Secret Service Computers Only Work at 60 Percent Capacity; Agency Uses 1980s Mainframe

ABC System Is ‘Fragile’ and Cannot Sustain Tempo of Current or Future Operational Missions

A classified review of the United States Secret Service‘s computer technology found that the agency’s computers were fully operational only 60 percent of the time because of outdated systems and a reliance on a computer mainframe that dates to the 1980s, according to Sen. Joe Lieberman, I-Conn.

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