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Combatting Human Trafficking Through Social Science Fact Sheet

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) seeks to address the growing problem of human trafficking through social science-based research. Through operationally relevant, end-user focused applied social and behavioral science research, S&T strives to enable, inform, and assist operational partners, decision makers, and policy makers in lessening the human and monetary costs of human trafficking. S&T has embarked on two unique efforts to support this goal: (1) the Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Foundational Effort and (2) the Human Trafficking System Analysis and Technology Roadmap.

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The following are CFTT reports for mobile device acquisition tools (organized by publication date). 

News Release: DHS FY19 SBIR Solicitation Now Open

  • The new solicitation contains 10 topic descriptions from two DHS organizations, eight from the Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) and two from the Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD) Office.

ICOM F9521T/S (450-512) Mobile Subscriber

The 2016 CAI CAB Testing documentation was submitted to and approved by DHS. The F9521T/S (450-512) Mobile Subscriber is considered Approved (Grant-Eligible) Equipment.

ICOM F9521T/S (406-470) Mobile Subscriber

The 2016 CAI CAB Testing documentation was submitted to and approved by DHS. The F9521T/S (406-470) Mobile Subscriber is considered Approved (Grant-Eligible) Equipment.

ICOM F9511T/S Mobile Subscriber

The 2016 CAI CAB Testing documentation was submitted to and approved by DHS. The F9511T/S Mobile Subscriber is considered Approved (Grant-Eligible) Equipment.

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