The purpose of HSOAC is to help the Department address analytic, operational, and policy challenges in its mission areas and across the homeland security environment. HSAOC provides high-quality objective research and analysis and actionable recommendations as well as candid advice. These services are delivered through full studies, rapid-response work, and embedded analysts.
The DHS S&T has awarded a total of nearly $3.5 million in funding to three new R&D projects designed to improve the threat detection capabilities of current X-ray technologies for checked baggage systems.
STEPS delivers innovative solutions
LOCC partners and collaborates with various government agencies
S&T funds research products to increase public awareness of the mechanisms by which individuals and groups radicalize to violence to inform and support law enforcement, community leaders, NGOs, academics, local government, and international partners.
The Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate is collaborating with the Transportation Security Administration to host a Homeland Security Industry Day on May 4, 2018.
More than 66,000 football fans poured into U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis this past February and were able to enjoy the nation's 52nd Super Bowl in a safe and secure setting.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) launched a new web page this week to showcase S&T projects and technology solutions that impact the Homeland Security mission.
Secretary of Homeland Security John F. Kelly delivered remarks entitled, “Home & Away: Threats to America and the DHS Response,” and participated in a moderated discussion with Director of the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security Frank J. Cilluffo at George Washington University.