New developments from MyInfo911 use smartcard- and smartphone-based technologies to help safety officials quickly find out medical information, including allergies, medications and blood types, about individuals after an accident.
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In Avon-Canton, Connecticut, the Rotary Club is continuing its effort to keep children safe by partnering up with the Amber Alert Safe-Child ID program.
In recent years, rewards for credit cards have become one of the most competitive sectors of the market.
Many individuals have trouble reading the fine print of a complicated credit card contract, often signing ones they don’t fully understand.
According to Creditcards.com, which has been tracking rates since 2007, the average annual percentage rate on new credit cards is up to nearly 15 percent.
A new program to add transportation passes to student IDs in Washington, D.C., has become a more difficult process than originally expected.
Across the East Bay region of California, commuters and other bus riders are awaiting the new smartcard technologies that are soon to be released.
In recent years, Chicago government organizations had access to about 500 credit cards, but because of misuse, the number will shrink to eight, according to the South Town Star.
The Township recently announced that residents in the Lower Merion Township, including Bryn Mawr, Villanova, and Gladwyne, will be able to use a new payment option for parking meters: smartcards.
College students that wish to vote in Wisconsin will be required to show their plastic ID cards at the polls next year.