Reston, Va., November 10, 2021 – IDEMIA I&S North America, the leading identity security and authentication solutions provider for state and local agencies, has been awarded a six-year contract with two additional one-year extension options with the state of Indiana in support of its enrollment services. The contract extends IDEMIA I&S North America’s enrollment services relationship with the state which began in 2009.
IDEMIA I&S North America’s contract with Indiana includes fingerprint capture, a backend processing solution and support for all Indiana user agencies. Under the new contract, the appointment registration system, livescan solution, and backend solution will all be upgraded to bring IDEMIA’s top technology to the State of Indiana and provide support for the Indiana State Police and all user agencies.
A trusted vendor for the state of Indiana since 2009, IDEMIA I&S North America brings expertise deeply rooted in biometrics, identity security and authentication solutions, specifically, the secure capture and transmission of electronic fingerprints for employment, certification, licensing and other verification purposes. The company is a trusted and authorized service provider for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and one of the few companies approved to submit fingerprints to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) as an approved FBI Channeler.
Fingerprint capture is one of the most common uses of biometrics, providing ID registration and authentication for large-scale projects. IDEMIA I&S North America provides the secure capture and transmission of electronic fingerprints and its livescan statewide fingerprint capture network has been a value add for Indiana law enforcement.
IDEMIA I&S North America is proud to work with over 370 Indiana state and county agencies to securely enroll, issue, and verify physical and digital identity credentials for residents and enabling trusted interactions with government agencies both in-person and online, ensuring greater citizen inclusion and the delivery of mission-critical services.