FBI activates Trilogy

The FBI began deploying Jan. 27 the wide area network that will support its Trilogy classified case management system, a bureau official said.

The bureau is relying on prime contractors DynCorp of Reston, Va., and Science Applications International Corp. of San Diego to build the Trilogy system.

DynCorp is providing the network hardware and desktop PCs, while SAIC is re-engineering the core applications for the FBI's Virtual Case Management system, a part of the Trilogy project.

The Ethernet TCP/IP network will replace the agency's token-ring network and connect about 700 sites by the end of March, the official said. The network will operate at speeds of 1.544 Mbps or faster, using commercial bandwidth.


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