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Peraton's Reginald Brothers: Army Futures Command Should Embrace DIUx's Rapid Tech Devt Approach

Reginald Brothers, executive vice president and chief technology officer of Peraton, said during a Government Matters interview that aired Wednesday he expects Army Futures Command to adopt the Defense Innovation Unit Experimental's rapid approach to technology development that includes testing and evaluation and prototyping. Brothers said he thinks Austin, Texas, has a strong …

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10 Startup Companies to Participate in DHS Wearable Tech R&D Project

The Department of Homeland Security‘s science and technology directorate has chosen 10 startup companies to join a new research-and-development program that seeks to build  wearable devices for first responders. DHS said Thursday the EMERGE 2016: Wearable Technology program offers startups the opportunity to equip emergency response personnel with body-worn electronics, sensors and integrated voice and …

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LMI Employees Receive DHS ‘Building Partnerships Award’ With National Urban Security Tech Lab Teammates

The Department of Homeland Security has awarded a government-industry team that includes Kris Dooley, Abby Hooper and Steve Vargas of LMI the Building Partnerships Award. The LMI acquisition and financial management professionals are part of a group that worked with the National Urban Security Technology Laboratory within the DHS science and technology directorate’s office of national …

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DHS Selects Raytheon BBN, Yale University, ICSI for Privacy Protection Tech R&D Contracts

A Raytheon subsidiary, the International Computer Science Institute and Yale University have received separate contracts from the Department of Homeland Security to develop technologies that will work to protect privacy and personally identifying information. The three contracts have a total value of $3.66 million and seek to secure online  information in the public and private …

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DHS Taps USC Information Sciences Institute to Develop Internet Outage Detection Tool

The University of Southern California's information sciences institute has received a potential $800,000 contract from the Department of Homeland Security to research and develop new platforms that work to detect and report internet outages. The cybersecurity division under DHS' science and technology directorate awarded the contract as part of the Internet …

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International Computer Science Institute Receives DHS S&T Grant For Privacy Protection Tech Development

The International Computer Science Institute has received $664,378 in funds from the Department of Homeland Security‘s science and technology directorate to develop privacy intrusion detection technology for use on mobile devices. DHS said Wednesday the Berkeley, California-based research organization secured the award through a broad agency announcement of DHS S&T’s cybersecurity division. The award is …

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Whitescope to Build Wireless Comms Gateway for IoT Devices Under DHS Contract

The Department of Homeland Security‘s science and technology directorate has awarded a $200,000 contract to Whitescope to provide a wireless communications gateway that will work to secure Internet of Things devices. DHS said Monday Whitescope’s GatewayX platform will work to perform passive and active detection of connected IoT devices and centralize the access to the devices. …

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DHS, University of North Dakota Partner for Unmanned Aerial Tech Research Program

The Department of Homeland Security has signed a three-year cooperative research and development agreement with the University of North Dakota to study the potential advantages and risks of using unmanned aerial technology. DHS’ science and technology directorate and the university aim to identify strategies to prevent misuse of unmanned aerial systems, the department said Monday. “This mission …

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Raytheon BBN to Develop Online Search Tool Under DHS Data Privacy Initiative

A Raytheon subsidiary has been awarded a $1.3 million contract from the Department of Homeland Security‘s science and technology directorate to help build a tool for DHS to search multiple websites at once. Raytheon BBN Technologies will develop online search technology as part of DHS’ Privacy Preserving Federated Search and Sharing initiative, the department said Tuesday. DHS …

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DHS Tests Timing Tool for Financial Transactions at NYSE; Reginald Brothers Comments

The Department of Homeland Security's science and technology directorate has demonstrated at the New York Stock Exchange a system that works to complement GPS tools that provide users timing information for financial transactions. DHS said Wednesday the Enhanced Loran or eLoran is a low-frequency radio navigation signal that ground-based stations broadcast to …

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DHS S&T Awards OTS Contract to Pulzze Systems for Internet of Things Security

The Department of Homeland Security‘s science and technology directorate has awarded the first Innovation Other Transaction Solicitation contract worth $200,000 to California-based small business Pulzze Systems to help secure the Internet of Things. The OTS award requires optimization of situational awareness and security of the Internet of Things, including the 16 critical infrastructure sectors …

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Adventium Enterprises Awarded Contract for DHS Medical Device Security Contract

Minnesota-based Adventium Enterprises will work to upgrade the security of medical devices under a $2.2 million contract as part of the Department of Homeland Security science and technology directorate’s Intrinsically Secure, Open, and Safe Control of Essential LayErS project. DHS said Tuesday the project aims to protect medical devices from cyber threats. “Many medical …

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DHS Picks HRL University of Michigan for Automotive Cybersecurity Research; Reginald Brothers Comments

HRL Laboratories and the University of Michigan have received contracts from the Department of Homeland Security respectively worth $2.5 million and $1.2 million to develop cybersecurity tools for government- and privately-owned vehicles. The HRL team led by David Payton will develop a physical disturbance detection system in order to raise an …

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