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L-1 inks US$9.9 million deal
L-1 Identity Solutions has won a US$9.9 million three-year contract for advanced live scan biometric capture systems
Gemalto inks Queensland deal
Gemalto has been selected to provide eID cards to Australia’s Queensland Police Service.
Gambia shortlists firms for biometric voter scheme
Gambia confirms plans to introduce biometric voter’s card before next year’s general elections.
eID optimism for Europe?
Poland’s announcement that its national eID project will be rolled out in early 2011 has injected optimism for further momentum in eID rollouts in Europe, according to consultancy firm Frost & Sullivan.
Mexico gets set for massive ID project
Cross Match Technologies and Smartmatic have been selected be the Mexican Secretary of Governmet to register citizens and capture biometric identity verification data.
Seven more European countries select Dermalog
Seven more European countries use fingerprint scanners for ePassports registration
LaserCard wins Angola follow-on deal
LaserCard has confirmed it has won an US$11 million follow-on purchase order from the Angolan government.
Hungary taps LaserCard for driver cards
LaserCard scoops deal to supply secure International Certification cards from Hungary’s Public Transportation Authority.
OTI inks US$30 million deal
OTI has signed US$30 million in contracts for a national eID scheme.
Nepal takes steps towards eID cards
The Nepalese government looks set to issue new ID cards combining citizenship, voter ID, driver license passport and ATM functions.
New Iris ID spin off targets large ID programs
LG Iris spins off as Iris ID Systems - IC card contracts in its sights
UK sets next stage for ID card
UK national ID card to be made available to residents throughout the north west of England from January 2010.
UK ID card questions remain
With just months to go until the next UK general elections, questions still remain on the future of the country’s proposed ID card.
Mississippi license kiosk rollout begins
L-1 Identity Solutions has introduced new automated kiosks for processing driver’s license renewals and replacements.
Gemalto hits the 25 million mark
Gemalto surpasses 25 million smart card-based identity credentials shipped to the US federal government.
UK airports begin fingerprint checks
Foreign nationals with biometric UK visas and ID cards entering the UK must now have their fingerprints scanned when they enter the country.
OTI signs eID contract
OTI signs contract for the supply, transfer, maintenance and operation of an eID related product.
Transparent window makes smart cards more secure
New smart card security feature uses transparent window to authenticate document
DHS to use Entrust’s PKI
Entrust’s PKI technology to provide the unified security infrastructure for the US Department of Homeland Security.
Proposed Global Entry rule published
Janet Napolitano announces publication of new proposed rule to establish US Global Entry initiative as a permanent programme.
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