Tag Archives: Homeland Security Department

DHS Issues Phase Two Small Business Contracts for Credential Security Tech to Oasys International, Waverly Labs


Oasys International and Waverly Labs have received a combined total of $1.97M in awards to develop credential security technologies for first responders under agreements with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The two companies will develop Identity, Credential and Access Management (ICAM) on-the-fly tools that support interoperability, security and scalability across first responder operations. 


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Matthew Shaw: Battelle Built New Bio-Chem Weapon Sensor to ID Agents Within 24 Hours

Matthew Shaw, vice president and general manager of Battelle’s CBRNE defense business unit, says the nonprofit organization’s new sensor system works to identify chemical and biological agents after collecting an electronic signatures, Homeland Security Today reported Saturday. Anthony Kimery writes that Battelle will provide the Resource Effective BioIdentification System offering …

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Elbit Systems to Provide Broadband Mobile Tech for DHS; Raanan Horowitz Comments

An Elbit Systems Ltd. subsidiary has been selected to develop a first-responder broadband mobile technology for the Homeland Security Department’s science and technology group. Elbit Systems of America LLC will build the prototype to work with the BlackBerry 10 workspace within an Android-based device for federal, state and local agencies …

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IBM Wins CMS IT, DHS Hardware Contracts

IBM Corp. has won two contracts from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the Department of Homeland Security, the Washington Business Journal reports. CMS awarded the company $11.69 million to provide information and technology services for an integrated accounting system, designed to replace the current separate systems for …

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