DHS S&T awarded $1 million to Colorado-based small business TDA Research, Inc. to develop a power module that would service all of the current and emerging requirements of on-body devices for first responders through the DHS SBIR Program, administered by DHS S&T.
St. Louis was selected as the site for the first Smarty City Interoperability Reference Architecture (SCIRA) exercise. The pilot program brought together first responders, city managers and other stakeholders, and through a series of realistic disaster scenarios, demonstrated how smart city technology can transform municipal emergency response.
DHS S&T announced today the selection of The George Washington University to lead a new COE that will deliver a pilot Master of Business Administration program focused on security technology transition from federal research and development to operational use.
S&T opened a second release of its Preventing Forgery and Counterfeiting of Certificates and Licenses funding solicitation to pursue new R&D opportunities in the area of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies.
The Israel – U.S. Binational Industrial Research and Development (BIRD) Foundation announced it is seeking proposals for collaborative projects to develop advanced technologies for the homeland security mission.
DHS S&T is seeking additional technology solutions to prevent forgery and counterfeiting of certificates and licenses, and issued a new call for proposals through its SVIP.
DHS S&T announced today the award of 26 competitive research contracts with 23 small businesses to participate in Phase I of the DHS SBIR Program.
DHS S&T works closely with the nation’s emergency response community to identify and prioritize mission capability gaps and to facilitate the rapid development of critical solutions to address responders’ everyday technology needs. These technology prototypes are operationally field tested by S&T’s National Urban Security Technology Laboratory (NUSTL).
To help communities prepare for disasters and rebuild in the aftermath, DHS S&T partnered with NAPSG to convene experts from around the country to share best practices and identify practical solutions related to information sharing, geospatial technologies, and leadership.
“The Department of Homeland Security recommended the FCC deny the Ligado license and remains concerned that an approval creates a high degree of uncertainty for our public and private sector partners."