DHS SBIR 23.1 Solicitation is now open and accepting applications from U.S. small businesses interested in submitting research proposals for seven diverse homeland security technology needs.
DHS S&T launched the competition for graduate and undergraduate students across the United States and territories to participate in the 2023 HS-POWER internship program.
Progressive Increases of Blank Searches Improve Detection Canine Performance with Infrequent Target Odors - September 2022
This study demonstrated how introducing progressively more blank runs improved detection canines’ resiliency to the challenge of few to no target odors during a repetitive search task.
S&T continues to fulfill its mission to arm responders with cutting-edge technologies, tools, and information to allow them do their jobs safely and effectively.
In March 2022, the DHS SBIR Program hosted the SBIR Showcase for First Responders to highlight the work of SBIR awardees and how they are responding to first responder technology needs.
DHS S&T announced that its Chemical Security Analysis Center opened a new experimental Chemical Security Laboratory in partnership with DEVCOM CBC at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
DHS SBIR Program awarded a total of $9,782,624 million to small businesses to further develop technologies intended to support homeland security mission needs.
Critical Infrastructure (CI) consists of the physical and cyber systems and assets that are so vital to the United States that their incapacity or destruction would have a debilitating impact on our physical or economic security or public health or safety. The nation's CI provides the essential services that underpin American society.