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CBP Enters Roiling Cloud Market as DOD Slashes $950 Million Migration Deal

Oracle protested the REAN award on Feb. 20, calling it “an egregious abuse” and “shrouded in secrecy” and charging that REAN “serves as a front for AWS” creating a conflict of interest.

DHS Launches Efforts to Protect Government, Commercial Supply Chains

P&G will donate testing devices to verify the authenticity of its products, helping CBP officers and trade specialists reduce the possibility of counterfeit goods entering the U.S.

White House Seeks $47.5B to Add DHS Staff, Fund Cyber and Border Wall

The Transportation Security Administration would get $3.2 billion to add 687 screeneers, bringing the total transportation security corps to 43,877, the most ever.

Skin Color, Gender Confound Face Recognition Software, Adding to Controversy Over Federal Use

DHS agencies have been testing face-scanning technology on departing passengers at airports in Boston, Atlanta, Chicago, Las Vegas, Miami, New York City, Houston, and Washington, D.C.

Trump Creates Multi-Agency National Vetting Center for Entry Into U.S.

Coordinating intelligence and law enforcement information will improve identification of "terrorists, criminals, and other nefarious actors trying to enter and remain," says White House.

Trump Attacks as Hill Support Grows for DACA Fix Plus Beefed-Up Border Tech

Bipartisan bills would up the use of the use of drones and other technology to improve “situational awareness and operational control of the border.”

ICE Acquires License Plate Tracking Data Through Sole Source Contract

Agency says database being built as investigative tool and “will not collect nor contribute any data to a national public or private database through this contract.”

Local Law Enforcement Agencies Sign on to FirstNet Broadband

The office has been operational for two years on a network test node in Harris County, which is about 90 miles northwest of Brazos and one of FirstNet’s five Early Builder projects.
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