We’re engineers on a mission — to make your job easier and the world a safer place.
Kaseware is the premiere investigative platform. It easily manages your dispatch, cases, records, evidence and more, while providing convenient features like analytics, drivers license scanning, and auto-fill so you never have to fill out duplicate forms again. We come from decades of law enforcement and corporate security experience. As a result, we built the system we wish we would have had — one that makes your job easier and the world a safer place.
Kaseware’s founders Dorian Deligeorges, Nathan Burrows, and Scott Baugher have a combined 35 years of law enforcement and private sector information technology experience. They met as Special Agents for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in 2004.
THE FBI’S CASE MANAGEMENT CRISIS
In 2009, after working many cases in the field, the three were asked to represent the FBI on a large existing technology project. This project was building a custom case management system for the FBI. The three had just joined at a time when the project was struggling; it eventually stalled.
THE STORY OF SENTINEL
Seeing no other alternative, Dorian, Nathan, and Scott began developing a new system. They worked quietly during downtime, evenings, and weekends. By Spring of 2010, they presented their functioning prototype to the FBI’s CIO and other Bureau executives. They won enough support to continue their efforts. In July of 2010, the FBI issued a full stop work order to the existing project and officially sanctioned their project in October 2010.
The three were assigned as development and deployment leads. Their new team only needed a handful of the best software engineers, compared with the original project’s previous pool of 350 contractors. The team created a scalable enterprise system with document authoring, workflow, searching, link analysis, and geospatial features.
The system, named Sentinel, was deployed across the FBI in July of 2012. Sentinel fully transitioned the Bureau from paper to digital records management, and now maintains all records and evidence for FBI cases.
As a result of their work, Kaseware’s Founders received the FBI Director’s Award in 2012 and the Attorney General’s Award for IT Program Management Excellence in 2013. Additionally, Sentinel received the Computerworld Honors Program Laureate in 2013. Perhaps the most important achievement, Sentinel has significantly increased the daily production of investigative content. This has freed countless Special Agents and Intelligence Analysts for the most important work: keeping the American people safe.
Building on this success, the founders of Kaseware resolved to build an even better incident, case management, records management and analytics system. Only this time, their goal was to bring it to the broader corporate security, law enforcement and intelligence communities. They founded Kaseware in 2016 and have been rapidly growing ever since.
OUR LEADERSHIP TEAM
Kaseware is honored to have an incredible team of advisors. Our advisors are true leaders in their field, hailing from military, public safety and corporate backgrounds, with both substantial domestic and global experience.
Taylor has over 35 years of distinguished public and military service, serving as Chief Security Officer for General Electric, and then Under Secretary for the Office of Intelligence and Analysis under the US Department of Homeland Security.
Higgins has over 29 years of service in the realm of global investigations, security, crisis management, risk management, and international affairs, including being an Assistant Special Agent in Charge for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) within the US Department of Justice.
Brekke has over 30 years of extensive experience in corporate security and law enforcement, including Vice President of Corporate Security for Target Corporation, Interim Chief Security Office for Mayo Clinic, and Director of the Office of the Private Sector for the FBI.
Scott has over 40 years of extensive law enforcement experience including serving as the Chief of Police for Arlington, the City of Fairfax and Fairfax County in Northern Virginia, as well as serving as the Assistant Inspector General for Program Integrity for the US Department of Interior Office of Inspector General.