Two CUSEC apps help emergency managers prepare for and recover from disasters like earthquakes. Both are free and available for use via the S&T-supported Regional Information Sharing Platform.
With Hurricane Sally expected to make landfall on Tuesday, the DHS S&T Chemical Security Analysis Center (CSAC) is providing critical chemical hazard support.
S&T is hosting a series of virtual discussions this fall, focusing on how science, technology, and partnerships are needed to achieve common objectives to protect people, commerce, and infrastructure.
An archive of statements about the Department’s immigration enforcement posture during certain emergency events, including natural disasters.
St. Louis was selected as the site for the first Smarty City Interoperability Reference Architecture (SCIRA) exercise. The pilot program brought together first responders, city managers and other stakeholders, and through a series of realistic disaster scenarios, demonstrated how smart city technology can transform municipal emergency response.
DHS S&T is proud to co-sponsor the CIVIC, which will provide communities new tools for adapting to changing environments and enhancing preparedness and resilience to wide-ranging disasters, including hurricanes, floods and wildfires along with pandemics
To help communities prepare for disasters and rebuild in the aftermath, DHS S&T partnered with NAPSG to convene experts from around the country to share best practices and identify practical solutions related to information sharing, geospatial technologies, and leadership.
The Team Awareness Kit (TAK) is the emerging DHS-wide solution for situational awareness. Its exceptional tactical value has been proven time and again.