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Mr. Frank E. Moss

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Local Address: Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States
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  • law degree
    Catholic University Law School
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September 2006 Smart Card Press Releases, 1 Sept 2006 [cached]
Frank Moss, the State Department's deputy assistant secretary for consular affairs, said the government would issue RF-blocking sleeves to protect the cards and help secure people's information. He added that the cards will have strong security features.
"There will be all sorts of security features embedded in that card," he said. "It will be very difficult to reproduce except in a very sophisticated printing process. We're not talking about drivers' licenses."
Moss said that although inspectors will still physically check cars and identification, the passport cards would probably cut a few seconds out of inspections. In heavy border traffic, a few seconds for each vehicle can translate into hours of waiting time, he said. is dave stroup [cached]
"We're trying to reduce the market in stolen documents and passport identity theft," says head of the State Department's passport office Frank Moss to USA Today.
According to Moss, tests are being performed to find ways to prevent such access."We will be putting anti-skimming technology into the passports.We wouldn't adopt a passport technology that was going to put people at risk as they travel around the world," he said.
KnoxNews: National [cached]
The testing by the institute would be completed in six to eight weeks, said Frank Moss, deputy assistant secretary for passport services at the State Department.
"The responsibility of the Department of State is not just issuing passports; it's the safety and security of Americans as they live and travel around the world," Moss said.
Moss said the department does not like to call the passport chip RFID, because people typically refer to the technology as it is used by retailers, such as Wal-Mart Stores Inc., and the Defense Department, which use it to track shipments.Instead, he calls it "contactless smart card technology."
The chips would help speed up the processing of passengers at a time when airports are bracing for the arrival in 2006 of Airbus' superjumbo jets that are to seat at least 500 passengers, Moss said.
- January 29 - Frank Moss, ..., 7 Mar 2009 [cached]
- January 29 - Frank Moss, U.S. Senator from Utah (b. 1911)
:: National Association for Home Care and Hospice ::, 27 Feb 2006 [cached]
The association is guided by President Val J. Halamandaris, with over 35 years experience on Capitol Hill, and Senior Counsel, former US Senator Frank Moss, who served 18 years in the Senate and is known as the father of the Medicare and Medicaid home health benefit.
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