Tags U.S. Customs and Border Protection
Software maintenance at the root of CBP’s January outage, report finds
A four-hour outage of the agency's passenger processing system in January ultimately had to be corrected by legacy system servers.
Gov Actually Episode 17: Meet the 2017 Sammies Finalists pt. 2
In this episode, the Gov Actually team speaks with Brenda Smith of CBP, who was nominated for the Sammies for her work on the Single Window system.
New House bill taps Silicon Valley for ‘smart’ border wall
Two days after calling for more technology to support border security, Hurd introduced new legislation to provide just that.
Rep. Hurd wants a smart border wall, not a dumb one
The Texas congressman said he would like to see an interoperable technology network for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection's border security operations.
CBP will implement long-mandated biometric exit at airports, official says
U.S. Customs and Border Protection is finally addressing the 15-year-old-plus legislative mandate to check the identity of departing foreign visitors using biometrics, CBP Deputy Executive Assistant Commissioner John Wagner said Thursday.
‘Assault on fundamental rights’ to demand social media passwords at border, coalition says
Mandating certain non-citizens give up their social media passwords as a condition of entry into the country would undermine their security and privacy, a group of tech and civil liberties organizations said Monday.