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L-1 agrees US$8.8 million license deal
South Dakota Department of Public Safety has awarded L-1 a US$8.8 million contract for a complete Over-the-Counter (OTC) secure driver’s license issuance system.
Phase II of Saudi ID scheme begins
The second phase of Saudi Arabia’s eID scheme is set to rollout, with Gemalto contracted to provide cards for the initiative.
Digital ID Solutions to personalise Angola ID card
Digital Identification Solutions will personalize Angola’s National ID Card
Smith unveils latest anti-terror plans
The UK Home Secretary Jacquie Smith has announced a broad-reaching strategy aimed at combating international terrorism.
Zetes inks kids-ID deal
Zetes has signed a deal with the Belgian Federal Public Service Interior to begin production of a new card aimed at children.
BSI publishes latest standards update
Biometric Services International (BSI) has unveiled its latest update of published and emerging biometric standards
Former DHS Secretary Chertoff in video address to SDW 2009
Top Bush Security Administration Cabinet Official in Exclusive Video Address to Security Document World 2009
LaserCard CEO hails growth, highlights plans
LaserCard’s CEO Robert DeVincenzi has outlined the company’s growth opportunities and revealed where he thinks the industry is headed in 2009.
Mühlbauer and BMI ink security partnership
The German Minister of the Interior and the CEO of Mühlbauer have signed a partnership agreement for document security.
L-1 secures HIIDE order
L-1 has received a US$8.3 million order for HIIDE 4.0 biometric enrolment and recognition devices.
TWIC hits the million milestone
One million port workers and truckers have now enrolled in the US Department of Homeland Security’s Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) program
Kashmiri residents get smart
Residents living in the troubled border areas of Indian Kashmir are being given cards to help identify them as Indian nationals and to control access into the state.
Zetes scoops another Burundi deal
Zetes has signed a contract with a consortium to deliver identification technology for a census of the Burundian military.
LaserCard and Gemalto ink Saudi deal
LaserCard has signed an agreement with Gemalto to supply chip-ready optical memory cards for Saudi Arabia’s national ID programme.
Home Office unveils milestones for 2009
The UK Home Secretary has unveiled a series of milestones for the UK Border Agency to meet this year.
Hirsch teams with CoreStreet
Hirsch solution uses CoreStreet FIPS technology
Six firms in frame for Tanzanian national ID card
Tanzania has named six companies to vie for the country’s national ID card project
NEC and GIT sign AFIS deal
Global Information Technology and NEC to develop AFIS to support ePassport and national ID solutions
TSA renews L-1 contract
L-1 Identity Solutions has been selected by the TSA as the prime contractor to provide enrolment services to commercial drivers seeking a Hazardous Materials Endorsement on their Commercial Driver’s License.
ePassports v Enhanced Driver’s Licenses
Smart Card Alliance calls for a review of the decision to use EPC Gen 2 RFID in US travel documents.
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