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U.S. May Use New ID Cards At Borders
Jun 07, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
June 7, 2004—Part of the enormous $10 billion contract Accenture recently won from the US Department of Homeland Security to improve monitoring and security at border crossings will include the development of an RFID-based card system. Such a system will ensure that waits at the already clogged border crossings don't become intolerable with the added security measures.
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