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  New facility offers hands-on experience with next generation biometrics, card technologies, and systems to meet new government security initiatives, including HSPD-12.
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BearingPoint launches “technology showroom” for secure ID technologies

BearingPoint has opened a new "technology showroom" in Washington, DC to display new secure ID technologies.

The new Global Security Identity Management Center will allow government agencies and enterprise customers to see, touch and experience live examples of many new identity management systems and solutions that can allow organizations to meet homeland security initiatives and comply with stringent new government regulations and programs such as HSPD-12 and FIPS 201 (which mandate and specify technical standards for security/access cards for all federal and government contracting employees working at federal facilities), border and trade security initiatives, and state driver licensing programs.

BearingPoint's Center will showcase many applications for the next generation of identity management technology — from a universal transportation worker identification credential to secure our nation's ports (TWIC), to biometric devices that capture and store a soldier's medical data in a combat zone, to state-of-the-art building and facility access systems for the Department of Defense and other agencies.

"There's an overwhelming amount of technologies in the marketplace, and our management experts have used the best-available software and hardware to build specific solutions that can help federal, state, and local agencies meet new regulatory requirements," said Paul Nadeau, senior vice president for BearingPoint's Public Services Solutions practice.

Identity management solutions on display at the Center address the requirements for national security initiatives, compliance with government mandates at all levels, border and trade protection, physical access control, securing infrastructure and facilities, and protection of user privacy. All these solutions are designed with the additional benefits of reducing costs and complexity while increasing security.


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