"On behalf of the Defense Intelligence Agency, …thank you for your efforts as part of the DIA Technical Collection and Exploitation Team that supported United States Forces – Iraq during Operations IRAQI FREEDOM and NEW DAWN in 2010 and 2011. …The team is recognized for superb efforts and results accomplished to satisfy a key national intelligence requirement [and for] being a model for collaboration and results, and lasting impact by enabling and supporting sensitive activities against this national issue. …Your accomplishment is a tremendous benefit to the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Department of Defense and to the United States."

- Dr. Alan S. Macdougall, Deputy Director for MASINT and Technical Collection

"Ms. Murray (Newman) made the [Sacramento] police department's first Western Identification Network hit when she sent a print through the system and made a hit on an individual in Utah. She entered a print from a 1988 homicide, resulting in the arrest of the individual, who is currently on trial for murder. Her dedication, perseverance and commitment to her profession makes her deserving of the Distinguished Service Award and the respect and admiration of the Sacramento Police Department."

- Sacramento Police Department, Chief of Police


In the News

July 10, 2015

OPM hack's unprecedented haul: 1.1 million fingerprints

The hackers who stole millions of federal personnel files also took 1.1 million fingerprints, a theft that poses an unprecedented danger.

May 08, 2015

Fingerprints give away more than identity

Method detects tiny specks of cocaine, other illegal drugs stuck in whorls


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