With ISIS Threats on the Homeland, Should the Federal Government Have Completed the Federal Investigative Case Management System, asks Advocacy Group A Just Cause
The Case Investigative Life Cycle (CILC) software by IRP Solutions Corporation is still a viable option for feds in fight against terrorist by providing a single point of access to all intelligence and law enforcement information, says A Just Cause
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September 30, 2014 (FPRC) -- Advocacy group, A Just Cause, will release research findings that illustrates that arguments made byexecutives of IRP Solutions Corporation regarding development of software to help law enforcement share information, align with the federal government’s activity to find a solution to track terrorist organizations and collaborate with other agencies in the war on terror.
“A Just Cause has conducted this research because our organization feels that it is critical in proving the innocence of the IRP Solutions executives who, based on our findings, have been wrongfully incarcerated for over two years”, says Sam Thurman, A Just Cause. “The IRP Solutions executives are known as the IRP6”, adds Thurman.
Court records from the IRP6 case show that IRP Solutions Corporation developed the Case Investigative Life Cycle (CILC) software for federal, state, and local law enforcement. Court records further show that during the trial of the IRP executives, software forensics expert Don Vilfer of Califorensics analyzed the CILC software. According to the analysis conducted by Califorensics, “The software (CILC) contained many notable features, making it a functional product for the intended consumer,” (Califorensics Analysis, Case 1:09-cr-00266-CMA Document 298-2, 10/8/10 USDC Colorado).
“It is very disturbing to hear news reports of new terrorist threats against the Untied States Homeland”, exclaims Thurman. “Just last week there were reports of possible threats against subway systems in New York (CBS News, September 25, 2014 - http://www.cbsnews.com/news/isis-plot-to-attack-new-york-paris-subways-uncovered-iraq-says/). I guess even more disturbing is an NBC News report that showed a Department of Homeland Security bulletin with the statement, ‘…(it is not) clear who, or what agencies in the United States Government were alerted’ (NBC News, September 25, 2014 - http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/isis-terror/iraqi-report-isis-subway-threat-knocked-down-n211496). The DHS statement hints that we are still a ways away from knowing which agencies have key intelligence information, and it would indicate that we are still not sharing critical information”, Thurman alludes.
“We believed that DHS was doing an excellent job several years ago when it was seeking companies to assist with the Federal Investigative Case Management System (FICMS)”, says Gary Walker, IRP Solutions, CEO and Chief Technology Officer (IRP6). “After we met with DHS and agencies that were part of DOJ, we are convinced that the CILC software addressed issues that were raised by DHS during the early phase of FICMS and the Consolidated Enforcement Environment Initiative (CEE)”, continued Walker. “When we were invited to attend the agency’s Industry Day in the fall of 2004 we knew that we had a great opportunity”, Walker added.
According to an article in Government Computer News (GCN.com, March 3, 2005), “In September, the FICMS team held an industry day and released a request for information. The departments closed the event to the press and the public, citing security concerns. But documents from the meeting show that DHS, with more than 40 case management systems to integrate, faces problems on a scale similar to Justice, which runs about 70 case management and related systems.” The article went on to say, “According to a DHS presentation: (1) Agents can't access details of investigations in paper case files around the country. (2) DHS offices and external agencies exchange case and intelligence information via copies of paper files. (3) Officers need up to an hour to search for a case file in 10 to 15 government and private databases. (4) Lack of integration forces duplicate entry of case and incident data. (5) Data entry can take up to five hours per case. (6) After the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, a search of nine databases to check for 900 names took weeks. The goal of the FICMS project is to create a single point of access to all law enforcement information and to allow for easy sharing of case data among federal agencies.” (http://gcn.com/Articles/2005/03/03/Should-the-FBI-wait-for-governmentwide-case-management-app.aspx)
For more on this see: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014FICMS/10CILC/prweb12211002.htm
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