IdentoGO by MorphoTrust Strengthens Public Safety with Fingerprinting Contracts in Two States

Partnerships Continue with Agencies in West Virginia and New York

MorphoTrust IdentoGO fingerprints customerMorphoTrust USA (Safran) today announced that it has signed contracts to provide fingerprinting services for the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) and the West Virginia State Police (WVSP). The services provided through the company’s IdentoGO® Centers will support the vetting of individuals applying for jobs or licenses in childcare, finance, law enforcement, nursing, education and other fields where fingerprint-based background checks are required by law or regulation in these states.

The contract signed with West Virginia State Police will cover secure fingerprint capture services for all individuals in the state who are mandated by legislation to undergo criminal history background checks, for example teachers, nurses, volunteers, foster and adoptive parents. The agreement is the result of a successful re-bid for a contract MorphoTrust previously had with WVSP, and is designed as an annual contract with six one-year extension options. IdentoGO Centers by MorphoTrust currently process 70,000 applicants annually in West Virginia, and that number is expected to grow to 80,000-90,000 per year. MorphoTrust will expand the number of IdentoGO Centers to 27 locations statewide to provide even more options to West Virginians.

MorphoTrust entered into a new contract with DCJS after being the successful bidder for New York’s Vendor-Managed Civil Fingerprint Capture System. The company has contracted with New York State since 2009 to provide fingerprinting services to employers, agencies or other entities required by law or regulation to conduct fingerprint-based background checks on prospective employees or those seeking certain licenses. MorphoTrust estimates it will serve approximately 450,000 individuals annually, including those applying for jobs with, or seeking a license from 44 New York State agencies, authorities and boards.

“These awards illustrate our commitment to delivering fingerprinting and other biometric and identity-related services to a number of states for a variety of programs. As we continue to expand our IdentoGO Center locations and services offered, we look forward to making it even easier for citizens to participate in biometric-based background checks wherever and whenever they are needed, and ultimately enhance public safety.
Charles Carroll, senior vice president for identity services at MorphoTrust

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