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Date:11/13/2009

rically secured with "FastEntry(TM) - the most reliable biometric identification method on the market".
  • A contract with Oklahoma County OK for $67,000 to deploy finger biometrics to identify personnel logging into their existing BIO-key MobileCop software.
  • Over $70,000 in biometric orders received from LexisNexis in their continued expansion of their commercial biometric deployments.
  • Fifteen orders received from InterAct Public Safety Systems totaling more than $180,000 in law enforcement contracts, including new customer awards from the Anderson County Sheriff's Office and the Annapolis, MD Police Department.
  • A $65,000 add-on contract from Lucas County Ohio for deployment of our MobileNavigator in-car mapping solution for 150 vehicles.
  • A $50,000 add-on contract from Durant, OK, which brings to 675 the total number of agencies now being hosted by the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office.
  • Mike DePasquale BIO-key CEO concluded "We feel very good about what we have accomplished in bringing BIO-key from a pre-revenue, money losing company to a point where we have been able to sustain ourselves until the biometrics market developed. So with an emerging biometric market, affirmation by being selected by the most premier fingerprint user in the world, marquis customers with exciting applications and a clean balance sheet, we believe we have a bright future going into 2010 and beyond"

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    BIO-key has scheduled a call for Friday, November 13th at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time to discuss 2009 third quarter financial results. Dialing 800-860-2442 and asking for the BIO-key call at least 10 minutes prior to the start time. The conference call will also be broadcast live over the Internet by logging onto www.bio-key.com. A streaming audio replay of the webcast will be available shortly after the call on the Company's
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