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U.S. Fire Administration Announces Effort to Launch New Fire Information and Analytics Platform

It will support rapid data capture from hostile event response, including response to structure fires, emergency medical incidents and hazardous materials events.

DHS S&T Partners with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory to Improve Capabilities of Portable Drug Detection Systems

Narcotics detection systems libraries will be enhanced via the collection of data on approximately 50 restricted substances, primarily related to synthetic opioids like fentanyl.

DHS S&T Forms New Startup Cohort to Strengthen Software Supply Chain Visibility Tools

The seven awardees will work as a cohort to develop two core software modules—a multi-format SBOM translator and a software component identifier translator—to be delivered as open-source libraries.

Reimagining Gunshot Detection for Enhanced Community Safety

New portable system employs two methods of detection for increased accuracy and reduced false positives.

DHS Launches New Series of National Climate Resilience Prize Competitions to Keep the Power on

The Clean Power for Hours Challenge seeks innovative back-up power solutions that will help critical facilities such as fire stations, hospitals, and shelters, continue to operate during electrical outages.

DHS S&T Technologically Speaking Podcast Receives Prestigious Government Communications Award

Each Technologically Speaking episode features an S&T expert paired with hosts John Verrico and Deepak “Dee” Saini, both of whom lead S&T’s media outreach.

DHS S&T Announces $45M Funding Opportunity for New Center of Excellence for Homeland Security in the Arctic

Accredited United States colleges and universities are invited to submit proposals to lead the new DHS Center of Excellence.

DHS S&T Seeks to Test Innovative Technologies to Counter ‘Dark’ Small Drone Swarms

Following evaluation of applications and selection, participating organizations will be required to enter into a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S. government.
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