The Global Nuclear Detection Architecture detects and reports on radiological and nuclear materials that are out of regulatory control before they can be used in terrorist attacks. It is comprised of a worldwide network of sensors, telecommunicat
Domestic Nuclear Detection Office
The Practical Arrangements build upon the extensive collaborative relationship between DHS and the IAEA, outlining the importance of strengthening nuclear security, and denoting four key areas for cooperation.
Helium-3 (3He) is a necessary component of many nuclear detection devices; however our country is facing a Helium-3 shortage. To address this shortage, DHS’ Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (DNDO) is advancing the search for efficient, cost-effective alternative technologies.