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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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High School Cat Mascot Bubba Receives Student ID Card

By |August 24th, 2015|

When you think of a pet cat, it’s easy to picture one curled up by a fireplace or outdoors walking along a fence.  But as a school mascot, is that even possible? Leland High School in San […]

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New Cash Transaction Card Requirement for MREs in Texas

By |August 12th, 2015|

New legislation passed in the state of Texas will change how metal recycling entities (MREs) pay sellers for their materials. The goal of this law is to improve industry regulation and help law enforcement officials […]

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Attention Pennsylvania Healthcare Facilities:  Are You Prepared for the ID Badge Act Update on June 1st, 2015?

By |May 21st, 2015|

The Pennsylvania Health Care ID Badge Law will be updated on June 1st, 2015 to require that healthcare facilities meet certain ID badge requirements.  Healthcare workers, according to the act, are “employees that deliver direct […]

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Are you ready for the switch to chip credit cards?

By |March 26th, 2015|

Banks and retailers across the country are scrambling prepare for the switch to chip-enabled credit cards later this year, but do you know what the changes mean? Chip cards use a different technology than the […]

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Political Organization Relies on ID Badges — Not Press Passes — to Gain Access to Campaign Events

By |July 28th, 2014|

Photographers and videographers who work at a political organization are looking very similar these days to the white house press corps with what appear to be press badges.  But they’re not — the bright photo […]

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See Our Eco-Friendly ID Card Solutions Guest Article in SecureIDNews.com

By |March 17th, 2014|

If you haven’t yet read our piece on environmentally-conscious ID card solutions in SecureIDNews.com, then check it out now!  In our guest article, we’ve provided some important —and interesting—information on the subject and what you, as […]

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New Student Safety Program in Detroit

By |December 20th, 2013|

Four public elementary schools in Detroit have partnered with Health Alliance Plan to create new student ID cards. The new child safety cards are designed to help police in an emergency, and both parents and […]

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Carnegie Mellon University Issues new Smart Card Student IDs

By |July 8th, 2013|

Many students rely on public transportation to get to class, and Carnegie Mellon University’s new smart card student IDs will allow students new access to the public transit in Pittsburg. Using designs students voted on, […]

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University of Pittsburg students use ID Cards for Museums

By |July 1st, 2013|

Many university student ID cards are used to access various buildings and programs around campus, from gyms to cafeterias. Students at the University of Pittsburg, however, can also use their student ID cards to gain […]

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