On June 14 -18, 2019, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) engaged the 9-1-1 community at the National Association of State 9-1-1 Administrators (NASNA) meeting and the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) Conference in Orlando, FL.
S&T's Technology Clearinghouse provides its stakeholders with curated information to aid in the development of innovative technology solutions for homeland security. You can select your stakeholder group and find links to resources specifically curated to meet your need.
S&T has a number of tools for working with many different kinds of private sector entities. The “Innovation Programs & Tools” booklet outlines the process, eligibility, timeline, and how to apply for each of our tools. We also identify the stage(s) of technology development we seek for each tool.
These are the industry-specific CFATS resources for facilities that possess or plan to possess chemicals that may need to be reported to DHS.
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Any facility that possesses or plans to possess any of the chemicals of interest (COI) regulated under the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) at or above a specified quantity or concentration must report their holdings to CISA.
These are Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) resources in Spanish to assist facilities and individuals understand the CFATS program and how to report a CFATS violation.
Small businesses in the research and development domain will have the opportunity to engage with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program representatives beginning August 20, in the final leg of a National Road Tour.
DHS S&T works closely with first responders, academia, research and development organizations, industry, innovators and venture capitalists to use science to help strengthen our first responders and the nation. Check out our infographic to learn more on how S&T is helping protect our homeland.