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  • ID Card Designs for Every Business, from Schools to Gyms and Healtchare

ID card solutions for every industry

By |July 3rd, 2018|

Businesses in every industry from retail to hospitality can use an ID card printer for a wide range of uses including employee and visitor IDs, customer membership and rewards cards, security passes, and more.

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  • How to Print Visually Secure ID Cards

What is REAL ID & how does it increase security?

By |November 14th, 2017|

The REAL ID Act, passed by the US Congress in 2005, creates a higher minimum security standard for state-issued ID cards. Starting in January 2018, residents of states who’s IDs are not REAL ID compliant […]

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New RAPIDS Program Introduces Self-Service ID Cards for Service Members

By |October 19th, 2012|

The Defense Manpower Data Center recently implemented a new system to make it easier for service members and their families to get and maintain identification cards. The new RAPIDS (Real-time Automated Personnel Identification System) program […]

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Wisconsin GOP proposes accepting student ID cards at polls

By |May 23rd, 2011|

Wisconsin Republicans proposed changes to a bill that would allow college students to use school ID cards as official identification at the polls.
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Industry Solutions: Government ID Cards

By |January 13th, 2011|

AlphaCard offers ID systems ideal for printing highly secure government-issued cards, such as military and employee ID badges, as well as drivers' licenses and other citizen identification.
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VA Hospital ID cards go high tech

By |February 25th, 2010|

VA Hospitals across the country are rolling out a new high tech ID badge program that aims to reduce identity fraud while protecting personal information. The VA Hospital in Big Springs, Texas is the latest to hop on board. Each card features an encrypted chip that holds important info such as fingerprints and government employee verification. The cards also certify that the employee has received a full background investigation.
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New veteran’s ID card program protects identities and key benefits

By |December 16th, 2009|

In an effort to crack down on identity theft, the Department of Veteran’s Affairs created a new identity card for veterans to prevent scams and protect confidential information. The new ID program will safeguard benefits and services that all veterans are entitled to after their military service.

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ID cards part of heightened security push at Cleveland County Courthouse

By |November 25th, 2009|

Oklahoma's Cleveland County Courthouse is launching a new photo ID program in response to several recent security breaches involving people bringing in weapons or potentially dangerous objects. The new ID system aims to make it easier for deputies to screen courthouse visitors and search all bags being brought into the building. To do this, the east door of the courthouse will now be open only to courthouse employees and attorneys carrying an ID card issued by the Sheriff's Department.
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Access control system uses proximity cards to provide flexibility and security

By |August 5th, 2009|

With several different sites to watch over security was a challenge for the Bolton Metropolitan Council. In addition to a large town hall which hosts most of the council’s business and boasts the town’s central registry office, a theater, and other public rooms, the Council also operates several over satellite buildings around the area. To keep better track of the more than 4,500 people coming through the doors the council installed an access control system using proximity cards that ensures building users are only permitted to enter pre-approved areas at designated times.

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New employee identification badges for emergency responders offer more accountability

By |June 30th, 2009|

A new employee badge system will soon be in place for the emergency responders of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. This new ID system will standardize badges issued to law enforcement, firefighters, paramedics, and non-government agencies that are potential responders in emergencies. The new ID program is being put in place to help organize and manage the chaos that often happens at emergency scenes, by creating greater accountability for the emergency responders on the scene.

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