Building on the success of the U.S. Passport, GPO has won recognition for its expertise
in secure credential design, materials selection, security printing, personalization,
U.S. Passport - Department of State
An arsenal of printed and electronic security features make the Passport tough
to counterfeit but easy to authenticate. GPO sends blank Passports, their integrated
circuits securely locked, to the State Department for personalization.
HSPD-12 PIV Card - Department of Homeland Security
GPO strengthens the security of these personal identity verification cards with layers of precision printing and design. The cards help reduce identity fraud and protect personal privacy, government facilities, and information systems.
Trusted Traveler Card - Customs and Border Protection
GPO designers integrated multiple layers of printed, optical, tactile, and electronic
features to produce one of the most secure cards in government. Trusted Traveler cards
streamline border crossing for pre-approved travelers entering the United States from
Canada or Mexico.
Medicare Beneficiary Card - Department of Health & Human Services
Medicare beneficiaries in Puerto Rico receive embossed plastic cards that are personalized
and fulfilled by GPO. They are the first Medicare cards in the United States and its
territories to be upgraded from paper.
Presidential Inaugural Badge - U.S. Capitol Police
GPO produced credentials to help law enforcement officers on the Inaugural platform and
along the parade route, making it easier to validate the identity of those closest to the
Law Enforcement Officer Badge - Inspectors General
Designed for production in quantities of 30 to 3,000, personalization of this credential
takes place within customer facilities, reducing data handling and cost, and making it
possible to issue individual credentials on demand.
Multi-layered Security Card architecture and features. (1) pdf1 (2) pdf2
Security Glossary Frequently used secure credential terms. pdf