A US healthcare company. Provides community corrections including residential re-entry programs. Has detained small numbers of unaccompanied immigrant youth.
An Irish management, consulting, and outsourcing firm that provides technical and planning support to US Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
A military contractor that makes small drones used to surveil the US-Mexico border.
A US air cargo and transportation company, which operates charter deportation flights for the US government
A Dutch multinational military and aerospace company whose helicopters are used to monitor the US-Mexico border.
One of the world’s largest IT companies. Its subsidiary Google provides software and cloud services to US immigration authorities as well as the Israeli government and military and discriminates against Palestinians.
The world’s largest online retailer and cloud storage provider. It’s the largest provider of cloud computing for US immigration authorities as well as the Israeli government and military, and also supports prison and police surveillance.
A US-based provider of food service, facility management services, and uniforms globally. Provides food and other logistical services to prisons and immigration detention facilities and uses forced prison labor.
A US telecommunications company that provides communications services to US immigration authorities
A software company that provides US immigration authorities with software that collects and manages biometric data.
A US manufacturer of tasers, body and car cameras, drones, and accompanying software that provides these products to US immigration authorities, prisons, and law enforcement agencies.
The second largest banking institution in the US. Has been one of the main financiers of private prison and immigrant detention companies. In 2019 it has announced it would not provide these companies with new loans.
A UK-based multinational bank that has provided credit, loans, and bond underwriting services to US private prison and detention companies.
A French banking group that is one of the largest retail banks in the world. Has been one of the main financial backers of private prisons and immigrant detention companies. In 2019 it announced it would stop providing loans to these companies.
A US government IT contractor, which developed cloud analytics services for US immigration authorities to track and target immigrants.
A government contractor that provides computer and IT services to US immigration authorities and other federal agencies
A French IT and engineering firm, which provides US immigration authorities with IT services that facilitate deportations.
An Israeli digital intelligence firm that supplies law enforcement agencies, prison authorities, border security agencies, and repressive regimes around the world with hacking technologies.
The world’s largest private prison corporation. Owns and manages over 100 correctional, detention, and other residential reentry facilities. Provides the government with other services as part of the criminal punishment system.
A US-based manufacturer of agricultural and construction machinery, which provides all-terrain vehicles to US Border Patrol
Israel's largest military company, which makes killer drones, large weapon systems, and ammunition used against civilians. Monitors walls and borders in Palestine and the US-Mexico border.
A US-based credit reporting agency and data broker that provides US immigration authorities with information that enables them to locate people targeted for deportation.
One of the largest military contractors in the world. Provides weapons and munitions used by the Israeli air force against Palestinian civilians. Involved in monitoring the US-Mexico border and surveilling immigrant communities inside the US.
A US construction company that constructed parts of and performed maintenance on the US-Mexico border barrier.
A Japanese vehicle manufacturer, which provides US Border Patrol with all-terrain vehicles.
One of the world's largest IT companies. A major contractor for U.S. immigration authorities. Runs the discriminatory Israeli population registry and provides technologies to the Israeli military.
The largest banking institution in the US. Has been one of the main financiers of private prison and immigrant detention companies. In March 2019 it has announced it would not give these companies new loans. Also charges prisoners exorbitant rates for prison banking services.
A US engineering and construction firm that does maintenance and repairs of the US-Mexico border fence in Arizona.
A US-based military company that provides phone tracking devices and other equipment to US immigration authorities and the Israeli military. Used to provide surveillance technologies for the US-Mexico border and Israeli military checkpoints.
A US military IT contractor that provides imaging technologies and biometric systems to US immigration authorities for border monitoring and surveillance.
The world's largest military company that provides fighter jets, attack helicopters, and missile systems that the Israeli military uses against Palestinian civilians as well as reconnaissance aircraft used to monitor the US-Mexico border.
A Canadian software company that sells phone-hacking and data analysis software to US immigration authorities and other law enforcement agencies.
A US military contractor that provides IT and surveillance services to US immigration authorities.
One of the world’s largest IT companies. Provides tools and infrastructure used by the US government to surveil immigrant communities and to manage prisons. Divested AnyVision for surveilling Palestinians but keeps providing services to the Israeli police.
A US-based communications and surveillance company. Leading supplier of license plate recognition software. Sells surveillance products for use at US prisons, at the US-Mexico Border, and by US police agencies. Its equipment is installed in illegal settlements and in the separation wall in the West Bank and is used by the Israeli military, police, and prison service.
A Japanese IT company that provides the US government with biometric technologies used to target immigrant communities.
One of the world's largest military companies. Develops missile systems used by the Israeli Air Force against Palestinian civilians; provides drones and radars used to monitor the US-Mexico border; and develops databases and systems for the US Department of Homeland Security to profile, surveil, and monitor immigrant communities.
A US manufacturer of security and inspection systems, which it provides to US border checkpoints and Israeli military checkpoints in the occupied Palestinian territory.
A U.S. military and government contractor that provides maintenance to the aircraft fleet used to monitor the US borders and beyond
A US-based high-tech surveillance company. Designed systems for US immigration authorities to surveil and target immigrants and to manage mass immigration raids. Its predictive policing tools are used by law enforcement agencies and by Israeli security forces.
One of the largest military companies in the world and the largest producer of guided missiles. Makes missile systems and munitions used against civilians in Palestine and Yemen. Its equipment is used to monitor the US-Mexico border.
A UK-based information and analytics firm. Its subsidiary LexisNexis provides data analytics to US immigration authorities to identify and locate persons targeted for deportation.
A U.S. specialty insurance company. Has provided surety bonds to bail bond company Libre by Nexus.
A US cloud computing and AI company whose systems power the US Unified Immigration Portal
A US military and intelligence contractor, which has enhanced data sharing between US immigration authorities and local law enforcement agencies.
A British engineering company that provides X-ray and surveillance technologies to US immigration authorities to monitor borders.
A US workforce housing company that owns and partially operates ICE’s largest youth and family detention center.
A US engineering and IT government contractor. Its subsidiary FLIR Systems provides mobile surveillance systems to monitor the US-Mexico border.
A US-based military contractor known for its Bell, Beechcraft, Cessna, and Hawker aircraft brands, some of which are used to monitor the US-Mexico border and by the Israeli Air Force.
A French multinational that designs and manufactures electrical systems for the aerospace and defense industries. Supplies biometric technologies for the databases used to surveil immigrants in the US.
The world's 2nd largest private prison company and the largest "community corrections" and e-carceration business. Owns and operates prisons and immigrant detention centers in the US and abroad. Provides the government with other services as part of the criminal punishment system.
A US pharmaceutical and biotech company that provides equipment for mass DNA testing of people detained by US immigration authorities and Rapid DNA testing of migrant families at the US-Mexico border
A Canadian data broker and information services provider that provides systems and databases to the US immigration authorities for tracking and targeting immigrant communities
A credit rating agency and data broker that provides customized software and services to law enforcement and US immigration authorities
A large U.S.-based regional bank, formerly SunTrust Banks. Has been one of the main financial backers of private prisons and immigrant detention companies. In 2019 it announced it would stop providing loans to these companies.
One of the largest banks in the US. Finances private prison companies CoreCivic and GEO Group. Has been one of the main financial backers of private prisons and immigrant detention companies. In 2019 it announced it would stop providing loans to these companies.
One of the largest banking and financial services companies in the world. Has been one of the main financial backers of private prisons and immigrant detention companies. In 2019 it announced it would stop providing loans to these companies.
A Japanese vehicle manufacturer that provides all-terrain vehicles and watercraft to US Border Patrol.
The company designed, built, and repaired physical barriers along the border in Arizona and California from 2018 to 2020.
In a joint venture with Gibraltar US, Gibraltar-Caddell has designed and constructed US-Mexico border infrastructure since 2019. In 2017, Caddell desiged a prototype for the "Trump Wall."
A surveillance company that miens facial images from websites including social media and uses facial recognition software to create databases for law enforcement and other government agencies. Clearview has sold a subscription to its database to CBP since 2020.
Developed and operates COPLINK, a system used to facilitate information sharing between local law enforcement and federal agencies including ICE. Forensic Logic had a contract with ICE for access to law enforcement data from 2018 to 2020.
The world's largest private security company, owned by Allied Universal. Operates prisons in Australia, South Africa, and the UK. Detains and deports immigrants in the US. Divested most of its activities in Israel but still involved in the training of Israeli Police.
Since 2014, JDL Digital Systems has provided support and equipment for the Video Evidence Collection and Distribution System (VECADS) used by ICE and CBP. The company develops standalone security cameras as well as video recording and time management equipment for aircraft, drones, and vehicles.
One of the largest construction and engineering companies in the US. Its subsidiary Southwest Valley Constructors has built physical barriers along the US-Mexico border in Texas, Arizona, and California under contracts worth $2.7 billion from 2019 to 2021. As the parent company, Kiewit Infrastructure had an additional smaller border construction contract in Texas from 2019 to 2020.
A construction firm specializing in government and military products KWR has provided construction and maintenance for the US-Mexico border mostly in Arizona, and in 2017 submitted a prototype for the "Trump Wall."
A communications data analysis company that mines data including phone usage, social media, and internet communications to track people in real time. These data, which Pen-Link has provided to ICE and CBP since at least 2008, is integrated into the Palantir-designed Investigative Case Management (ICM) system.
A subsidiary of Kiewit Infrastructure West, Southwest Valley Constructors has designed and built physical barriers along the US-Mexico border in Texas, Arizona, and California under contracts worth $2.7 billion from 2019 to 2021.
Since 2019, Venntel has provided ICE and CBP with its database of people's locations based on mining smartphone app data.