The Pass & ID Office is now accepting appointments through the RAPIDS Appointment Scheduler.

Directory

Emergency
911 or 614-692-2111

Dispatch (non-emergency)
614-692-3875

Pass and ID Office (CAC Cards)
614-692-3023

Visitor Center
614-692-3024

Map showing DSCC installation and Columbus Airport

Directions to the Defense Supply Center Columbus
For GPS: Defense Supply Center Columbus is located at 401 N Yearling Avenue, Columbus, OH 43213

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Take Broad Street exit and travel east approximately 4 miles

Right turn on Yearling Road and travel 1/2 mile to

Turn left to Defense Supply Center Main Entrance  

Right into the Visitor Center or Straight through security for CAC and Military ID cardholders and ask security for additional directions

Take Hamilton Road exit and travel south approximately 1 mile, stay in right lane, Defense Supply Center sign guides you to 5th Street

Travel west on 5th Street approximately 1 mile.

Left at Yearling Road (traffic light) and travel approximately 1/2 mile

Right turn to Defense Supply Center Main Entrance

Right into the Visitor Center or Straight through security for CAC and Military ID cardholders and ask security for additional directions

Steltzer Road south to 5th Avenue

Left on 5th Avenue and travel approximately 2 miles to Yearling Road

Right on Yearling Road and travel approximately 1 mile

Right turn to Defense Supply Center Main Entrance

Right into the Visitor Center or Straight through security for CAC and Military ID cardholders and ask security for additional directions
 

 

 

Security Notice

Security and Emergency Services

 

Security and Emergency Services provides the Defense Supply Center Columbus with security and protection of life, property and environment from natural and manmade hazards, and from criminal or terrorist situations. Security and Emergency Services provides customer focused services as our number one priority and, when called, we will respond with proud and professional, highly trained personnel.

Visit the Security and Emergency Services sharepoint site (CAC-enabled) that is available to all personnel on the DSCC Installation. This site contains information about each function within Security and Emergency Services (Police, Fire & EMS, Pass & ID, Antiterrorism, Emergency Management, Criminal Intelligence, Physical Security), current policies and regulations, current forms, contact information, answers to Frequently Asked Questions and other pertinent information.

Defense Supply Center Columbus Visitor Information

 

Defense Supply Center Columbus (DSCC) has a Visitor Control Center and Pass & ID Office co-located in Building 61 at the main entrance. Both are closed on all Federal Holidays

JAMES ROAD GATE CLOSURE: The James Road Gate is currently closed. Deliveries can be made at the Main ACP on Yearling Road. The Main ACP remains operational. Signs will be posted informing drivers

Pass & ID

614-692-3141 (For CAC Appointments call 614-692-3023)
Hours: Monday - Friday 6:15 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
            Saturday & Sunday Closed

Our Pass & ID office is a civilian operation and provides all ID card and Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS) services that are not prohibited by regulation. Generally, any ID card service will require the presentation of two forms of identification. A valid state issued photo ID (driver’s license or ID card), and a social security card, or a birth certificate, or a voter registration card are acceptable.

The Pass & ID Office is now accepting appointments through the RAPIDS Appointment Scheduler.

Services

  • CAC Card Credential Issuance requires 1 days advance notice

Visitor Control Center (VCC)

614-692-3024
Hours: Monday - Friday 6:15 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
            Saturday & Sunday Closed: All visitors will be processed by DSCC Police

All visitors to DSCC that do not possess a Department of Defense (DoD) identification card must be processed through the Visitor Control Center (weekends by DSCC Police) or escorted by a DoD ID card holder.

There are two types of visitors authorized on DSCC, escorted and unescorted.

Escorted visitors must present either a valid state driver's license, state identification card with photo, a valid U.S. passport, or a valid passport from other countries cleared by the State Department. A maximum of five visitors per escort are permitted and they can be in the same vehicle with the person performing escort duty, or in one follow-on vehicle.

Unescorted visitors will be registered in the Defense Biometric Identification System Pre-Enrollment website and the Visitor Notification System. Any CAC or Uniformed Services ID holder can sponsor a visitor for unescorted access.

Unescorted visitors must use the DBIDS pre-enrollment website and enter their information. Link Below.  Each visitor must print or download the confirmation which contains a six-digit number and send a copy of the confirmation to the sponsor and have it in their possession upon entering the installation.

Sponsors will then register the visitors they sponsor by using the VNS enrollment module (CAC-enabled).

Visitors must present a valid state photo ID at time of entry. After verifying that the visitor is sponsored and a police records check is favorably completed, the visitor will be issued a DBIDS visitor pass. This pass is to be retained by the visitor at all time while on DSCC. At the end of your visit, you may destroy the visitor pass. It is not necessary to return it to VCC.

DBIDS Pre-enrollment site: https://dbids-global-enroll.dmdc.mil/preenrollui/#!/

New Visitor Enrollment site (CAC-enabled):  https://today.dla.mil/Columbus/visitornotice/Lists/Visitor%20Notifications/NewForm.aspx?

Security and Emergency Services News

Longtime DSCC engineer, installation deputy retires
Defense Logistics Agency Installation Management – Columbus Deputy Site Director Eddy Poprock (left) is presented a DLA Silver Letter award by DLA Land and Maritime Commander Navy Rear Adm. Kristen Fabry and Site Director Dan Bell Sept. 23 for his 39 years of federal service. Poprock retired Oct. 1 having spent all of his career supporting the Defense Supply Center Columbus.
Oct. 1, 2021 - Defense Logistics Agency Installation Management – Columbus Deputy Site Director Eddy Poprock retired Oct. 1 after 39 years at the Defense Supply Center Columbus. The Lorain, Ohio, native began his federal career shortly after graduating Ohio State University when he took a developmental civil engineering job at DSCC – then known as the Defense Construction Supply Center.

Defense Supply Center Columbus to implement enhanced visitor process
The Defense Supply Center Columbus is finalizing an enhanced visitor clearance system that will improve installation security and increase efficiencies for visitors requesting entrance to the installation. This new process will be implemented beginning Aug. 1, 2020.
June 24, 2020 - The Defense Supply Center Columbus is finalizing an enhanced visitor clearance system that will improve installation security and increase efficiencies for visitors requesting entrance to the installation. This new process will be implemented beginning Aug. 1, 2020.