The Homeland Security Department names seven communities as winners of a one-time demonstration program to help communities on the Mexican and Canadian borders acquire new technologies for interoperable communications.
One expert says good encryption could keep Osama bin Laden's data unreadable, but others say the Navy SEALs were prepared for extraction.
Virtual Corp., a New Jersey software and consulting company, has secured a $49 million Defense Department blanket purchase agreement for its disaster recovery software solutions.
TASC Inc. will provide advisory and assistance services to the Defense Threat Reduction Agency to battle weapons of mass destruction.
After a delayed start due to a contractor protest almost three years ago, Lockheed Martin Corp.'s Next Generation Identification team is beginning to fully develop and deploy its enhancement of the FBI's latent fingerprint matching accuracy and introduce palm print matching to the system.
Northrop Grumman Corp. is leading a team that captured a seven-year task order for a classified DHS network.
The Homeland Security Department canceled the SBInet border surveillance system two months ago, but SBInet-like capabilities will live on in the new system proposed for some parts of the border, a GAO official says.
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Mitre Corp. has launched of an identity recognition competition open to techies, amateurs and professionals, individuals, and teams alike who think they have an idea to improve identity recognition technologies.
Mark Borkowski, assistant commissioner of Customs and Border Protection's Office of Technology Innovation and Acquisition, outlined procurement plans for the next phase of border security in the southwestern United States.
Under a subcontract, Level 3 will provide content delivery services under a cloud model for the FBI.
Unisys Corp. has added two new executives and assigned new roles to three others to bolster its senior Federal Systems management team and, more precisely, to target government sales.
The Homeland Security Department is inviting vendors to an Industry Day on Feb. 17 to present its three-part strategy for border-security solutions to replace the cancelled SBInet program.
The Homeland Security Department is seeking solutions for an Integrated Fixed Tower system at the border, which appears to have some similarities to the canceled SBInet system.
SRA International Inc.'s recently acquired Platinum Solutions will upgrade the FBI's crime tracking technology by delivering a modernized Uniform Crime Reporting system that will improve the efficiency and usefulness of nationwide crime statistics data thanks to a newly won task order valued at more than $9 million.