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Biometrics Overview


Richard D. Newbold

24 October 2008


Mission:
The Biometrics Task Force leads Department
of Defense activities to program, integrate, and
synchronize biometric technologies and capabilities
and to operate and maintain DoD’s authoritative
biometric database to support the National Security
Strategy.


Vision:
The Biometrics Task Force is a premier
organization dedicated to protecting the nation through
the employment of biometric capabilities.




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Mission and Vision


Capabilities

Biometrics

are “measurable physical and behavioral characteristics that enable the
establishment and verification of an individual’s identity.”


-

Capstone CONOPS for
DoD

Biometrics, November 2006.


Census
Management

Forensic
Exploitation

Control Access

Delivering Capabilities to Warfighters

Info Sharing

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Biometrics Process in DoD

NGIC

INTEL
COMMUNITY

DHS

FBI

Biometric Intelligence
Analysis Report

2. MATCHING / STORAGE

3. INTEL / ANALYZE

MILITARY OPERATIONS


Checkpoints, Patrols


Base Access,

Employee Screening


Census Management

1. COLLECTION

Requirements

Data

Matches

Actionable
Intelligence

ABIS

OTHER GOVTS

THEATER

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Biometrics as an Enabler



Identify individuals



Assign appropriate classification



Level of threat



Level of access



Level of privileges




Requires



Seamless collection, storage and sharing
of identity information



Does Law, Regulation, Policy allow?



Understand the seams



Capture /
Detain

Full Privileges
and access

Track

Employ

Deny
Access

Clearance

Logical
Access

Criminal

Tier 1 HVT

Identify

Classify

Threat
level

Access

level

Privileges & Benefits

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Biometrics Identity in Offense

Use biometrics for:


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TO ACHIEVE MORE EFFECTIVE:


USE BIOMETRICS FOR:


Identity Dominance

Targeting Individuals

Track Identities

Military Operations

Criminal Prosecutions

Biometrics Identity in Defense

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Ensure Identity Protection for U.S. Forces


USE BIOMETRICS FOR:

Physical Access Control



Post/Camp/Station



Buildings



Rooms

Logical Access Control



Computer Login



Services (e.g., medical care)

Current Environment

DEPLOYED SYSTEMS


ABIS
-

Automated Biometric Identification System


BAT

-

Biometrics Automated Toolset


BISA

-

Biometrics Identification System for Access


CROSSMATCH JUMPKITS


DBIDS

-

Defense Biometrics Identification System


DRS

-

Detainee Reporting System


HIIDE

-

Handheld Interagency Identification Detection Equipment

RESULTS


2.75 million ABIS entries


765,000 ABIS matches


Federal and DoD sharing


Watch list matches

NEAR
-
TERM IMPROVEMENTS


Architecture
efficiency and sustainability


Data searches
and

rapid matching


More base access systems
in CENTCOM AOR


Support for more

collection devices


Database flexibility


Untethered
collection and verification

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DoD Biometric Efforts

FY 08

FY 09

FY 10

Meet Immediate Warfighter Needs

Establish Future Enterprise

All Systems are Interoperable & Compatible

Support immediate needs while building for the future


BAT & HIIDE Service

Packs/Fielding


BAT
-
DBIDS Bridge


NGIC AIMS/Intel Analysis


Last Tactical Mile


Family of Systems


NGA


Navy IDS


CDRT


Enterprise
Architecture


BFC/CJIS Facility

Optimize What
We Have

Improve the
Existing

Architecture

Build What

We Need

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DoD Biometrics: Current Structure

Principal Staff Assistant (PSA)

Director, Defense Research & Engineering

----------------------------------------------------------

Director, Defense Biometrics (DDB)

Biometrics Executive Committee
(EXCOM)

Identity Protection &
Management Senior
Coordinating Group
(IPMSCG)

Joint Biometrics Senior
Executive Steering
Committee (JBSESC)

Secretary of the Army/

Army G
-
3

(Executive Agent)

Biometrics Task Force


Executive Manager

Joint Biometrics Technical
Coordination Board
(JBTCB)

Joint Biometrics Operational
Coordination Board
(JBOCB)

Other Technical Working
Groups, Boards, COIs

Other Policy Working
Groups, Boards

Governance

Structure

Military Membership


OSD
-
I


OSD
-
P


OSD
-
P&R


DARPA


TSWG



Counsel


NII/CIO


DA&M


Force


Transformation

OSD

OSD Staff

Interagency

Department of
Justice

DHS

Department of
State

Department of
Commerce

OSTP


FBI (CJIS)


NSTC


NIST

Forward
Elements


MNC
-
I TP


CJTF
-
101 TP


PM Forward

Forensics Executive
Steering Group (FESG)

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TRADOC

HQDA

G
-
2

HQDA

G
-
6

ASA
(ALT)

Joint
Staff

HQAF

HQ,
USMC


PM ASPO


PM Biometrics

HQDA

DON

Combatant
Commands

HQDA

G
-
3

OPMG

DoD Directive
8521.01 provides
the guidance

and organizational
responsibilities for
biometrics.


Mission: The
Biometrics Task
Force leads DoD
activities to
program, integrate,
and synchronize
biometric
technologies and
capabilities and to
operate and
maintain DoD’s
authoritative
biometric database
to support the
National Security
Strategy.

Meeting the Challenge

Strategy

Division

Vacant

Tech

Integration

Division

Ms. Wiggins

Resource

Management

Division

Mr. Storey

Operations

Division

LTC Hunt

(acting)

Tech Mgmt.

Division

Mr. Aloi

(acting)

Resource &

Support Division

Mr. Palco

(acting)

Director

Biometrics Integration Directorate

Ms. Lisa Swan

Director

Biometrics Operations Directorate

Mr. David Lohman

Executive Manager for Biometrics and Director

Biometrics Task Force

Dr. Myra Gray

Deputy Director

CAPT Michael Lilienthal

SecArmy Executive Agent for Biometrics

Mr. Pete Geren

DDR&E
-

PSA for

Biometrics

Mr. Shaffer

Director,

Defense

Biometrics

Mr. Dee

Engaging an Enabling Technology

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