Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
‘It’s not going to be very hard to ID them’: Feds have tools to easily track down Capitol rioters
The mob that laid a deadly siege on the Capitol left broken doors and glass — and large digital footprints that federal agencies can use to track them down.
FBI strikes $92M agreement for additional FirstNet capabilities
The largest commitment to the platform by a federal agency to date, the FBI has secured FirstNet Ready devices like smartphones, air cards and modems.
DOJ clears use of body-worn cameras on its state and local task forces
Deputized officers may use the technology to record specific operations contingent upon their state or local agency's policies.
HHS’s sweeping $2.5B EIS contract could be a model for other agencies’ telecom transitions
The department consolidated 11 information technology and telecommunications contracts into one in what will likely be the single, largest EIS procurement.
A remote-work headache for the FBI: Accessing unclassified data is harder than it should be
The challenge is that a lot of unclassified data resides on FBI legacy systems that otherwise are not available remotely, says the FBI Laboratory's Gurvais Griss.
Microsoft president won’t commit to moratorium on sale of facial recognition to federal law enforcement
Brad Smith would only say no federal law enforcement agency currently uses his company's technology and it wouldn't be used in scenarios that lead to bias.