Last week, DHS S&T marked the 15-year anniversary of cooperation with the United Kingdom for collaborative research and development efforts aimed at both nations’ mutual homeland security challenges.
The capability gaps or Statements of Objectives (SOO) developed as a result of these meetings help determine how S&T engages with business, industry, innovation and academia partners, and ultimately how S&T provides first responders the tools they need to protect communities and stay safe while performing their duties.
Today, the United States and the Republic of Korea entered into a bilateral partnership for deeper cooperation on science and technology research and development of solutions to disasters such as fire, storm, flood and earthquake and issues closely related to public safety such as security and infectious disease.
The DHS Office of SAFETY Act Implementation partnered with the DHS Office for Bombing Prevention to identify nationally accredited training products and services that meet the counter-terrorism needs of DHS stakeholders.
Today, DHS S&T wrapped up a joint meeting with members of the 5 Research and Development (5RD) Council in New York City on research, development, test and evaluation (RDT&E) efforts.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) Technology Clearinghouse is congressionally-mandated, and part of a program to encourage and support innovative technology solutions to enhance homeland security.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) partnered with Clear Scientific (CS) to develop a wearable sensor that can quickly provide first responders with critical information related to the toxicity of their environment in the presence of aerosolized fentanils.
BTI’s mission is to enhance the Nation’s ability to secure its borders, facilitate legitimate trade and travel, and ensure the integrity of the immigration system.
ALERT conducts transformational research, technology, and educational development to characterize, detect, mitigate, and respond to explosives-related threats facing the country and the world.
ADAC develops and transitions technology solutions, innovative products, and educational programs to improve situational awareness and crisis response capabilities related to emerging maritime challenges posed by the dynamic Arctic environment.