FBI ditches paper with $600 million Sentinel case management system


The Federal Bureau of Investigation has launched a new tool called Sentinel, which lets agents share and access information about cases digitally. The system was actually first deployed back on July 1st, according to the FBI, and is a step away from the bureau’s traditional paper-based system. Agents can now use what’s described as a “modern web-based application” to enter information about cases, research past ones, and even utilize an internal RSS feed to keep track of updates. It’s used by between 18,000 and 21,000 agents daily.

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