RTR was recently awarded a contract to evaluate the Customs and Border Protection’s Immigration Advisory Program (CBP IAP). IAP is part of CBP’s layered border strategy designed to prevent terrorists and other high-risk travelers from boarding commercial aircraft bound for the United States. IAP officers are posted in foreign airports and use special targeting strategies and document evaluation techniques to mitigate high-risk travel to the U.S..
With healthcare issues at the forefront of the country’s economic concerns, the sector is undergoing major changes driven by regulatory and revenue concerns.
As Customs and Border Protection (CBP) continually improves its use of technology at land borders across the United States, it recently sought to update its surveillance and intrusion systems.
Recently, RTR Technologies CFO Earl Thies climbed to the peak of Mount Elbert outside of Leadville, Colorado.
RTR was data collection and analysis provider for the success of CBP WHTI Program. Check out this excellent briefing from Unisys.
Predicting the future is a skill most would want to acquire. Find out how RTR Technologies can probabilistically look into the future and ask questions about existing systems.
Should government contractors seek greener pastures in the commercial marketplace? See what Randy Rippin has to say!
RTR Technologies supports U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) with the Operational Test and Evaluation (OT&E) of proposed vital programs and new technologies of national security interest. RTR’s experience in operations research and analysis of complex processes and practices reduces the time and effort typically associated with performing operational tests. Read more………….