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July 8, 2019

How did you first get involved in the biometrics industry?

I’ve been focused on reducing risk, avoiding uncertainty, and building private-public partnerships for my entire career so when I heard about the opportunity at CLEAR, it sounded like a perfect fit. Immediately prior to joining CLEAR, I was doing regulatory, legal and government affairs at one of t...

June 10, 2019


1. How did you first get involved in the biometrics industry?

I first learned about identity management in the late 1990’s, while working with the US Postal Service on identity proofing and secure documents.  This spawned a Palo Alto identity management and proofing startup – SilentTrust – funded by Softbank.  Ahead of its time, the startup closed with th...

May 23, 2019

1. How did you first get involved in the biometrics industry?

After finishing graduate school in 2004, I knew I wanted to join the Foreign Service. So I took a job with a small company named the Orkand Corporation, which had a State Department contract to deploy multimodal biometric sensors and software for visa and passport issuance at US embassies and co...

May 21, 2019

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Andrew Howell, info@idtassociation.org

Washington, D.C. – The Identification Technology Association (IdTA) encourages the San Francisco Board of Supervisors to extend the period for comment and dialog on the proposed “Stop Secret Surveillance” legislation when it meets later today, so that the city, local residents and biomet...

May 15, 2019

The IdTA Team is excited to kick off our new series of board member profiles to give you a little more insight into our leadership and these important leaders in the biometric industry.

  1. How did you first get involved in the biometrics industry?

    My career in the biometrics industry started nearly two decades ago, when I accepted an internship with Fr...

December 15, 2018

Originally appeared in BioMetric Update: https://www.biometricupdate.com/201812/monument-policy-group-takes-over-management-of-identification-technology-association

Monument Policy Group takes over management of IdTA

Dec 14, 2018 | Stephen Mayhew

Monument Policy Group has been hired to take over management of the Identification Technology Association (I...

December 13, 2018

MONUMENT WILL RUN TRADE GROUP: Monument Policy Group is taking over the Identification Technology Association. Andrew Howell, a Monument partner, has become president of the trade group, which represents companies such as 3M and General Dynamics. He takes over from Jason Conley, who's now leading the OmniAir Consortium. Monument will lobby for the trade g...

December 13, 2018

Monument Partner Andrew Howell will serve as President of IdTA

Washington, D.C. – The Identification Technology Association (IdTA) is pleased to announce that Monument Policy Group has been hired to take over management of the trade association, effective November 1. Monument Partner Andrew Howell will serve as President of the organization, which is the l...

November 27, 2018

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