Accenture, formerly known as Andersen Consulting, won on the strength of its proposal, which relied heavily on radio frequency identification technology…
RFID–the injectable bio-chip. It’s coming. Count on it.
Who are Accenture’s partners in this deal? Dell, AT&T, Sprint and Raytheon.
Accenture said it has yet to select software partners for the project. However, the company last week announced a worldwide effort to work alongside Microsoft to develop what are being billed as “solutions blueprints” for public-sector agencies.
Microsoft. I should have known.
Just curious: How do Microsoft’s efforts to force it’s Trusted Computing initiative down the marketplace’s throat play into this new Homeland Security deal?