Gary Stroupe, FBI, SIA GovSummit 2019 Speaker

Gary Stroupe

Supervisory Management and Program Analyst, Criminal Justice Information Services Division, Biometric Services Section

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Gary Stroupe is a supervisory management and program analyst in the Biometric Identification and Analysis Unit of the FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services Division. In his current role, Mr. Stroupe manages the analytical component of the evaluation of fingerprints submitted to the FBI’s Next Generation Identification (NGI) System. He also leads the FBI’s altered biometric identification effort. Stroupe has managed multiple entities within the FBI’s Biometric Services Section, including its customer service group and its technical liaison unit. He was also the Biometric Services Section’s lead on the retirement of the Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS), and deployment of the NGI System.


Leveraging Facial Recognition Technology for Public Safety and Homeland Security Missions

Wednesday, June 26th
Facial recognition has proven to be a force multiplier for efforts to protect the homeland and assist law enforcement, enhancing the mission capabilities, efficiency and effectiveness of operations in diverse ways. Hear from public safety and homeland security officials on how the federal government is leveraging the benefits from facial recognition technology and what the future holds for use of this key biometric technology.