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Defense Management: DoD Can Establish More Guidance for Biometrics Collection and Explore Broader Data Sharing
Davi M. D’Agostino (au)
The events of 9/11, and operations in Afghanistan and Iraq have made it critical for military units to identify individuals they encounter and share this information with other units and fed. agencies. Biometrics are unique personal aspects such as fingerprints and iris images used to identify an unfamiliar person. Fed. agencies with national security missions, such as the Depts. of Homeland Security (DHS) and State, need access to certain biometrics data gathered by the DoD. This report determines to what extent: (1) DoD has guidance on the biometrics data to be collected to support military activities; and (2) there may be gaps in biometrics information shared between DoD and DHS. Includes recommendations. Charts and tables.
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