Pursuant to [section]7209(k) of the IRTPA, CBP manages a number of "trusted traveler" programs that permit travelers to voluntarily provide detailed biometric and biographic data
to CBP, and thereby to be eligible for expedited admission at POEs.
At a hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, on 13 September, a senior US administration official said that an exit programme would be rolled out within six to twelve months consisting of "enhanced biographic data
with certain biometric elements".
At the moment, at EU level, the negotiations for reaching an agreement upon the use of a common information system for stocking biographic data
and elements for peoples' biometric identification are at an advanced stage.
The new biometric identity and credential management system,using unique biometric characteristics - such as fingerprints, face and retinal images combined with risk analysis of biographic data
(Passenger Name Record - PNR; Advanced Passenger Information System APIS; APP) into a single security framework - to accurately identify and verify each personnel concerning their right to be on a plane or any other mode of transport.
system, (d) experience & biographic data
for each managerial responsible, professional & key personnel assigned & involved in the firm's work activities, (e) legal documents of the company including legal framework & date of establishment, number of employees, number of employees, name of legal representative, selected domicile etc.
Extensive biographic data
on applicants are compiled into a program data base beginning with the submission of an application.
Featuring more than 35 character cards, each with their own biographic data
, the game boasts both the 'classic' Top Trumps rule set, as well as the main 'adventure mode' for a more tactical head-to-head challenge.
Featuring more than 35 character cards each with their own biographic data
, the game boasts both the classic Top Trumps rule set, as well as the main Adventure mode for a more tactical head-to-head challenge.
Extensive biographic data
on applicants were compiled into a program data base beginning with the submission of an application.
This is because machine-readable passports generally have biographic data
for only one traveler.
Footnotes are given only when provided in the original--that is, as endnotes in the twentieth-century selections, and Devy's introductions (in 6-point type) for each selection (in 8-point type) are usually less than a page long, mainly providing bibliographic and biographic data
, while citing one or two main historical and conceptual reasons for the inclusion.
It can utilize a process of uniquely laser engraving an "eye readable" image of the cardholder's face, biographic data
, signature, document number, and expiration dates.