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FBI's Trilogy network completed

The FBI has completed the network for the long-awaited Trilogy modernization project. The $596 million network has been deployed to 591 sites and can expand as needed. The network links 22,000 desktop workstations and includes new scanners and printers and an enterprise operation center that manages it. The virtual case file system, an application in Trilogy that modernizes workflow processes for FBI agents and provides for better information sharing, is expected to be finished by December. “It’s a fairly complicated network,” the FBI’s executive assistant director for administration, W. Wilson Lowery Jr., told reporters today at a briefing on Trilogy. He said the network was slated to be implemented by March 31, and even with about 70 sites and satellite and encryption capabilities added to the plan, it was right on schedule. Full Story

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