Mayvin Hosts Biometrics Interagency Working Group Event

ALEXANDRIA, VA — Mayvin, Inc. (Mayvin), a global technical and knowledge-based services firm supporting national security and federal law enforcement customers, is pleased to announce its leading role as a host of the annual Biometrics Interagency Working Group (BIWG) meeting. The event will be held Friday, 8 March 2024, at the Executive Conference Center in Arlington, VA, and will focus on Biometric Standards, Innovations, and DNA topics such as rapid DNA testing, misuse of genomic data, and the Combined DNA Index System.

Mayvin will co-host the event alongside Janice Kephart, Senior Biometric Interagency Coordinator and Biometrics Interagency Working Group Director at the Department of Homeland Security Office of Biometric Identity Management Futures Identity. The BIWG consists of U.S. federal departments, agencies and programs who voluntarily seek to improve their knowledge and implementation of biometric programs in accord with civil rights, liberties, and privacy.

“We are excited to collaborate with the Biometrics Interagency Working Group to host this essential event,” said Lisa Rosenthal, Mayvin CEO. “Biometrics and DNA technologies are crucial for enhancing security and public safety. This event provides an invaluable opportunity to explore the latest standards and innovations in these fields.”

About Mayvin

Mayvin is a global technical and knowledge-based services firm supporting the Departments of Defense, Homeland Security, and Justice. We work across multiple domains including SETA, Engineering, Science, and Technical Advisory, Advanced Integration and Cyber, Operations and Mission Support and Intelligence within the U.S. Government, associated Combatant Commands, Allies, and partners. Headquartered in Alexandria, VA. Navigating the complex world of integrating technology into the modern battlefield requires knowledge. At Mayvin, we bring knowledge to you.

About Biometrics Interagency Working Group

The Biometrics Interagency Working Group is a collaborative effort among various agencies to develop and implement biometric standards and technologies for enhancing national security and public safety.


OBIM provides the Department of Homeland Security and its mission partners with biometric identity services that enable national security and public safety decision making.