DENVER, Dec. 8, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As tensions rise on the Homeland and America scrambles to find answers that will stop ISIS, the IRP6 may very well hold the key to that end. The IRP6 Case Investigative Life Cycle (CILC©) software could be a lynchpin in tracking terrorists, terror cells, and linking global intelligence from multiple agencies in a common software platform. "The question that is most puzzling is why are the leaders in Washington DC not looking into this sophisticated software and the developers of that software the IRP6," says Lamont Banks Executive Director of A Just Cause.
The Case Investigative Life Cycle (CILC) software by IRP Solutions offers the answer to tracking terrorist cells in the United Sates. CILC functionality provides a comprehensive toolset made up of over 30 modules for intelligence organizations to manage all the phases of the intelligence life cycle: planning, collection, collation, analysis, and dissemination.
- CILC Prospector module provides framework for data integration and data mining utilizing powerful visual investigative and link analysis tools that quickly connect and associate people and organizations.
- CILC Foresight module is a premier solution for GIS analysis and map presentation.
- CILC Operations Planning module helps with managing tactical operations.
- CILC Confidential Source Management module provides secure, centralized management and storage of confidential sources (critical to tracking sleeper cells).
- CILC Persons Management module complements other modules in the collection and storing of data about people and organizations.
The software interest not only appeared in the Training textbook for the United States government, but it also was featured in three law enforcement publications, Police Magazine, Law Enforcement Technology and Police Chief Magazine.
Jack Israel speaks on the Failure of Sentinel software implementation and Challenges that appear impossible to be implemented internally in government agencies.
"If IRP Solutions' CILC software was built based on requirements driven by Department of Homeland Security (who requested a quote for over $100 million for implementation) and presented to DHS, US Secret Service, Federal Air Marshals, FBI, TSA, DOJ, and ICE; was proven to meet industry standards described in the National Institute of Justice's Guide for Law Enforcement; and was validated by Califorensics to undoubtedly be of interest to many law enforcement agencies due to its ability to integrate with their current databases, why is the federal government allowing the software to sit on the shelf instead of utilizing the functionality to join in the fight against ISIS from a technical perspective?" Cliff Stewart, A Just Cause.
"The American people are in search for real answers that eliminate fears and clear uncertainty that is evident on the homeland and abroad. The leaders in Washington DC have an obligation to answer this one question? What is the Harm in taking a look at the CILC Software developed by the IRP6, that got the attention of DHS, US Secret Service, Federal Air Marshals, FBI, TSA, DOJ, and ICE? This software warranted a look before, given the ISIS threat and our children and our grandchildren, is it not time that we take a look again?" says Banks.
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