The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) Silicon Valley Innovation Program (SVIP) is keeping pace with the innovation community to tackle the hardest problems faced by DHS and the Homeland Security Enterprise.
Silicon Valley Innovation Program (SVIP)
DHS S&T's Silicon Valley Innovation Program (SVIP), has awarded a Phase 5 Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) to Bastille Networks, an Internet of Things (IoT) technology company located in Atlanta, Georgia, to continue their work with DHS.
DHS S&T awarded $198K in phase 4 funding to iProov Ltd., of London, England, to test and pilot its solution, developed over the first three SVIP project phases, in a full-scale CBP operational environment.
DHS S&T announced three finalists in the first stage of the $25,000 Digital Wallets Challenge.
The credentials, standards, and design communities are invited to attend a virtual community engagement event presenting the Stage 1 finalists for DHS Trusted User Interface (UI) Digital Wallets Challenge.
Awards support DHS efforts in utilizing blockchain and distributed ledger technology to prevent forgery and counterfeiting of certificates and licenses.
Funding awarded to Spherity GmbH to develop capability to enhance supply chain traceability of direct-to-consumer e-commerce shipments.
Funding to MATTR to develop capability to digitally issue and validate essential work and task licenses for United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Funding intended to ensure visibility into food supply chains from farm to point of purchase.
Funding to SecureKey Technologies to develop the capability to implement a unique, meaningless and verifiable identifier as an alternative to the social security number.