DHS launches $1.5 million opioid detection challenge
The goal is to find new tools and technologies that can help find opioids in the mail.
Innovation leaders weigh in on what government has borrowed from Silicon Valley
18F, HHS and DHS S&T on what practices and approaches their offices have adopted.
DHS seeks biometric screening systems for 2019 ‘technology rally’
Participants will get the chance to have their technologies tested in a simulated "standard security checkpoint process."
DHS studying alternatives to GPS for vital sectors
The Department of Homeland Security is working with vital national industries to figure out what they could use as an alternative if the satellite-based GPS they rely on stopped working.
DHS asks for help designing the cyber testbed of the future
The Department of Homeland Security is asking for suggestions from vendors about a new cybersecurity laboratory it wants to set up called the Cyber Experimentation for the Future, or CEF, Testbed.
Big data just a start for Homeland Security geeks
Stephen Dennis is helping the government realize what can be done with big data, from cybersecurity to procurement to counterproliferation, as part of the Homeland Security’s Advanced Research Projects Agency, a small office within the Department of Homeland Security’s Science & Technology Directorate