FBI awards Trilogy contract to DynCorp

FBI awards Trilogy contract to DynCorp


GCN Staff

MAY 7'The FBI awarded a $51 million contract to DynCorp for the information technology and transport network components of its Trilogy program.

Under the contract, the Reston, Va., company will upgrade the bureau's networks, systems and software.

'FBI special agents and support personnel in the field office will be the first to receive installation of the new technology,' said FBI director Louis Freeh, who recently announced his plans to leave the bureau.

The Trilogy program is a $300 million, three-year initiative to update user applications, data presentation and the FBI backbone network.

The plan calls for extensive use of commercial products that are compatible with FBI's legacy systems. The goal is to make the bureau's management of investigative and intelligence information more efficient.


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