DATIM Release 1.27.e was deployed on February 19, 2019.
DATIM 1.27.e includes an update that will notify users when their account will be deactivated.
- Users will now receive an email notification when their account is about to expire
DATIM disables the account of any user who has not logged into DATIM in at least 90 days. This disabling of accounts is a requirement of US government systems, and must be enforced in order to maintain operating status. However, to help mitigate the impact of account disabling, DATIM will now send an email notification to users informing them that their account will be disabled:
- 14 days prior to account disabling
- 7 days prior to account disabling
- 3 days prior to account disabling
- 1 day prior to account disabling
- The system will alert you once your account is disabled
To prevent your account from being disabled, you simply need to log into DATIM; this will reset the clock on the 90 day timeline for disabling accounts.
If your account does become disabled, please reach out to your local user administrator, who will be able to re-enable your account. If you are not able to reach your local user administrator or do not know who that person is, please contact the DATIM Support desk for assistance.
It is important to note that the system checks several times a week for accounts that have not met the 90 day login threshold, so once your account is enabled, it is important that you log into your account immediately, or your account may become disabled again the following day.