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The pilot, part of S&T’s Screening at Speed Program, is scheduled to begin in January at Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas.
DHS S&T awarded $3.15 million to CIRI, a DHS COE, to create the test methods, procedures, software, tools, and systems necessary for Next Generation 911 (NG911) interoperability testing.
DHS, through S&T, was awarded a U.S. patent for the HExCAT, protecting the Department’s invention and guaranteeing that the technology can help fulfill the DHS mission for years to come.
DHS SBIR Program released six additional topics for the new SBIR 24.1 Pre-solicitation, providing small businesses a chance to review the topics and ask clarifying technical questions about topic requirements over a select period of time.
On National STEM Day, we highlight recent Chemical Security Analysis Center efforts to foster a new generation of leaders who will represent S&T amongst the greater scientific community.
Commemorating Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month with updates on related S&T research and development efforts and innovative technology solutions.
DHS S&T marks the start of Infrastructure Security and Resiliency Month with the launch of a brand new season of the Technologically Speaking Podcast.
S&T Awards 18 Faculty Members at Minority Serving Institutions to Further Summer Research Team Program Projects
DHS S&T announced the recipients of nearly $1.8 million in follow-on funding for 18 project teams from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).
DHS S&T issued an RFI seeking innovative approaches to effectively target illegal cargo while expediting the delivery of legitimate cargo.
DHS S&T announced that mesur.io from North Carolina, Neoflow from Toronto, and Transmute from Austin successfully completed real-time, standards-based testing for exchanging supply chain data with CBP.
Congratulations to S&T’s National Urban Security Technology Laboratory—America’s principal federal laboratory for first responder technology testing and evaluation—on reaching this major milestone of service to our nation.
With the newly-launched Plan Integration for Resilience Scorecard, S&T’s Coastal Resilience Center is preparing local governments for hurricane season—and beyond.
The Wildland Fire Mitigation and Management Commission Report provides recommendations on resources needed to better prepare for, respond to and recover from wildfires, which are a rapidly growing threat to our homeland security.
DHS S&T announced that it is extending a Phase 1 Other Transaction award to Synthetik Insurance Analytics under S&T’s SVIP “Flood Data Collection and Analysis” solicitation.
Resources from S&T’s National Urban Security Technology Laboratory can help state, local, tribal, and territorial jurisdictions plan for and recover from radiological or nuclear incidents.
This summer, the Science & Technology Directorate (S&T) was pleased to host 28 interns from colleges and universities across the country.
DHS S&T announced an opportunity for Critical Infrastructure Owners & Operators (CI O&O) and GPS equipment manufacturers to test their equipment against GPS disruption and spoofing.
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.
The Science Advice and Guidance for Emergencies (SAGE) Program gives both nations the tools to better prepare for cross-border emergencies.
DHS S&T announced the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF) won the “Best Project, Government/Public Building” award from Engineering News-Record (ENR) Midwest.