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FAA Seeks Industry Input on COTS Forensic Case Management Tech

Federal aviation administration (FAA)The Federal Aviation Administration is conducting a market survey on commercial off-the-shelf applications for forensic case management that will store, process and preserve FAA-collected digital forensic evidence along the chain of custody.

According to a notice posted Oct. 15 on FedBizOpps, the agency expects the software tool to enable its digital media analysts to utilize a remotely accessible depository of digital forensic evidence in managing forensic workloads and investigation workflows.

FAA seeks information from industry on the program, which identified requirements such as password-protected access to the evidence, capacity to allow multiple concurrent users and accommodate evidence of up to 250 gigabytes in size, capability to integrate with other analytical tools and tagging or labeling functions.

The agency will accept responses to the presolicitation until the end of the month.

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