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18. Relief from Tax (Incidental and Consequential Charges): New Clause 2 — Passport fees for holders of ID cards (15 Sep 2010)

Steve McCabe: ...was not entirely clear what the national identity register was. Some people thought that it was to do with facial geometry, some thought it was not. Some people thought that it was to do with a Sagem algorithm, whatever that is, and others thought that it was to do with the Cogent algorithm. One person thought that it was "co-ordinated" and another said that it is not a box with everyone's...

Environment: Low-carbon Technologies — Question for Short Debate (14 Jul 2010)

Lord Sugar: ...our French cousins' book". They somehow manage to use French contractors for all major projects. As an example, their public offices are littered with normally uncompetitive-on a worldwide basis-Alcatel and Sagem IT and telecoms equipment. The Minister has clever people at his disposal to overcome these hurdles and can do it if he wants to. The coalition has said that 500,000 people from...

Written Answers — Home Department: Contracts: Costs (11 Mar 2009)

Jacqui Smith: ... UKBA—IND Procurement of Infrastructure, Development and Support (IPIDS): ATOS Origin 250 250 130 UKBA—Mycroft—SERCO 42 42 (1)43.5 UKBA—IAFs (Immigration Automated Fingerprinting System): Sagem 31 31 (1)28.7 UKBA. Warnings Index—Fujitsu 32.8 32.8 8.8 UKBA. E-borders—Trusted Borders Consortium 863 880 (1)105 ...

Written Answers — Home Department: Security: Heathrow Airport (27 Mar 2007)

Liam Byrne: ...Air Transport Association (IATA) and the Simplifying Passenger Travel (SPT) initiative. Led by BAA, the UK Regional Group also comprised Accenture, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, IER, Raytheon, Sagem, SITA and IND along with a number of associate partners. Each partner provided resources at their own cost; in the case of central Government this amounted to staff costs only. The use of...

Written Answers — Home Department: Departmental Studies (27 Feb 2007)

Liam Byrne: ...and Charitable Giving 2006 NatCen Crime and Community Safety Evaluation of the Prolific and Other Priority Offenders (PPOs) Strategy—Offender Interviews PRCI Ltd. NOMS SAGEM NatCen Prisons Competence Assessment Project Prisons Independent Review of Job Evaluation System Prisons Impact Analysis for Movement to Pay and...

Written Answers — Home Department: Information Technology (11 Sep 2006)

Liam Byrne: ...Change Programmes Business Programme Supplier/contract Value ( million) Year IND Project Semaphore (part of e-Borders) IBM 31.9 From 2004 to date Project IRIS (part of e-Borders) Sagem 2.8 2004 Mycroft SERCO/Mycroft 42 From 2004 over five years Points Based System Atos Origin Sirius FCO Services <4 Still in definition stage and has...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Project IRIS (15 May 2006)

Joan Ryan: ...for some very good reasons. The pilot phase was extended after the terrorist attacks on 7 July 2005. Enrolment stations were closed and staff were deployed elsewhere to give the project supplier, Sagem, more time to demonstrate system stability. As the hon. Gentleman knows, the response to his question to the Minister for Immigration, Citizenship and Nationality, my hon. Friend the...

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: EU Extremely Large Telescope (10 May 2006)

Jim Fitzpatrick: ...—Italy ITER—Institute Tecnologico y de Energias Renovables—Spain JUPASA Transformados Metalicos—Spain Leiden Observatory—Netherlands Lund University—Sweden Max-Planck Institut fur Astronomie—Germany Media C. I.—Spain SAGEM (REOSC)—France SESO—France Technion—Institute of Technology—Israel University of New South...

Written Answers — Home Department: Identity Cards/Verification (8 Feb 2006)

Andy Burnham: ...Communications Ltd. Methods Consulting Ltd. National Identity Cards Nortel Networks Ltd. Novell UK Oberthur Card Systems Ltd. Oracle Corporation UK Ltd. Ovum Ltd. PCCW (Europe) Sagem Communications UK Ltd. Senselect Ltd. Tata Consultancy Services TIBCO Triad Group plc Unisys Ltd. URU Technologies UK Ltd. Security seminar, 10 December 2004 3M Health Care Ltd. Accenture...

Written Answers — Home Department: Project Iris (12 Sep 2005)

Tony McNulty: ...iris pattern, which is the most personally distinct feature on the human body (even identical twins have different iris patterns), and converting it to a digital code. The prime contractor for IRIS, SAGEM SA part of the SAFRAN group, are contractually obliged to meet the following biometric rates: Failure to Enrol rate (FTR)—must be less than 2 per cent. False Reject Rate...

Written Answers — Home Department: Project Iris (5 Jul 2005)

Ben Wallace: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what the cost is of the contract with SAGEM to supply the Iris based immigration system as part of Project Iris.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Precision Guided Bomb (17 Jun 2002)

Lord Bach: Invitations to tender for the precision guided bomb contract were issued to six potential contractors in October 2001. Three of these, MBDA, Raytheon and SAGEM, agreed to participate in a two-stage assessment process. Stage one concluded on 31 May 2002, with the decision not to involve SAGEM any further forward in the competition. MBDA and Raytheon's bids will now be assessed in more detail...

Orders of the Day — Defence Estimates: Second Day (18 Oct 1994)

Ian Davidson: their countries when they consider defence industries. I think of Pilkington Optronics in my constituency, which is bidding against foreign competition for masts and periscopes for submarines. Sagem in France and Kollmorgen in the USA have received substantial Government finance to help them with their research programme, but Pilkington and its collaborators have had to fund a research...

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