A few weeks ago, the government announced it was looking to develop a “zombie” technology to track people’s movements in order to keep them out of prison.
This project, called Zebra, is still in the early stages, but it’s the latest in a string of projects from the Federal Bureau of Prisons that have been plagued by glitches, delays and costly delays.
The government is looking to fund Zebra with more than $4.5 billion in federal funds over the next three years, according to a release from the Office of the Chief Financial Officer.
The project, however, has faced several challenges and has not been able to reach its initial goal.
Zebra’s goal is to allow the federal government to track all of the individuals in its database, whether or not they’re convicted of a crime.
For example, the federal prison system has a record of keeping inmates in prison for years.
This records information on every individual in a federal prison.
But there’s no way to access this information if they’re incarcerated for non-violent crimes.
“The problem is we’ve been working with a lot of data to try to get this information to be useful,” said James O’Connell, a former prison corrections officer and now a senior policy analyst with the libertarian Cato Institute.
O’Connell was also an adviser to the Trump administration on reforming the federal criminal justice system.
“We don’t have the data,” he said.
“So we’re using technology that’s very, very expensive, very slow and not very reliable.”
The government is also using a virtual reality headset to track prisoners, and it’s also trying to create a robot that can track people without their consent.
“The problem with the technology is we’re still in an early stage,” O’Connor said.
The federal government says the Zebra project is being developed as a response to a spike in crime.
That spike occurred as many as 400,000 inmates were sent to prisons nationwide, and the US has a prison population of more than 40 million people.
The federal government said it expects to spend $4 billion on Zebra by 2020.
It’s unclear exactly how the government is going to track every prisoner in its prisons, and O’Connell said it’s hard to tell exactly how much the project is costing the government.
The government has not yet released a breakdown of the costs, and Zebra is not a government agency.
It’s also unclear if the government will pay for the software and the robots.
The Zebra team has a history of failure, and in 2014, a federal judge ordered the company to pay $15 million to the government after it spent $3.7 million of its own money on an incomplete project to track the movement of prisoners.