June 17, 2011
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Government Technology

There will be a few more eyes on Chicago’s financial district in the coming months, as Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the city’s Public Building Commission (PBC) approved adding three new locations to the Windy City’s surveillance camera network at the PBC’s meeting June 14. As reported by the Chicago Sun-Times, the Chicago Board of Trade, Federal Reserve and AT&T switching center in Chicago will all be outfitted with cameras that will be paid for using a $650,000 U.S. Department of Homeland Security grant....

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