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DHS Posts ID Application Tech Concept RFI

The Department of Homeland Security has issued a request for information to seek sources of technologies that will implement digital receipt, transmission and authentication of applicant documents and information. A Federal Register notice posted Thursday says DHS looks to mitigate processing time, manage potential fraud risks and optimize security in ID application processes.

DHS is also seeking for concepts that can validate potential technologies and augment adoption rates in compliant identification processes. Interested vendors are required to answer a series of questions and are encouraged to post comments through the eRulemarking Portal.

Responses to the notice are due Dec. 9.

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