By 2015 Next Generation Identification (NGI) will have millions of stored facial images.
Port Fourchon plays a strategic role in supplying the United States with nearly 18 percent of its oil supply, servicing over 90 percent of the Gulf of Mexico’s deep-water exploration and production.
More than likely, you have witnessed an RFP that includes dated product specifications and, in some cases, multiple product specifications that are more “wish-list” than reality.
Nearly everyone is familiar with the standard manned guard booth in which a person sits and allows drivers in and out of a facility; however, border stations, government buildings, military bases and other locales where there can be a “very unwanted guest” all use much highertech security booths.
One might think that a military base is among the most secure places in the country. Unfortunately, though, the sprawling nature of military bases makes them difficult to secure effectively, which leaves these sites vulnerable to a wide range of threats.
Further integration with new facilities confirms trusted relationships.
Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12) called for the mandatory implementation of a government-wide standard for secure and reliable forms of identification for federal employees and contractors.
“We cannot look back years from now and wonder why we did nothing in the fact of real threats to our security and our economy,” said Obama.
Should the Obama administration kill an American citizen who is a member of al-Qaeda and is actively planning attacks against Americans overseas or legally build a case against him?
Security at the Statue of Liberty has never been taken for granted; it just hasn’t been a top priority of the government. That is not the case with the U.S. Park Police. They have used, to the best of their ability, security equipment that was appropriated but lacked the highest technology.