Ben Riley, Principal Deputy, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Rapid Fielding, Office of the Assistance Secretary of Defense, Research, and Engineering
Paula Pomianowski, Program Manager, Bioengineering Systems and Technologies, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Panel Presentations by:
Samuel Jenkins, Director for Privacy, Defense Privacy & Civil Liberties Office, U.S. Department of Defense;
Elizabeth Johnson, CODIS Manager, United States Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory;
Anthony Lapadula, Technical Staff, Bioengineering Systems and Technologies, MIT Lincoln Laboratory;
Chris Miles, Biometrics Program Manager, Human Factors / Behavioral Science Division, Directorate for Science and Technology, Department of Homeland Security;
Jill Spriggs, Bureau Chief, California Department of Justice, Bureau of Forensic Services;
Stephen L. Washington, Project Manager, Federal Bureau of Investigations, Biometric Center of Excellence;
Ken Kroupa, Deputy Director, Defense Forensics
CSIS hosted an event to discuss the development and implementation of rapid DNA and other emerging biometric and forensic technologies that support the primary missions in the President's new strategic guidance for the U.S. Department of Defense.New technological developments in the biometric and forensic disciplines will provide the government with a distinct advantage against adversaries in overseas operations as well as provide for a more secure homeland, but many challenges remain. The goal of the forum is to inform how biometrics and forensics enables various mission sets, discuss DNA privacy issues, and discuss the importance of sharing forensics data throughout the U.S. government. The keynote speakers was followed by panels on DNA privacy issues and the information sharing environment.
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