The use of Forensic Genetic Genealogy (FGG) has proven to be instrumental in the identification of suspects who would otherwise go undetected. Many of the 400,000 plus unsolved homicides and sexual assaults in the U.S. could be solved through FGG. One of the biggest impediments with new technologies is often a lack of familiarity and associated high costs. But in the case of FGG, there are no-and low cost options and resources available to all law enforcement agencies through U.S. Department of Justice programs and their partners. DOJ offers investigator-level training and technical assistance to support the expanded use of FGG. A panel of leading national experts will describe best practices on how to successfully incorporate FGG into investigative workflows, from case identification to prosecution and closure.