WASHINGTON – After years of costly delays, a computerized FBI case management system still isn't finished.
A Justice Department report released Wednesday says the Sentinel system is $100 million over budget and nowhere near complete. And it warned that longer delays could mean the program is outdated before it's even finished.
The program is intended to create a user-friendly, paperless case-management system.
The Sentinel plan replaced an earlier $170 million computer program that was scrapped after consultants deemed it obsolete and riddled with problems.