The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is committed to using and developing state-of the-art technologies to make America safer. The DHS Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) is focused on developing innovative technology solutions and providing assessments, analyses and reports for the Homeland Security Enterprise. DHS's mission space includes preventing, detecting, responding to, and recovering from intentional or accidental introduction of biological and chemical agents that present a threat against the Nation's human population and critical infrastructure. The Chemical Biological Defense Division (CBD) within the Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency (HSARPA) of DHS S&T supports this preparation for a biological threat event by identifying and developing technologies for DHS operational components to increase situational awareness, reduce potential consequences, and quicken appropriate responses. To ensure current and continuous customer, stakeholder, and developer feedback, DHS S&T is actively engaged with DHS operational components; federal, state, and local authorities; and industry to develop and transition new technologies that significantly improve upon current capabilities to respond to threats.
Amendment 2 has been incorporated into HSHQDC14RB0009OBAA14003CALL19 for
purposes of adding and p
Amendment 2 has been incorporated into HSHQDC14RB0009OBAA14003CALL19 for purposes of adding and providing responses to Questions 20 and 21. See attached.
The close date for receipt of full proposals has been changed as follows:
From: April 7, 2071,
The close date for receipt of full proposals has been changed as follows: From: April 7, 2071, 3:00 PM EST To: April 19, 2017, 4:30 PM EST Note only those offerors who received the invitation to submit a full proposal are eligible. All other terms and conditions remain unchanged.