Yes. In the Windows environment, just follow these five easy steps to check your PIV Card's certificate expiration date:
Using Windows Internet Explorer (IE) select:
1. Tools; 2. Internet Options (from drop down menu); 3. Content (Tab of Internet Options pop-up window); 4. Certificates (button in middle of Internet Option pop-up window contents tab); 5. Personal (tab in Certificate's pop-up window).
At least four certificates should be displayed (3 in your name and one called PIV users). All four should have the same expiration date. If there are multiple sets of four, the latest expiration date is the expiration date of your certificates.
Also, your IC is able to track the certificate status for individuals in their organization. This information can be helpful when planning appointments with local Lifecycle Work Station (LWS) operators who will be renewing the certificates on site.
The Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) has posted on its website a spreadsheet listing, alphabetically by IC, the names of subscribers along with their SAC or Admin Code, certificate expiration date, and other information that would be helpful to the ICs.
The expiration dates will be posted chronologically and will be added to the list based on a rolling two-year time frame (one year for contractors).
To view the Smart Card subscriber spreadsheet, click on: http://smartcard.nih.gov/PKI_subscribers.htm. From there, click on the link found under the first bullet: "NIH Smart Card (PIV) badge holders as of xx/xx/20xx (spreadsheet)."
Note: Do not bookmark this latter link ("NIH Smart Card (PIV) Badge holders...") as it is subject to change due to periodic updates.