DHS S&T has been working with the FEMA IPAWS office and state and local response teams since early 2009 to develop effective alerts, warnings, and notifications programs, as well as identifying gaps in existing IPAWS alerting messaging.
DHS S&T's COEs recently hosted a series of invitation-only COVID-19 Supply Chain Workshops to address current pandemic challenges, discuss key lessons learned and pinpoint areas in which future research investments can be made.
FEMA, in coordination with DHS S&T, has released the “Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) Program Planning Toolkit.”
DHS S&T will be participating in the International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) Virtual, from August 24 to 27, with CISA.
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.
June is Great Outdoors Month, a time in which people are encouraged to explore all that nature has to offer, including our nation’s wildlife refuges or parks.
TAK is a cloud-native server application that facilitates exchange of situational awareness data.
DHS S&T shows its support through the research and development of knowledge products and devices that make law enforcement jobs safer, easier, or more effective.
The Team Awareness Kit (TAK) is the emerging DHS-wide solution for situational awareness. Its exceptional tactical value has been proven time and again.