DHS S&T announced a Phase 1 Other Transaction award to Sentinel Occupational Safety (Sentinel), to develop safety monitoring technology for DHS personnel.
DHS S&T announced a Phase 1 Other Transaction award to Kenzen, Inc., to develop wearable technology that helps prevent heat-related injuries for DHS personnel who work in extreme weather conditions.
DHS announced the winners of the Cooling Solutions Challenge prize competition who were awarded funding for their innovative and creative ideas that sought climate-friendly cooling solutions to protect people in extreme heat conditions.
DHS S&T successfully conducted a demonstration of Remote Screening infrastructure for airport security checkpoints with the developer, Integrated Defense & Security Solutions (IDSS) at the Cape Cod Gateway Airport.
DHS S&T announced a $24 million contract, awarded over five years, to Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine (AUCVM) to support R&D in the detection canine field.
DHS S&T announces 17 faculty members from Minority Serving Institutions (MSI) are selected to receive a total of $824,234 in funding to advance their research projects.
S&T's Industry Partnerships Insights Outreach Webinar Series Presentation Brief: Zoom Out to 2022! | Funding Opportunities, 2021 Review, & Resources, December 7, 2021
On December 7, 2021, the DHS Science & Technology Directorate (S&T) hosted the Insights Outreach webinar: Zoom Out to 2022! | Funding Opportunities, 2021 Review & Resources featuring OIP program representatives discussing current opportunities and providing additional resources that will help you navigate the path to a potential partnership with S&T.
DHS SBIR 22.1 Solicitation is now open for U.S. small businesses to submit research proposals for a broad range of 11 homeland security technology needs.
DHS S&T issued a combined $1,319,980 funding award to the University of Southern California (USC) and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) for the S&T Analysis and Management of Innovation Activity (STAMINA) III project.
Block MEMS, LLC, to develop technology that can detect Vehicle-Borne Improvised Explosive Devices before they enter stadiums, parking structures, and other soft targets.