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BOI Authorized Signatory Responsibilities

Authorized signatories are responsible for ensuring that only individuals with an operational need receive Airport-issued badges. Authorized signers determine which level of access is required for the badge holder and which privileges are required in order for them to perform their duties at the Airport. Companies requesting Airport Identification Badges must have an Authorized Signatory Letter on file with the airport. There should be at least one individual, in a management or supervisory capacity only, authorized to request ID badges for the company.  

Authorized signers are responsible for ensuring that all badges are terminated or deactivated immediately upon employment termination. This update should be done in AirBadge. Failure to report a terminated badge will result in an administrative penalty. Authorized signers will be required to communicate with the Airport Credentialing Office staff during audits, investigations, and complaints to ensure that the Airport remains in compliance with all security regulations. Failure to do so may result in revocation of authorized signer privileges and further action from the Airport.

If you would like to become an authorized signer, you must:

  1. Complete all steps to become a signatory before you can endorse any employee badges. This process could take more than 30 days.
  2. Use the Signatory Letter Template to request to become an authorized signer. Letter must be printed on company letterhead and submitted with original signatures.

Contact the Airport Credentialing Office with any questions: 208-972-8450