Accenture-Atos-Safran Team to Support eu-LISA Visa Information & Biometric Matching Systems

| September 28, 2016

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A team comprised of Accenture, Safran‘s identity and security business and Atos has secured spots on a potential six-year contract from the European agency for the operational management of large-scale information technology systems in the area of freedom, security and justice. The consortium will provide application and infrastructure support for the E.U. Visa Information System and the Biometric Matching System in an effort to accelerate and secure the processing of third-country nationals’ visa applications in order to enter the Schengen area, Accenture said Tuesday.

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