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Webb Fontaine | July 28, 2022
Webb Fontaine, a leading provider of advanced and innovative trade and Customs services, has announced it's Customs Webb solution has been chosen by Benin as their new Customs system, in replacement of ASYCUDA World.
The project strengthens Webb Fontaine's long-standing partnership with Benin Government, who has ambitions to expand and develop into one of the region's most technologically advanced trade environments.
The project continues towards a fully...
The Defense Department | April 17, 2020
Federal Judge Patricia Campbell-Smith Friday granted the Defense Department’s March request for a 120-day stay to take corrective action on parts of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud contract, which it awarded to Microsoft in October. Amazon Web Services, which protested the award, had asked the judge in previous motions to force the Pentagon to take more expansive correction action, accusing the government of attempting to “gerrymander” revisions to the procure...
StereoVision Imaging, Inc. | November 18, 2020
StereoVision Imaging, Inc. (SVI), an arising world pioneer in 2D and 3D/4DLiDAR based facial/object acknowledgment and distant detecting innovation, has made sure about a follow-on buy request from the U.S. government for extra units of its future, convenient Facial Recognition Binocular System (FRBS). The new request brings the all out estimation of units bought to more than $4.5 million.
The serious binocular framework empowers U.S. furthermore, alliance war contenders to incorp...
The American Civil Liberties Union | March 12, 2020
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is suing the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, accusing Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) of operating “a secret plan” to track all people at airports with facial recognition. The rights advocacy group says the degree of secrecy the agencies’ programs have been carried out under is excessive and undemocratic, and precludes the possibility of meaningful oversight or accountabilit...
GOVERNMENT BUSINESS, GOVERNMENT FINANCE
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