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UK Home Office biometric self-enrolment technology – findings from recent large scale trials and future plans

 

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UK Home Office biometric self-enrolment technology – findings from recent large scale trials and future plans
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October 4, 2022

On October 4, 2022, the EAB Virtual Lunch Talks resume.

This session will host Graham Camm, who is UK Home Office’s Head of Technical Architecture, Biometrics. He will give a lunch talk to raise awareness for their newest opened call for Expression of Interest for phase 2 of the Biometrics Self-Enrolment Feasibility Trials.

This EoI follows on from the Feasibility Trials that were held in November 2021.

Attendance is free of charge but registration is required.

Registered participants will receive dial-in credentials the evening before the event via email.

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