INS plans entry-exit system

The Immigration and Naturalization Service has released a request for proposals for development efforts for its National Security Entry-Exit Registration System.

Through the system, the Homeland Security Department is building a database of information about noncitizens who cross U.S. borders.

INS already has awarded a contract to BearingPoint Inc. of McLean, Va., to help with the system's planning. That deal runs through 2005.

"The new RFP is a program support contract," said Robert Mocny, director of the entry-exit system. The winning vendor will help INS develop the solicitation for building the system, he said, adding that BearingPoint is eligible to submit a proposal.

INS received $362 million to spend on the project this year. Congress approved the administration's full request.

 

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