On the case

The Drug Enforcement Administration's Concorde program will upgrade or deploy systems for use by DEA agents. Among the projects:

* Re-engineering the Investigative Management Program and Case Tracking system, which assists with reporting and managing data collected during investigations.

* Deploying the Firebird Booking Station, the DEA's front end to the Justice Department's Joint Automated Booking System, which assists with processing federal offenders.

* Deploying the Plan Enforcement Tracking System (PlanETS) in the New York field office. PlanETS uses commercially available mapping software to provide geographical data critical to the development of plans from DEA agents and public safety agencies during investigations.

* Piloting the Work Reporting System, which automatically tracks staff time spent on investigations.

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