Suquamish Tribe Chooses DSS for Card Production
ROCHESTER, NY--(Marketwired - Jul 15, 2016) - Document Security Systems, Inc. (
The addition of the Suquamish tribe increases DSS' market share in ETCs. The company was the first to produce ETCs and, with this latest addition, DSS Plastics Group now produces the identification cards for seven Native American governing bodies.
"After evaluating vendors for over two years, DSS offered us an exceptional ETC product which met all of WHTI's security requirements," said Janis Contraro, Administrative Program Manager Fisheries Department/Enrollment Office of the Suquamish tribe. "DSS was very helpful in meeting our needs and easy to work with."
The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative was mandated by the U.S. Congress as part of the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004. WHTI establishes document requirements for travel by land or sea into the United States from Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and Bermuda.
"We moved aggressively into the ETC market including investments in new equipment so we could produce the cards," said Mike Caulley, President of DSS Plastics, "as a result, we have outpaced the competition and won new customers. This is a growth market and we are well positioned to be the leading supplier."
DSS Plastics is in discussion with several other Native American tribes seeking to issue ETCs to their members. More information on DSS ETC offerings can be found at http://enhancedtribalcard.com/.
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