U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Deputy Secretary Jane Holl Lute today joined Dutch Security and Justice Minister Ivo Opstelten to sign a Preventing and Combating Serious Crime (PCSC) Agreement—allowing for the exchange of biometric and biographic data between the United States and the Netherlands to bolster counterterrorism and law enforcement efforts while protecting individual privacy.
The 19th annual Harford Award Program was held Wednesday, September 22. The Harford Awards program, produced by Harford County Government, the Office of Economic Development; Harford Community College; and the Harford County Chamber of Commerce, continues to be a celebratory occasion to honor prestigious companies for their outstanding contributions to the community, the economy and their employees.
This year’s theme was “The Long and Winding Road.”
Tom Patterson, a participant in the Pacifica games, describes what DOD can learn
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Janet Napolitano and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director John Morton today announced record-breaking immigration enforcement statistics achieved under the Obama administration—including unprecedented numbers of convicted criminal alien removals and overall alien removals in fiscal year 2010.
This morning the President signed the Southwest Border Security Bill in the Oval Office. The President issued a statement yesterday after it was passed in Congress explaining that this has been focus of his Administration from the very beginning:
Trademark and copyright holders can now provide U.S. Customs and Border Protection their product identification guides electronically for used by CBP frontline personnel to identify counterfeit goods and prevent them from entering the United States.
In support of Customs and Border Protection, RTR Technologies has been selected to assist the bi-national Border Wait Time Working (BWT) Group in its efforts to evaluate the use of technology at U.S.-Canadian border crossings. The Border Wait Time Working Group consists of U.S. and Canadian transportation and border agencies.
RTR is pleased to bring on Desiree Davidson into our summer 2010 internship program
Secretary Napolitano Announces Elimination of Paper Arrival/Departure Form to Streamline Secure Visa »
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano today announced the elimination of the paper arrival/departure form (Form I-94W) for authorized travelers from nations participating in the Visa Waiver Program (VWP)—streamlining secure travel for millions of visitors to the United States every year by consolidating the collection of traveler information and enhancing security by automatically providing DHS with important passenger information prior to departure.
Using data collected from ports-of-entry, RTR determined the average biometric collection time of the new 10-Print process.
CarSCAN rapidly inspects cars and light trucks for explosives, contraband and stowaways at vehicle checkpoints.
Computer Sciences Corp. and Stanley Inc. each have one prime contract to run non-immigrant visa application processing for the State Department.
In an effort to spot approaching illegal immigrants and terrorists at wider ranges and longer distances, Customs and Border Protection has issued a competitive solicitation for what could wind up being hundreds of mobile surveillance systems.
Virtual World Simulation Training Prepares Real Guards on the US-Canadian Border
RTR will provide independent Initial Operational Test and Evaluation services for Customs and Border Protection’s enhanced technology solution to the Traveler Enforcement Compliance System.
RTR Technologies Is Part Of A Team Led by ManTech SRS Technologies For The Secure Border Initiative »
The Secure Border Initiative (SBI) is a comprehensive multi-year plan to secure America’s borders. RTR will join the Man Tech team to manage this project.
CarScan X-ray technology examines vehicles at borders and high-security government facilities