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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.
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.
DHS SBIR Program awarded a total of $14,994,521 to 15 small businesses to further develop technologies intended to support homeland security mission needs.
A look at how S&T’s five labs—and collaboration with the Department of Energy’s 17—have shaped two decades of research and development innovation.
S&T worked with the Department of Energy, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to develop H2Rescue, a prototype response vehicle capable of powering disaster scenes with zero emissions.
New Explosives Planning and Research Tool (ExPRT) aggregates decades of research and data into a central, accessible, and actionable repository.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS)Science and Technology Directorate(S&T) awarded $1.67 million to the Department of Energy (DOE) Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) to conduct research on strengthening and reimagining the future emergency response structure.
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).
DHS SBIR program awarded a total of $3,150,000 in research contracts to 20 small businesses to address seven homeland security technology needs in research and development.
DHS S&T in collaboration with FEMA IPAWS, conducted a demonstration of new technology that integrates unattended flood and wildfire sensors with IPAWS Open Platform for Emergency Networks (IPAWS-OPEN).
DHS S&T announced a new solicitation to create, improve and implement a new set of tools that protect the privacy of individuals when using digital credentials that can be used for a variety of purposes including travel, immigration and citizenship status, employment, residency status and more.
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.
S&T Awards Funds to a Startup Developing Object Detection & Tracking Algorithms for Securing Soft Targets
DHS S&T announced an award to a Birmingham, AL-based company, to build artificial intelligence algorithms that link objects, such as unattended baggage to people, and track them from the time they enter a perimeter to when they exit.
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.
DHS has completed the construction and commissioning of the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF) in Manhattan, Kansas.