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Finish line in sight for FBI's Trilogy

After a missed December 2003 deadline, the final piece of the FBI Trilogy modernization program should be completed by this spring, FBI Director Robert Mueller told lawmakers this week. The Virtual Case File system, the last piece of the modernization project, will allow agents to search, analyze and compile case information. It was initially slated for completion Dec. 13, 2003, but the contractor, Computer Sciences Corp., failed to meet the deadline. “There was a delay with the contractor on that,” Mueller told lawmakers March 17 at a hearing of the House Appropriations Committee’s Commerce, Justice, State and the Judiciary Subcommittee. “We have righted that. We are in the process of upgrading the systems. We believe it is on schedule to be done later this spring, and I would expect the last piece of Virtual Case File would be in by this summer.” Full Story

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