January 5, 2015 -
International Quality & Productivity Center has unveiled the speaker lineup for the ninth annual Biometrics for Government and Law Enforcement conference, held January 26-28 at the Sheraton Pentagon City Hotel in Arlington Texas.
Biometrics for Government and Law Enforcement is the only biometrics event designed to exclusively cater to the unique needs of federal government and local law enforcement.
The conference will focus on the future of biometric initiatives and technology, delivered by a lineup of speakers spanning DHS, the U.S. Army, CBP, FBI, Michigan State Police, TSA, USCIS, to name a few.
Speakers include Ken Fritzsche , director of identity technology division at the Department of Justice’s office of biometric identity management; James Loudermilk, senior level technologist at the DOJ; Paul Souza, deputy director at Plymouth County BCI; Stephen L. Morris, assistant director of the FBI’s criminal justice information services division; Diane Stephens, chief req/standards/tech mod at DHS OBIM, Scott Ulrich, chief architect at the U.S. AirForce; and Leslie Hope, biometrics chief of biometrics division at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security/USCIS.
A full list of the speakers can be viewed at the Biometrics for Government and Law Enforcement website.
Speaker topics will include hands-on training for field operators to prepare themselves for future requirements, tactics for a seamless integration to Next Generation Identification systems, biometrics file standards, the latest developments in smartphone-based, all-in-one scanners, newest options for rugged scanners, intuitive biometrics scanners that align to any environment, biometric cyber security, interoperability opportunities, and keeping track of changing templates.
Additionally, the conference will feature breakout sessions on future requirements, science and technology, and field operations, as well as an NGI & Technical Training Day.
Registration is now open on the conference website, with the pre-summit focus day priced at $125 and the two-day main summit priced at $400.