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calendar icon 01/23/2011 - New Site Launched!

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Partnering with Industry to Solve Homeland Security Problems

Posted on: 10/21/2017

Partnering with Industry to Solve Homeland Security Problems

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Welcome to the new BAA Site

Posted on: 12/11/2015

Welcome to the new look and feel of the DHS BAA website. We hope that navigating to the information that we provide on this website is easier for you and that you find the information relevant to your needs if you are interested in working in the research and development space and if you are seeking funding for your innovative solutions that have the potential to meet DHS needs and capability gaps.

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S&T Facebook Town Hall: Applying for S&T Basic and Applied Research Funding

Posted on: 01/09/2017

Join our conversation on Applying for S&T Basic and Applied Research Funding #SCITECHTOWNHALL
Thursday January 26 1:00-2:00PM EST

Calling all researchers, innovators, non-traditional partners, and anyone with "the next big idea!" Do you or your companies have pioneering solutions that can help advance our nation's security? Do you know where to find S&T's basic and applied research topics and how to apply for funding?

S&T's Long Range Broad Agency Announcement (LRBAA) is an open invitation to the scientific community for original research proposals to solve tough problems and develop new capabilities. The goal is to advance our scientific and technical knowledge through a competitive solicitation for basic and applied research, and to apply such advances to DHS' operational environments and the Homeland Security Enterprise.

The LRBAA doesn't focus on a specific system or hardware solution. Rather, the announcement seeks scientific study and experimentation focused on advancing the state-of-the-art or increasing knowledge or understanding. For example, S&T is interested in ideas that would improve situational awareness at our borders, and we can provide funding through the LRBAA to research, test and/or develop technology.

Successful submissions to the LRBAA will answer questions such as,

  • What research problem do you propose to solve?
  • How is your concept different from and superior to solutions currently available elsewhere?
  • What data and analysis do you have to support the contention that funding your R&D project will result in a significant increase in capability for DHS?

Join us Thursday January 26, 2017 from 1-2 p.m. ET for live Facebook Town Hall with S&T's LRBAA coordinator to discuss program processes and requirements. S&T Program Managers will be available to answer your questions on a range of research topics contained in the LRBAA solicitation. The goal of this town hall is to better prepare you to apply for and receive funding. Additional information about DHS S&T's LRBAA may be found at: https://baa2.st.dhs.gov/portal/BAA/.

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CSD Event (February 29 - March 3, 2016)

Posted on: 12/11/2015

CSD will exhibit at 2016 RSA Conference - February 29 - March 3, 2016 - Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA - CSD will exhibit at the 2016 RSA Conference, where we will showcase mature technologies ready for pilot deployments or commercialization into the marketplace.

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CSD Event (February 17-19, 2016)

Posted on: 12/11/2015

2016 Cyber Security Division R&D Showcase and Technical Workshop - February 17-19, 2016, Washington, DC - The R&D Showcase will feature 10 innovative technology solutions selected from the Cyber Security Division (CSD) portfolio that address current complex cybersecurity challenges. The two-day R&D Technical Workshop will create collaboration and knowledge sharing to improve existing deployed technologies and transition of innovative research to safeguard cyberspace.

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New Site Launched!

Posted on: 01/23/2011

This web site contains information for DHS S&T LRBAA and any other BAAs that were released to the public on or after January 24, 2011. Please click on the Proposal Submission link to begin submitting white papers and full proposals for the current LRBAA.

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