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10/3/2004
GAO: Federal Funding for Selected Surveillance Technologies
A report by the Government Accounting Office that details the amount of federal funding used in red light camera and photo radar enforcement.

GAO ReportA report by the Government Accounting Office that details the amount of federal funding used in red light camera and photo radar enforcement.

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Article Excerpt:
Of the 35 federal entities that completed our survey, 17 responded that they had conducted research and development or testing of one or more of the three technologies. They reported obligating nearly $51 million as of June 30, 2001, on facial recognition, red light cameras, and photo radar devices, with the largest amount reported for facial recognition.
Source: PDF File Federal Funding for Selected Surveillance Technologies (Government Accounting Office, 3/14/2002)



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