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FBI picks DynCorp for Trilogy


BY Christopher J. Dorobek
May 07, 2001

More Related Links The FBI announced today that it has selected DynCorp to spearhead its Trilogy program, a three-year plan to upgrade the bureau's information technology infrastructure. The contract has a value of more than $51 million in the first year, FBI officials said. About $100 million has been collected for the program from previous funding approvals, and the Bush administration has requested a $75 million increase for the program — to $95 million — for fiscal 2002. The contract will provide for the upgrade of the FBI's worldwide IT networks, computer systems and selected software applications, officials said. The upgraded technology will make use of commercial equipment and a new enterprise management system. "FBI special agents and support personnel in field offices will be the first to receive installation of the new technology," FBI Director Louis Freeh said in a statement. "The FBI will continue to place program emphasis on delivery of the equipment to the field as soon as possible." The FBI says that Trilogy, previously called the Information Sharing Initiative and, most recently, eFBI, will save the bureau time, money and manpower through the use of enterprise management systems. It will also improve security of data. The contract was awarded by the FBI and the General Services Administration's Federal Systems Information and Management Center. A contractor for Trilogy's user applications is expected to be made in the coming weeks, FBI officials said.



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