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The Directive lays out specific DHS guidance regarding the Department’s commitment to maintaining scientific integrity and accountability across all components, including here at S&T.
Sharing word about our new commemorative podcast, where you’ll hear the story of S&T’s inception—and the days, months, and years following—from the Directorate’s former and current leaders.
As a new school year begins, we’re reminded that we never really stop learning. Throughout September, S&T will share preparedness tools and resources for communities and first responders.
As I prepare to give remarks at the 2023 National Homeland Security Conference (NHSC) in Chicago this week, I can’t help but take a moment to reflect on the Science and Technology Directorate’s (S&T) important mission and the role we play in the broader homeland security community.
On July 6, I was honored to deliver the keynote address to the inaugural class of graduates of the MBA in Security Technology Transition (STT) program, a DHSCOE led by the George Washington University (GWU).
Big things are on the horizon for the 2023 class of HS-POWER students, who will spend the summer conducting innovative research across the Department of Homeland Security.
The new Technology Centers Research Agenda establishes a multi-year strategic framework that aligns our R&D portfolio and communicates S&T’s forward-looking investment priorities.
As the 2023 Atlantic hurricane season opens, learn about an S&T collaborative tool that will help agencies conduct more effective and efficient response operations.
The 2023 First Responder Resource Group meeting offered Under Secretary Kusnezov a "boots on the ground" perspective of responders' technology priorities and how S&T can address them.