In the Deconstructing SBIR webinar series, DHS’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program team breaks down particulars of the program and highlights opportunities for small businesses to work with S&T.
DHS SBIR Solicitation is now open for small businesses to submit research proposals for 11 homeland security topics.
DHS S&T 21.1 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program solicitation is open!
This success story highlights the DHS SBIR company dbS Productions of Charlottesville, Virginia, who developed an innovative and life-saving software application that enables first responders to easily see a heat map showing the area of probability for the missing person.
This success story highlights the DHS SBIR company Polestar Technologies, Inc., of Needham Heights, Massachusetts, which developed a portable system for stand-off detection of concealed explosives to detect and identify different types of explosives.
This success story highlights the DHS SBIR company Applied Visions of Northport, New York, which developed Code Ray, a software assurance risk management technology that improves the speed, accuracy and confidence in detection of vulnerabilities and source code weaknesses.
On December 1, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. EST, the DHS Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program is hosting a webinar to help small business innovators understand the DHS SBIR proposal process and relay important information for the 21.1 Solicitation.
DHS announced the release of 12 topics for the new Small Business Innovation Research 21.1 Pre-solicitation.
On October 29, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. EST, the DHS SBIR program is hosting a webinar to help Small Business Concerns (SBCs) understand DHS privacy policies in order to mitigate privacy impacts when developing proposals in response to topics in the SBIR solicitation.
DHS S&T is working with Morphix Technologies to develop a simple, inexpensive, wearable smart chemical sensor badge that has high sensitivity and selectivity to multiple toxic industrial chemicals at trace (low parts per million or ppm) concentrations, and that triggers alarms at permissible exposure limits, short-term exposure limits and time weighted average concentrations.