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Information Technology: FBI is Implementing Key Acquisition Methods on Its New Case Management System, but Related Agencywide Guidance Needs to Be Improved
Randolph C. Hite (au)
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is 3 years into its 6-year, $451 million program known as Sentinel, which is to replace its antiquated, paper-based, legacy systems for supporting mission-critical intelligence analysis and investigative case management activities. Because of the importance of Sentinel to the bureauís mission operations, the author was asked to conduct a series of reviews on the FBIís management of the program. This review focuses on whether the FBI is employing effective methods in acquiring commercial solutions for Sentinel. Includes recommendations. Illustrations.
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