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Lead: DIBP edges closer to fully automated borders

by Poppy Johnston •
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The next stage of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection’s (DIBP) $93.7 million ‘Seamless Traveller’ initiative is underway, with the department approaching the market for two solutions – a digital alternative to Incoming Passenger Cards (IPC), and a system to reduce the need for passengers to be manually processed at an Exit Marshall Point (EMP).

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