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L-1 Identity Solutions Selected by the State of New York as the Winning Bidder to Provide Enrollment Services for a Contract Estimated at Up to $250 Million
Date:10/29/2008

L-1 to Open 75+ Centers and Expects to Process More than 200,000 Submissions Annually for State Jobs and Licenses Requiring Fingerprint-based Background Checks

STAMFORD, Conn., Oct. 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- L-1 Identity Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: ID), a leading provider of identity solutions and services, was selected by the State of New York as the winning bidder for a five-year contract estimated at up to $250 million to provide enrollment services through the Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS). The contract, which is in the process of finalization, is with the Enrollment Services Division of L-1 and is expected to include two additional one-year renewals for potential combined contract duration of up to seven years.

L-1 will provide New York state residents with more than 75 new and convenient facilities for fingerprinting, background checks and processing of other data required for applications to certain jobs and state licenses. L-1 expects most network traffic to come initially from processing for the Office of Children and Family Services, Department of Health, Department of Motor Vehicles and the Department of State. In addition to these DCJS submissions, L-1 will offer its service centers to banks for processing American Bankers Association (ABA), Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and The Clearinghouse submissions, as well as FINRA submissions from brokerages.

L-1 initially expects to process more than 200,000 applicants annually in New York state. This figure could grow to over a half a million prints annually if the network is utilized by other state agencies and employers.

"This is an important win for us as we now have a strong enrollment services presence in the top five most
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