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Intelleuron, LLC has received a $199,977 contract from the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology branch to design, develop and test artificial intelligence-based technology for applications with small unmanned aircraft systems in support of Border Patrol agents. The award was made under S&T’s Silicon Valley Innovation Program and is aimed at automatically identifying potential threats.

IDEMIA has appointed Donnie Scott, formerly director of National Security Business Development Technology, as its senior vice president of Public Security for its Identity & Security business in North America. The position is new for IDEMIA.

The Transportation Security Administration says it will negotiate a sole source contract with Idemia for continuation of the Universal Enrollment Services program while a competition for the program is completed. IDEMIA currently operates enrollment centers across the U.S. and its territories for a number of TSA smart credential programs, including Hazardous Materials Endorsement Threat Assessment Program, Transportation Worker Identification Credential, Alien Flight Student Program, and other populations such as PreCheck. The current contract expires on Sept. 4, 2018.





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