IDEMIA Identity & Security, North America, has produced and shipped 60 million identification smart credentials in the Americas region, a product utilised by federal agencies to secure identity and authenticate employees and contractors under the Federal Information Processing Standard 201 (FIPS 201) Evaluation Program.
IDEMIA Identity & Security, North America’s smart credentials are the official standardised and interoperable ID card for access control for federal employees and contractors serving over 120+ federal agencies in addition to commercial customers.
“Our team is proud to empower state and local agencies with leading identity enrolment solutions that enable greater citizen inclusion and the delivery of mission-critical services for government agencies,” said Casey Mayfield, Senior Vice President, Justice and Public Safety, IDEMIA Identity and Security, North America. “Passing 50 million enrolments is a true testament to our strong collaboration over the last 25+ years with state and local governments. We look forward to the next 25 years!”
As an authorised TSA enrollment provider since 2013, IDEMIA Identity & Security, North America, just surpassed 17 million enrollments for the TSA PreCheck program.
IDEMIA Identity & Security, North America, has more than 560 TSA PreCheck enrolment centres in airports and communities nationwide to offer applicants a convenient way to enrol in TSA PreCheck.
These centres also provide enrolment for other TSA programs, including Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC), Hazardous Materials Endorsement Threat Assessment Program (HAZMAT Endorsement) and Flight Training Security Program (FTSP).
“TSA PreCheck is one of the most valuable consumer-based government programs, and we are proud to continue offering an accessible and convenient enrolment process,” said Lisa Sullivan, Senior Vice President, Travel and Transport, IDEMIA Identity & Security, North America. “The 17 million enrolments milestone demonstrates the benefits travellers recognise in the TSA PreCheck program.”