The Master Question List (MQL) is intended to quickly present the current state of available information to government decision makers in a possible operational response to African Swine Fever and allow structured and scientifically guided discussions across the federal government without burdening them with the need to review scientific reports, and to prevent duplication of efforts by highlighting and coordinating research.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services (CMSWS) authored this report under a partnership with DHS S&T. This report details the installation and operation of 93 “beta” prototype low-cost flood sensors (LCS) in Mecklenburg County during the second year of the partnership.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services (CMSWS) authored this guidebook under a partnership with DHS S&T. The guidebook details the CMSWS experience deploying and testing the “alpha” prototypes of the low-cost flood sensors (LCS) at locations in Mecklenburg County.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) collaborated with Mobility 4 Public Safety, the Los Angeles region and the Houston/Harris County region to create the Mobility Acceleration Coalition (MAC).
This list of questions was created by DHS S&T’s National Urban Security Technology Laboratory (NUSTL) to help Department of Homeland Security Components, and other entities with C-UAS authority build a comprehensive understanding of the nuances, capabilities and limitations of C-UAS technology to aid in purchasing decisions.
S&T helps strengthen aviation security through technology and tools that support everything from improved passenger and baggage screening to more resilient aircraft construction.
S&T Evaluating Mobile App Vetting Integration with Enterprise Mobility Management in the Enterprise Report
This S&T study recommends federal agencies adopt a continuous approach to standards-based mobile app vetting by integrating vetting tools with EMM and exploring nontraditional approaches, such as app threat intelligence. These approaches would improve overall federal system mobile device and enterprise security while also enabling employees to use apps to conduct business and accomplish their organization’s mission.