DoD and Military Identification

DMVA DEERS Office
6848 South Revere Parkway, (3rd floor)
Centennial, CO 80112
 
Thomas Ambrose (DOD Civilian)
 
Operations by Appointment ONLY (Required)
 
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday through Friday, 08:00 to 16:00
Phone: 720-250-1315

Services:  
  • Issue DOD ID cards, including CAC (Common Access Card), to those with a (DEERS) record showing eligibility.  
NOTE: Requires that the recipient (aged 18 or older) present two forms of government-issued identification, one of which must be a photo ID.  These may include a valid (not expired) driver’s license or passport, any DOD id card (may NOT be expired), the original or a certified copy of a birth certificate, an original Social Security card.
  • This office issues CAC to military members, DOD Civilians and DOD Contractors.  In addition to CAC, this office issues ID cards to eligible Military or DOD Civilian Retirees and their dependents, 
  • Research and have corrected DEERS record discrepancies that are depriving individuals of legitimate entitlements.
  • Process DEERS transactions such as the addition of a spouse, children, step-children, custodial children (requires the original of a court order of custody), processing of a divorce (requires valid court order), update of the eligibility of dependent children over the age of twenty-one who are full-time college students, and the record update of retirees who have enrolled in Medicare Part B for Tricare benefit purposes. 
  • This office also assists those attempting to extend benefit eligibility, including Tricare, to otherwise ineligible dependents with medical disabilities, as well as parents or in-laws who can establish dependency. (These cases must be approved by the Defense Finance and Accounting Service -DFAS).  
  • This office also provides limited guidance on Tricare enrollment procedures and benefits.

 

  Tom Ambrose has been the Primary DEERS contact at this office since March 2003.  
  He served for seven years in the Active Army, sixteen years in the Army National Guard, and retired in 1997.  
  He has a BS in Business Administration from the State University of New York.  
  He is the recipient of the Adjutant General’s Colorado Commendation Medal for exemplary service.
 
  Mr. Ambrose has been happily married for over thirty years and has four sons.