Identifies all users, who will be using system.
Assigns users areas of responsibility
Ensures that security is maintained.
Conducts periodic security checks.
Is accountable for password misuse
(1) Can access all areas within dining facility operations sub-system. Managers will
ensure users know their areas of responsibilities.
(2) User will follow established procedures for "changing " passwords
(3) Understands consequences for "sharing" passwords.
(4) Does not "display" password.
(5) User understands that their login identifies the user and that the password assigns
responsibility to that user.
10. System Operation. Before operating AFMIS, you need to know how the system is set-up.
a. System Description. The AFMIS DFO Sub-system operates on the AT&T 700
Terminal, in here you will use the 605 series. Before operating you should be familiar with your
equipment. You should also perform PMCS regularly to ensure proper functioning of your
b. Management Control Checklist. This checklist is used as a tool for managers
supervising users within their functional areas. This will ensure that their personnel are
accomplishing daily tasks required in their areas on a daily basis.
c. Commanders briefing. Commanders should be kept abreast of how the dining facility is
operating. Managers should inform commanders of how the system operates to ensure command
emphasis is present. This includes training of the Food Service Officers assigned to the dining
facility. Command emphasis is a big factor in the overall dining facility operations.
11. System Access. Managers will need to become familiar with the set-up of their equipment.
12. Beginning a session. Before operation begins with AFMIS you must first follow these steps.
a. Login Procedures. After set-up of your terminal you should see on your screen a
"LOGIN" word, this is your terminal address, which is different for each dining facility. You
will then type in your login. Then you will be prompted to enter in your password. Remember,
the password will not show up on the screen when you type it.