Quick Bytes: Trilogy trips up

By Peter Piazza

The FBI's efforts to modernize its IT program--an effort known as Trilogy--"is not currently on a path to success." That assessment comes from a new book by the National Research Council of the National Academies, which concludes in part that the FBI has no contingency plan in case its new Virtual Case File application fails. The book also says that a gap remains between "IT and a coherent view of the bureau's mission and operational needs," which can only be closed with close involvement by the FBI's senior leadership. @ A Review of the FBI's Trilogy Information Technology Modernization Plan is available in PDF format



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