#1455 Marine Links Serco, Marcy’s Parolee Pig-Farm Access Cards to Con Air JABS On the Pentagon Lawn
Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco and his sister Kristine Marcy’s development of parolee access cards for the Pickton pig-farm raves in British Columbia, to the SES/Con Air passengers whom Marcy allegedly booked on Nortel JABS (Joint Automated Booking System) to remove evidence of a Serco-guided weapon from the Pentagon lawn on 9/11.
#1451: Marine Links Sister’s Nortel Joint Automated Booking System to Dando, Clements Contract Hits
“911stealth [Marcy’s Con Air enforcers and blackmailed SES] Removing Evidence from the Pentagon”
“The Laboratory’s Evidence Response Team Unit coordinated the deployment of the FBI field office Evidence Response Teams and provided the specialized equipment and supplies they needed to recover human remains and collect and preserve physical evidence at the crash sites. The teams also coordinated the search of rubble removed from the crash sites to off-site locations. The mountains of evidence at each site required the coordinated efforts of numerous personnel, including FBI and other federal, state, and local employees who would not normally work such matters. Evidence Response Team personnel provided on-the-spot training to individuals eager to serve. These enhanced teams were able to find many significant items of evidence.
JOINT AUTOMATED BOOKING SYSTEM (JABS)
SPS Receives Small Business Administration, Washington, DC Office Exporter Of The Year Award
The Disaster Squad deployed to the three crash sites, assisting the New York Police Departments Missing Persons Unit at the World Trade Center. The Laboratorys Latent Print Units conducted 126,632 fingerprint comparisons from approximately 3833 pieces of evidence received between November 12, 2001, and January 17, 2002.
From September 12 to November 30, 2001, the Questioned Documents Unit received more than 1600 pieces of evidence. Fire and moisture had damaged some documents; others were torn. Using specialized techniques, QDU personnel were able to stabilize and reconstruct the documents to extract information of potential value, including indented writing and deciphered numbers.
Personnel from the Laboratory’s DNA Analysis Units supported the identification efforts at all three crash sites. Items recovered from the crash sites and the hotel rooms where the hijackers had stayed allowed DNA examiners to develop DNA profiles for several of the hijackers.
In the first 30 days of the investigation, the Computer Analysis Response Team (now assigned to the FBIs Operational Technology Division) examined more than 35 terabytes of data. Examinations covered computers and disks used by the subjects, data obtained from Internet Service Providers, and a disk recovered from the Pennsylvania crash site.
Working with the National Transportation Safety Board, personnel from FAVIAU recovered data from the Flight 93 (which crashed in Pennsylvania) cockpit voice recorder, even though it had been damaged in the crash. With the help of the Federal Aviation Administration, personnel also obtained audio from the air traffic for all four flights. Other audio and video recordings came from the crash sites and FBI field offices. These recordings were restored, duplicated, enhanced, and compared. FAVIAU personnel also videotaped the Pentagon site following the crash.”
“[Nortel] JOINT AUTOMATED BOOKING SYSTEM (JABS)
The U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ) law enforcement agencies need to book criminal offenders. A single arrest may involve as many as three agencies, during which the arresting agency, then the detaining agency, then the incarcerating agency may, for the same offender, photograph, fingerprint, and record biographical data.
Prior to JABS, booking data were captured on paper and in systems accessible by only one agency, making it difficult to share information among federal law enforcement components. In USDOJ Components without a data system for recording bookings, storing, managing, and retrieving such information was inefficient. For example, information sent to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for identification purposes was sent by mail on hard-copy forms, and the response from the FBI could take several weeks.
A client-server version of JABS was implemented and initially deployed in 1999. The success of JABS resulted in over 800 deployed sites across the country by 2004. However, the technical architecture of a client-server implementation came with inherent drawbacks. The JABS PMO quickly realized that the effort and cost associated with deploying and maintaining so many sites was prohibitive.
The JABS migration was accomplished within schedule, budget, and technical strategy set forward in the Statement of Work. The new web-based version, JABS 3-Tier Version 3.0, received certification and accreditation to operate in June 2004. By spring 2004, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) had requested that workstations be installed in an estimated 146 offices, and by November 2004, the ATF had 37 sites connected to JABS.
Software Performance Systems, Inc. (SPS), a small business based in Maryland, is a privately held information technology services provider. Established in 1995, SPS specializes in the design and integration of large Web-based solutions for State and Local Governments and commercial clients. SPS has been honored with many national awards, including: #10 ranking in the Computerworld Top 100 Best Places to Work in IT, Deloitte’s Virginia Technology Fast 50 and North America Technology Fast 500, and as a SBA Exporter of the Year. More importantly, SPS solutions helped our clients win prestigious awards, including the Grace Hopper Federal Government Technology Leadership Award, the E-Gov Pioneer Award, the Excellence.gov Grand Prize Award, and the Government IT Agency Award for Excellence in Government.
SPS…proven over time.
Software Performance Systems, Inc.
Mike Dorsett, PMP
VP Financial Solutions Division
More to follow.