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The following provides a history of changes to this investment's Evaluation (By Agency CIO) and the date of that change. Additionally, "Date of Last Reported CIO Evaluation" provides the "as of" date of this rating

Evaluation History provides a log of every Evaluation assigned to date by the CIO, the date of the evaluation, and any comments provided explaining the score. Evaluation factors and a scoring table are provided at the bottom of the page.

Rating Changed Date Comments
5 03/02/2015 Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Land Border Integration (LBI) program remains a mature and well-managed program. It is in the Support life cycle phase. The program is operating within acceptable OMB specified cost and schedule variances. The Program Management and Shared Services Division optimize the investment through continuous analysis of operational performance. An operational analysis was conducted in August 2014. LBI aligns to CBP's Enterprise Technical Architecture (ETA 2.0) that supports agency technology and security structure. This complements the advanced hardware technologies deployed at land border vehicle crossings. The LBI technology end state is to provide an integrated view of both vehicles and people as they enter or leave the country. LBI delivers significant capabilities for improved intelligence across the operational spectrum. This results in improved primary processing operations. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Chief Information Officer (CIO) continues to assess the CBP LBI program as a Low Risk investment.
5 04/22/2014 Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Land Border Integration (LBI) program remains a mature and well-managed program as it continues in the Support life cycle phase. The program demonstrates effective program management practices and is operating within acceptable cost and schedule variances. The Land Border Optimization Group (LBOG), instituted by LBI, optimizes the investment through continuous analysis of operational performance and constant monitoring and reporting of budget execution. An operational analysis was conducted in August 2013. LBI continues to capitalizing on the success of the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI), maintaining technologies deployed at inbound land border vehicle crossings and leveraging and integrating these technologies for processing inbound pedestrian, outbound pedestrian and vehicle, and Border Patrol checkpoints while improving existing primary processing operations. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Chief Information Officer (CIO) continues to assess the CBP LBI program as a Low Risk investment.
5 12/21/2013 Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Land Border Integration (LBI) program remains a mature and well-managed program operating within acceptable cost and schedule variances, as it continues in the Support phase. The program demonstrates effective program management practices and continues to strengthen its risk management. The Land Border Optimization Group (LBOG), instituted by LBI, optimizes the investment through continuous analysis of operational performance and constant monitoring and reporting of budget execution. With full FY 2013 funding the program continues to monitor the procurement situation to effectively mitigate the risk of contract delays. An operational analysis was conducted in 2013. LBI continues to maintain technologies deployed at inbound land border vehicle crossings and leveraging and integrating these technologies for inbound pedestrian, outbound pedestrian and vehicle, and Border Patrol checkpoint processing while improving existing primary processing operations. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Chief Information Officer (CIO) upgrades the CBP LBI program to a Low Risk investment.
4 07/31/2012 The Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Land Border Integration (LBI) program continues to expand from the successful Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) program. As it currently stands, schedule variance is showing negative on the Federal IT Dashboard due to project completion delays that have now been completed. While LBI has an excellent track record of deploying capabilities on time and within budget; the relatively small Phase 1 activities (Outbound Tier 3, $3.4M project with a 4 month slippage) erroneously provide a negative schedule variance for the overall LBI program. From 2008-2009, LBI successfully deployed a $350M investment under the WHTI on time and within budget. The CIO assesses the CBP LBI program as a Moderately Low Risk investment.
5 10/27/2010 See the IT Program Assessment in the Key Documents tab.
5 06/25/2010 See the IT Program Assessment on the Dashboard under View Reports.
4 07/31/2009