in order to use DBsign Universal Web Signer (UWS). Click here to download JRE 1.6.
  • Obtain a DTS Account
  • Obtain a PKI Certificate
  • Learn how to use DTS
  • Import/Export Partner Administrators ONLY

Obtaining a DTS account and PKI certificate typically occurs as part of the in-process activities for people that are new to a site.

Check/Install Java Runtime Environment

In order to use DBsign UWS, JRE 1.6 must be downloaded to your computer. It is a JAVA applet that allows a user to access DBsign from the web instead of installing the DBsign client version to your computer. Click here for the JRE Installation Page.

Obtain a DTS Account

Contact your DTS Site Administrator (DTA) to have a DTS account setup.

Obtain a PKI Certificate

A Common Access Card (CAC) is used to log into DTS and sign travel documents. To get a certificate, contact your Local Registration Authority or DEERS/RAPIDS Verification Officer for CAC cards.

Learn How to Use DTS

There are many tools to learn how to use DTS. Click on the Training Resources link in the Quick Links and Resources box on the top right of the screen.

Import/Export Partner Administrators ONLY

DBsign is security software that is installed on the end user's computer and is used in DTS for user login and document signing. Before DTS can be used, DBsign must be installed on your computer. Click here for more information on installing DBsign.

If you are having trouble installing PKI/DBSign, contact the Travel Assistance Center at 1-888-HELP1-Go.


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