Under this first task order, iBeta conducted and reported on Data Interchange Standard Conformance Testing to ANSI/NIST ITL-1-2011 on two mobile biometric devices and their components. The testing determined conformance of the output transaction records for the items under test to the standard, which is the latest base standard used by the FBI, DoD and DHS for queries against large scale biometric repositories (IAFIS, ABIS, IDENT). iBeta provided results documentation to Sandia, DHS and the device manufacturers (specific only to their device).iBeta’s Biometrics Team was very excited to work with and complete their first task order with Sandia. During execution of this first task order, Sandia evaluated iBeta’s testing process and rated iBeta as outstanding in that iBeta’s performance consistently exceeded contract requirements in all of the following categories; Quality of Products/Services, Safety/Security, Schedule, Financial, and Contract Compliance/ Management.
iBeta’s Biometrics Team is available to perform Mobile Biometric Testing on various biometric systems, devices and components under the Sandia contract or other contract vehicles, including commercial entities. iBeta looks forward to continuing a strong working relationship with Sandia National Laboratories and the Department of Homeland Security.
Headquartered in Metro Denver (Aurora) Colorado, iBeta offers a full range of software quality services. Our services encompass many different software quality activities, such as quality assurance, functionality testing, performance testing, compatibility testing, code reviews, IV & V, and test plan engineering. Our testing labs can handle a wide variety of software architectures, such as simple web-based applications, stand-alone software packages, and complex client-server architectures.
More information about iBeta’s biometrics department and its QA Testing services in general, can be found at iBeta’s website at www.iBeta.com.