UN picks Smartmatic for voter registration in Zambia

Monday 8 March 2010 | 05:18 CET | News
Smartmatic, a provider of technological solutions for governments has won a contract from the UN. The United Nations, via its Development Programme (UNDP), has selected Smartmatic to deploy new technologies for the improvement of the electoral register of the Republic of Zambia. As part of the first stage of the project, Smartmatic will provide Zambia with 1,000 mobile electronic biometric registry units (PARkits). This includes all hardware and software components, with their respective protective cases, training services, technical assistance and a one-year warranty. The UNDP expects

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Countries: Zambia
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