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FBI Science & Technology Branch




MISSION


To facilitate the application of
innovative

scientific, engineering, and technical
solutions

in support of
intelligence

and
investigative

requirements



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FBI Science & Technology Branch




VISION


Discover, develop, and deliver
world
-
class
science and technology
capabilities

that enable and enhance
intelligence, law

enforcement,

and
national interests


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FBI Organization

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S&T Branch Vision Pillars



Keep pace with rapidly evolving technology



Explore new surveillance, collection, and analytical


technologies and alternate solutions



Conduct research to obtain most efficient tools available



Develop and deploy robust intercept/collection capability



Enable automated analysis for links and non
-
obvious


relationships



Expand analytical capabilities (EDMS/DWS/DaLAS)



Provide end
-
users with consolidated and automated


searches for lead information and linked data



Ensure next generation of collection capabilities will


“speak” the same language following processing



Better enable data basing and searching



Regionalize select collection platforms

“Going Dark”

Automated Analysis
of ELSUR and seized
Electronic Data


Consolidated
Collection
Architecture


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Biometric
Center of
Excellence

Forensic
Services


“r”esearch,
Development,
and Delivery




Expand Biometrics to include multi
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modal such as facial, iris, population


comparison studies, voice patterns, etc., and Next Generation


Identification



Conduct Near
-
Real
-
Time matching



Provide degree of certainty on identifications to customers


TRADITIONAL



Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Explosive


(CBRNE) response, collection and analysis capabilities



Deliver timely and accurate examination results and


intelligence to end users



Enhance the educational development and professional


certification of our workforce

DIGITAL



Deliver Automatic Digital Forensics





Leverage applied research and development efforts of


others through existing mechanisms (DARPA, TWSG, In
-

Q
-
TEL)



Improve technical collection and analysis against targets


using sophisticated tools and techniques



Deliver technology to customers in the quantities and


type needed to conduct operational activities


S&T Branch Vision Pillars

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Know Your Person












CJIS Strategic Themes


Information Sharing











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Operational Results CJIS Services


Integrated Automated Fingerprint
Identification System (IAFIS)


Quick Capture Platform (QCP)


National Crime Information Center (NCIC)


National Instant Background Check System
(NICS)


Law Enforcement OnLine (LEO) including
National Dental Image Repository (NDIR)


Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)

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Initiative Update


Biometric Center of Excellence (BCOE)


Next Generation Identification (NGI)


Biometric Interoperability


Law Enforcement National Data
Exchange (N
-
DEx)


Secure Architecture for International
Fingerprint Exchange (S.A.I.F.E)



New Initiatives

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Establishes FBI Science & Technology Branch
biometric and identity management partnering
with other agencies incorporating other biometric
systems


Goals:


Provide “One Stop Shopping” for biometric services


Promote system interoperability


Drive technology


Leverage academic research


Develop real
-
world application and training for new
biometric technologies


Lead standards development, testing and certification
for biometrics


BCOE
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Overview

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10 month State
-
of
-
the
-
Art Biometrics Roadmap (SABER)
Study


initiated on 09/12/2007 to identify emerging biometric
technologies



The strategy and details for training of
new NGI biometric modalities

plus
a framework for establishing a
Certification Program

(products and
personnel)



Partnerships

with other agencies, academia, and independent laboratories
in the context of a BCOE



Signed a
Cooperative Agreement

with West Virginia University
(WVU) in February 2008 establishing WVU as the academic arm
of the BCOE



Recently awarded a contract to
Booz Allen Hamilton

to develop
the
concept for the BCOE


BCOE
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Development

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Protest resolved


relaunch project on
06/06/2008



Privacy Threshold Analysis


4 Components


National PalmPrint System


Interstate Photo System (IPS)


Enhanced IAFIS Repository (EIR)


Automated Fingerprint Identification Technology



Privacy Impact Assessment for IPS and EIR


NGI

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The
Repository for Individuals of Special Concern
(RISC)

Operational Prototype has been accepting
submissions from the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal
Apprehension to test functionality (not returning
results to officers at this time)



Minnesota statistics from 11/16/2007 to 04/30/2008:



Total Submissions: 53,608



Red Responses: 3,554 (6.6 %)



Yellow Responses: 1,252 (2.3 %)



Green Responses: 47,330 (88.2 %)



Rejects: 1,472 (2.7 %)



Next
-

Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and
Investigation


NGI Quick Win

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Datasets included


IAFIS Want and Warrant records (DOJ)


IDENT Expedited Removals records (DHS)


Category 1 Visa Critical Refusals records (DOS)


Known and Suspected Terrorists added 08/09/2007


Pilot agencies


Boston Police Department on
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line 09/03/2006


Dallas County, TX Sheriff’s Office on
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line 11/01/2006


Office of Personnel Management on
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line 12/01/2006


Harris County, TX Sheriff’s Office on
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line 02/01/2007


Department of Defense on
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line 04/03/2007




Interoperability
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Interim Data


Sharing Model (iDSM)

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As of
05/09/2008
, over 2 million fingerprint submissions
were processed against the DHS provided data within
iDSM, with
nearly 470 positive identifications

since
September 2006


In
October 2008
:


Participating Interoperability agencies will have access to
full
IDENT gallery
, rather than a subset of data that currently
exists with iDSM



Basic immigration identity information (including a
photograph) will be returned along with the immigration
status response from the Law Enforcement Support Center
(LESC)


Interoperability
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Interim Data


Sharing Model (iDSM)

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Shared Data Component



Each agency
provides access to copy of “high priority”
fingerprint records for other agency’s search
process


Shared Services Component



Each agency
submits fingerprint transactions to the other
agency for search of that agency’s complete
data utilizing a mutually defined service level
agreement

Interoperability
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Composite Model

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Basic functionality of the Composite Model


Increase IDENT searches of IAFIS data
throughout the services framework


CBP Pilot and DOS



Initiate IAFIS searches of IDENT data
throughout the services framework


Participating agencies will gain access to entire

IDENT repository



Interoperability
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Initial Operating Capability

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Full Operating Capability will be achieved
through NGI development contract


External Biometric Search Capability



External Repository Record Link



Enhance IAFIS to Support Interoperability


Interoperability
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Full Operating Capability

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Operational


03/19/2008



First search query by the state of Delaware


03/25/2008



User data will continue to be loaded



Award Increment 2 (option year 1) contract to
Raytheon


03/01/2008 with design, develop,
deliver in 16 months


N
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DEx

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Bilateral data sharing agreements with 40+
partner nations



Advancements in technology and policy
are changing the data sharing landscape



Acceptance and success of biometrics has
increased law enforcement enrollments,
both nationally and internationally



S.A.I.F.E.


Data Sharing Relationships

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Provide both IT infrastructure and
intelligent business processes to facilitate
multilateral data sharing



Architecture will allow nations to control
own data and partner nations to search
their holdings



Expand law enforcement model that has
proven successful in the states


S.A.I.F.E. Benefits

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Questions
?




Final Thoughts