Accenture, Satyam, L1 win UID's Aadhaar deal
The programme is designed to confirm the identity of the 1.2 billion residents of India, making it the largest identity management programme in the world. The Accenture-MindTree-Daon led the race, emerging as lowest bidders for the contract. The other two bidders had to match the price of Rs 2.75 per transaction quoted by Accenture-MindTree-Daon consortium. Mahindra Satyam partnered France's Morpho while HP partnered U.S. based L1 ID Solutions and India's 4GID.
Entire selection process was completed in record time of three months and many new international benchmarks, including one of the lowest prices for de-duplication have been achieved. The multi model system and allocation of de-duplication transactions among the three agencies based on the performance of each system is being attempted for the first time in identity resolution systems anywhere.
The initial phase of the contract will run up to two years and a total of 200 million residents are expected to be de-duplicated by a combination of the three Biometric Solution Agencies in the first stage of the program.
The scope of work for the Biometrics Solution Providers will, include the design, supply, installation, commissioning, maintenance and support of multi-modal Automatic Biometric Identification Subsystem (ABIS) and multi-modal Software Development Kit (SDK) for client enrollment station, verification server, manual adjudication and monitoring function of the UID application.
These functions would go into creating the ability of UIDAI to ensure De-duplication during the allotment of UID numbers based on the Biometric information collected from the residents. The selection of Biometric solution vendors is a major milestone in the UID project.
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