Homeland Security Seeks SBIR Proposals
December 17th, 2014 by Rebecca Todd
The Department of Homeland Security recently issued its FY 2015.1 SBIR solicitation containing nine topics of potential interest to research-based small businesses.
The two participating entities include the Science and Technology Directorate and the Domestic Nuclear Detection Office. Proposals will be accepted starting Dec. 18 and closing on Jan. 21.
S&T research topics include the following:
- DNA and Latent Fingerprint Collection from Same Sample
- Low-Cost, Disposable, Tamper-Proof Bolt Seal
- Enhanced Distributed Denial of Service Defense
- Privacy Protecting Analytics for the Internet of Things
- A Wearable Communications Hub Designed to Streamline and Improve First Responder Communication Capabilities
- Total Vehicle Mobile X-Ray Scanner and
- Canine Mounted Track and Transmit Device.
DNDO topics include the following:
- Mass/Shielding Anomaly Passive Detector Module
- Stable Semiconductor Modules as Core Component in Pager Radiation Detectors
Arkansas-based companies in need of SBIR proposal development assistance are encouraged to contact Rebecca Norman at 501.683.7700 or email@example.com.