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DHS S&T launched the competition for graduate and undergraduate students across the United States and territories to participate in the 2023 HS-POWER internship program.
S&T’s Critical Infrastructure Security & Resilience Research Program is tapping into the latest innovations in science and technology to address strategic CI needs.
DHS S&T announced five awardees from the “Human Performance and Resiliency” solicitation which sought innovative technologies and methods to improve workforce safety and wellness for DHS personnel.
DHS S&T announced a Phase 1 Other Transaction award to customize its commercial artificial intelligence solution and create an adaptable anomaly detection system to secure soft targets.
DHS S&T announced a Phase 1 Other Transaction award to Flux Tensor to apply algorithms that help identify motion in complex videos.
DHS S&T announced a contract award to G&H International Services, Inc. to design, develop and implement a Community Lifeline Status System for FEMA to assist in helping emergency management organizations establish standardized and integrated systems to the already existing Community Lifeline Construct.
Every day, DHS staff, along with our government and private-sector partners, are tasked with safeguarding our communities from a myriad of threats, both in the real world and online.
DHS S&T is delivering a harmonized geospatial dataset of national waterways to all Federal agencies that comprise the U.S. Committee on the Marine Transportation System (CMTS).
A new, compact version of an advanced carry-on baggage screening system developed in part by the DHS S&T, allows TSA to install advanced screening technology in smaller airports that can’t fit conventional systems.
S&T is partnering with the National Institute of Standards and Technology on test methods for evaluating first responders’ capabilities across the nation and around the world.
S&T is kicking off Cybersecurity Awareness Month by highlighting some of the ways we’re strengthening the nation’s (and first responders’) cyber infrastructure and offering some tips for how you can "See Yourself in Cyber."
To better prepare for natural disasters, the S&T-funded Coastal Resilience Center (CRC) is reaching out across communities especially vulnerable to natural hazards.
DHS S&T announced a new interactive training tool for handlers and trainers of explosive detection canines to upgrade their capabilities to Person-Borne Explosives Detection.
S&T continues to fulfill its mission to arm responders with cutting-edge technologies, tools, and information to allow them do their jobs safely and effectively.
DHS released a report of operational approaches to protect the National Public Warning System from an electromagnetic pulse (EMP).