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The Alcohol and Drug Management Information and Tracking System (ADMITS) is the Navy and Marine Corps repository for alcohol and drug incident, screening, treatment, and training information. ADMITS provides statistical reporting and longitudinal assessment of the effectiveness of Navy and Marine Corps substance abuse programs. Additionally, the system provides information to validate the Navy's policy of zero-tolerance of drug abuse and to ensure compliance with urinalysis testing policy. ADMITS also provides historical data to field activities to evaluate and recommend the disposition of members who have an alcohol incident; and provides background checks for prospective employees of MWR child care activities, who are either an active duty member or retiree.
Internet Forensic Toxicology Drug Testing Laboratory Portal (iFTDTL) is a web-based system, operated by Department of Defense (DOD) that is the primary means of reporting urinalysis results. Additionally, the system provides information to validate the Navy's policy of zero-tolerance of drug abuse through the DOD compliance tool. The iFTDTL system also provides historical data to multiple activities to show receipt of members who have a published urinalysis results; and provides various urinalysis data reports. Each command is responsible for tracking their urinalysis results, drug positives, and discrepancies for all samples submitted for testing.
Web Drug Testing Program (WebDTP) is a web-based application to which the UPC can upload a roster, generate tests, and print custody documents. WebDTP also produces the 2D barcoded documents which the DD Form 2624(s) will not accompany the specimen samples to the lab. WebDTP is the primary Drug Testing Program application to be used.
Drug Testing Program Lite (DTPLite) is a standalone workstation application to which the UPC can upload a roster, generate tests, and print custody documents. DTP Lite is for those with minimal to no internet access and does not require a log in to access the application as it does not retain a history.