The three primary face recognition tasks are verification, identification, and watchlist. In verification, the task is to accept or deny the identity claimed by a person. In identification, an image of an unknown person is matched to a gallery of known people. In the watchlist task, a face recognition system must first detect if an individual is on the watchlist. If the individual is on the watchlist, the system must then correctly identify the individual. We address the identification task. Due to the availability of large amounts of data acquired in a variety of conditions, robust techniques to handle uncontrolled acquisition conditions, small and scalable sample sizes to large gallery sizes are desirable.