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The DoD Forms Program continues enhancement of Adobe Acrobat forms to include making public-use DD Forms IT accessible and DoD Public Key Infrastructure signature handler capability developed specifically for Acrobat forms.
All approved Department of Defense (DoD) forms hosted on this website are provided in a fillable PDF format, unless otherwise specified by the Office of Primary Responsibility (OPR). To download any hyperlinked Adobe PDF files (PDF) from the DoD Forms Management Program website, end-users will need a browser with Adobe Acrobat Reader installed, or at a minimum have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on the computer they are attempting to view/download the form with. Adobe Acrobat Professional is also acceptable, as the file extension for all official Department of Defense forms on this site is “.pdf.” To download a PDF file from this website, please proceed as follows:
With the exception of the PDF forms in our site that are not fillable, all of our PDF forms are Reader Extended. This means you can use Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is a free software application that allows end-users to view PDF files on all major computer platforms and operating systems. Adobe Acrobat Reader, or (Adobe) Reader, for short, is the no frills version of Adobe Acrobat Professional, which is the for-pay full-featured version of Acrobat. Adobe Acrobat Professional, or Acrobat Pro (for short), automatically grants end-users the ability to perform “advanced” functions such as filling and printing PDF forms. Adobe Acrobat Professional also allows you to save your data and/or e-mail your completed form.
Adobe Reader Extensions enables additional functionality within the free Adobe Acrobat Reader application, which is typically reserved for the Adobe Acrobat Pro (the fully enabled version of Adobe Acrobat Reader). Adding Reader Extensions to our PDF forms enables advanced usage rights typically reserved for Adobe Acrobat Pro users, such as filling out and saving forms, adding comments and annotations, adding digital signatures, or submitting PDF forms with Adobe Reader.
A current version of Adobe Acrobat Reader (which is free) is all that is required. The most current version should always be used.
Yes, all Department of Defense Forms available in PDF format have been Reader Extensions with the exception of non-fillable forms.
If you have specific questions concerning Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat, or experience problems that you or your departments IT professionals (Assuming you have access to such resources) can’t resolve, there is an Adobe Acrobat Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) provided by Adobe Systems †.
As a matter of common practice, all users should make a reasonable effort to have the most current version of Adobe Reader, which is free on your computer. If your current security policies or IT staff will allow you to install software without assistance or supervision, click the following link to obtain the newest Adobe Reader specific to your operating system and hardware environment. If you need guidance or assistance with the installation of software, contact your trusted IT professional to assist you with your installation process. Adobe Reader†, is a free software application made available by Adobe†.
Just like when using a popular search engine (Google, Bing!, etc.), the search box (powered by USA.Search.gov) utilizes user-inputted keywords to perform its searches. So, it’s important for you to be as specific as possible when searching for content on this site. The most advisable approach would be to search using the form number (if you know it). For example: If you're searching for Department of Defense (DD) Form 67, simply enter “dd67,” or “DD 67.”
If you know the name of the form you're looking for, you can try entering the name, although that could bring back countless results. To counter this, it is advisable that you enclose your search term or terms in double quotations, i.e.—"Acquisition Corps - Waiver Request" or "Acquisition Corps", "Waiver Request". Doing so will imply that you want to specifically look for that specific string of words and should improve the returned search results. This method may also be applied when searching for form numbers. PDFs for cancelled forms will not be viewable/available on this site.
You can always contact your Component Forms Manager first, or ask the DoD Forms Management Website Administrator for help if you come across any PDF errors, however, we ask that you do a little fact finding before you do. Since there can be a number of factors that create an error in either downloading, viewing, or using a PDF, it is important to first do a bit of additional fact finding before contacting your Forms Manager or the DoD Forms Site Administrator.
First, make sure that you're using the most current releases of Adobe Reader and whatever your preferred browser may be (Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Safari, etc.). Second, keep in mind that some browsers can respond more or less favorably with application plug-ins (especially after a browser or application update), so it may be beneficial to download the document to the computer and try working with it offline. Lastly, checking to make sure you have an internet connection and that you don’t have any anti-virus software blocking form use may also prove helpful.
If you are still experiencing issues viewing or interacting with your form, please contact your Component Forms Manager first, then the DoD Forms Manegemnt Webite Administrator to let us know the form number, revision date (found at the bottom left corner of the first page), which browser/browser version you are using (typically found under the "Help" menu in your web browser: Help > About...), and state as specifically as possible the problem you are encountering with the form.
To suggest a change to a form, the suggestion(s) must first go through your specific Military Service or Component Forms Management Officer (FMO). It is here that the suggestion(s) will be approved or denied at the level of the designation of the form. For example, suggestions on DA forms shall be processed and approved by the Army, while suggestions on DD Forms shall be processed and approved by the DoD Component Office of Primary Responsibility (OPR), starting with your specific FMO.
The short answer is, "No." While the OMB number may be exired, the form is considered current and active until the Office of Primary Responsibility (OPR), cancels the form.
Some of the forms listed on this site are regarded/classified as a Physical Product, not available for download, of "controlled," and therefore can't be directly downloaded from this website. In these instances, the end-user will need to contact the Component Forms Manager, and/or the Office of Primary Responsibility (which owns the form) in order to attain access to that particular form.