CGI has appointed Stephanie Mango as President of CGI Federal with transition activities effective immediately. In this role, she will lead CGI Federal’s 7,000 professionals.
The IACP Technology Conference is a professional law enforcement event bringing together leading practitioners to explore opportunities for law enforcement to apply the latest technology to create new solutions to old problems. As cybercrime grows more sophisticated and cyber-criminals more innovative, law enforcement must keep pace.The conference will take place at the Prime F. Osborn III Convention Center in Jacksonville Florida on May 20-22, 2019.
CGI Federal’s Law Enforcement Account Director, Thomas Krall, alongside Durham Constabulary’s Detective Superintendent Umberto Cuozzo, will share US and UK perspectives on the current (and future) state of data sharing amongst law enforcement agencies during a presentation from 2:30-3:30 pm on Tuesday May 21st at the IACP Technology Conference in Jacksonville, Fla. The presentation will offer audience members a rare opportunity to hear from both nations simultaneously. In doing so, both subject matter experts will shed light on why (and how) law enforcement agencies need to start sharing information more seamlessly at the global level. The presentation will include a powerful case study of data sharing between the "Five Eyes" or FVEY, an intelligence alliance that includes the US, the UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
To learn more about CGI's work with law enforcement visit our law enforcement page.