Monthly Archives: March 2011

Bangladesh: new ID card policy hits refugees

According to IRIN the new Bangladesh national ID card policy may discriminate asyluum seekers from Burma Rohingya. New national ID card will start to be issued this summer and would be a base for obtaining social and municipal services like … Continue reading

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Waterloo, IA schools introduce ID badges for visitors

Waterloo, IA school district is looking to introduce ID badge system for visitors. The system called Raptor, made by V-soft compares driver’s license data with 48 states sex offenders record. In case a visitor is listed as a sex offender additional safety … Continue reading

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Florida ports ID badge; state, federal or both?

It has been 6 years struggle already for Florida ports to be able to issue photo ID badges and Florida Department of Law Enforcement to do background checks on badge applicants. As of now in many ports federal id badge … Continue reading

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Maine announces new photo ID card and DL design

Secretary of State Charles E. Summers, Jr. announced newly redesigned Driver’s License and Identification Cards for residents of Maine. Major changes include vertical design for under 21 years old as well as new security features like ghost portrait, securty indicia … Continue reading

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get used to wearing ID badge while in the hospital

Another hospital asks visitors to wear ID badges while on the premises of the facility. Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage, CA requires visitors to show photo ID card, takes a photo of the visitor and prints a disposable ID … Continue reading

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Saudi Arabia ID card deal for LaserCard

LaserCard, a leader in government ID solutions marked received an order valued at $2.1 million for making photo ID cards for Saudi Arabia citizens. “The Saudi Arabian program provides world-class protection and functionality, and enables citizens to benefit from credentials … Continue reading

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Tennessee introduces new ID card and driver’s license design

Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security announced yesterday will soon start issuing newly redesigned state photo ID cards and driver licenses.  It’s the first design change since 2003. The main purpose of the redesign is to improve security features as the department’s commissioner Bill Gibbons … Continue reading

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boojee beads introduces new id badge holders collection

boojee beads, stylish workplace accessories design company introduces a new lineup of ID badge holders for workplace as well as conferencing events. While ID badge accessories aren’t cheap here (conference credential sets start at $10 each) there seems to be market for these kind … Continue reading

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new procedure of federal ID badge replacement is one the way

According to Washington Business Journal changes have been proposed to the Federal Information Processing Standards. As of the present time it’s a major hassle to replace lost or compromised federal ID badge; the ID card issue process needs to be … Continue reading

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Georgia Supreme Court upholds photo ID voting law

Georgia Supreme Court announced last Monday that it would uphold photo ID card voting law despite Democrats complaints. The final decision, written by Justice Hugh Thompson, concluded that the law was a “minimal, reasonable, and nondiscriminatory restriction.” Bill passed in … Continue reading

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