DHS SBIR Program awarded a total of $14,994,521 to 15 small businesses to further develop technologies intended to support homeland security mission needs.
New Explosives Planning and Research Tool (ExPRT) aggregates decades of research and data into a central, accessible, and actionable repository.
DHS SBIR program awarded a total of $3,150,000 in research contracts to 20 small businesses to address seven homeland security technology needs in research and development.
The DHS Science & Technology Directorate Technology Centers’ Research Agenda is intended to provide the strategic framework against which we align and focus our research portfolio, and it communicates our priorities and objectives over the next three years. This Research Agenda identifies the most critical and impactful advances and developments in science and technology from the perspective of where the emerging technology and science trends are headed and their potential impact or implications to the Department.
S&T marks World Laboratory Day by celebrating our cooperative and beneficial relationship with the 17 Department of Energy (DOE) National Laboratories.
DHS S&T announced a funding opportunity to lead the new Center of Excellence for up to 10 years and a total of $45 million through a cooperative agreement.
DHS S&T signed a Joint Statement of Intent (JSoI) for collaborative research, development and foreign technical exchanges with the Republic of Korea’s Ministry of Science and Information Communication Technology (MSIT).