DHS S&T AWARDS $153K in phase 1 funding to small business for maritime object tracking technology.
U.S. Coast Guard (USCG)
The Arctic’s expanded relevance, coupled with the Department’s significant regional investments, requires DHS to have a unified, deliberate, and forward-looking approach. The Strategic Approach for Arctic Homeland Security fully leverages the broad range of DHS authorities, capabilities, capacity and partnerships to achieve the goals laid out in this document.
Next week, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad F. Wolf will travel to Nicosia, Cyprus; Manama, Bahrain; and Doha, Qatar to meet with regional counterparts and discuss bolstering security cooperation and information sharing partnerships across the region.
TranslateLive to adapt Instant Language Assistant to support USCG operator safety and mission performance.
Funding awarded to Kenautics, Inc., to develop a more reliable tracking system for accurately marking and monitoring objects in the water for recovery.
Funding awarded to Kynamics of Mountain View, CA, to build a portable system for language translation capabilities to support United States Coast Guard missions.
The Coast Guard is one of our nation's five military services, and is one of the oldest organizations of the federal government.
On the Coast Guard’s 230th birthday—and everyday—Coast Guard women and men facilitate commerce in our ports and waterways; interdict illegal drugs at sea; patrol our coasts and protect our harbors and waterways; enforce laws and international treaties, and project sovereignty in the High Latitudes; and save lives.
DHS S&T helps the Coast Guard better fulfill all of its missions by also striding with progress, leveraging research and development (R&D) breakthroughs to keep citizens safe and overcome ever-evolving threats to our climate and national security.
S&T and EPA collaborate in a joint project to help the Coast Guard decontaminate assets after a bioterrorist attack.