IDEMIA is strengthening its position as a leader in the field of technologies
IDEMIA continues to demonstrate its expertise in biometrics by signing contracts for biometric enrollment and background checks with several US states. These contracts are a testament to the states’ confidence in IDEMIA’s cutting-edge solutions for enrollment and identity verification.
Fingerprint capture services for several US states
More than two dozen US states trust IDEMIA for their enrollment and identity verification services. Recently signed contracts with several states, including Louisiana, Texas, South Carolina, West Virginia, and Washington, demonstrate the company’s leadership position in the field of biometrics.
These contracts enable states to benefit from fingerprint capture services that allow for the necessary background checks for a wide range of professions and activities. The contracts’ duration ranges from two to seven years, with most including an option for renewal for successive periods of one or two years.
A trusted provider for US government agencies
IDEMIA is also a trusted provider for US government agencies, offering identity verification and enrollment services to more than two dozen states. The company is the leading provider of driver’s licenses, chosen by 36 states, or 70% of driver’s licenses issued in the US.
Additionally, IDEMIA is an approved provider for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and one of the few companies authorized to submit fingerprints to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) while receiving background information from it. This expertise in biometrics allows IDEMIA to provide reliable security solutions for citizens and government agencies, ensuring better inclusion and access to essential services.
In conclusion, IDEMIA continues to strengthen its position as a leader in identity technology through its cutting-edge biometric services. The recently signed contracts with several US states demonstrate the states’ confidence in IDEMIA’s cutting-edge solutions for enrollment and identity verification while ensuring better inclusion and access to essential services for citizens.