DEA Considers Expanding DARPA’s Big Data Program

The Drug Enforcement Agency and DARPA have been working together to create a big data processing system that boosts law enforcement capabilities while maintaining the security of classified information. DEA has been trying to get the final program off the ground since early 2014 and is in need of a third-party integrator to help move things forward and eliminate the project backlog.

The DEA-DARPA collaboration on big data has been ongoing since the early ‘90s when the two started working on a system to crunch large data sets and improve law enforcement efforts.

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