Updates

Homeland Security Establishes Its First Government "Think Tank"

This will be the Department's first Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC). The Institute will provide independent analysis on a variety of issues related to securing the homeland.

U.S. Department of Homeland Security Announces Development of the Homeland Secure Data Network

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security today announced a contract to initiate the implementation of the Homeland Secure Data Network (HSDN).

RAE Systems Launches EntryRAE, Creating New Standard for Confined Space Entry Hazardous Gas Detection

Comprehensive combustibles detection and broad spectrum toxicity protectionin one affordable monitor

Response Biomedical: Message from the President

reports substantive progress toward commercializing RAMP as one of the world's leading immunoassay platforms that provides full lab quality information in minutes

Cepheid Receives Export License for Biothreat Detection Assay And GeneXpert(R) System

to market its state-of-the-art technology for biothreat use to specific government agencies in the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Belgium and Switzerland.

Idaho Technology Inc. awarded $11,021,639 increment

as part of a $58,704,688 firm-fixed-price/cost-plus-incentive-fee contract for the Joint Biological Agent Identification and Diagnostics System

Markland Awarded Patent for New Gas Plasma Antenna Technology Designed for Homeland Security and Military Applications

Plasma Antenna has potential to Revolutionalize Antenna Technology

Smiths Group acquiring SensIR Technologies LLC

buys US hazardous material detection specialist for $75m

Investing in Homeland Defense and Security: Conference Proceedings Online

12 corporate executives and 4 guest speakers addressed 100 stock analysts, investment bankers and journalists

Department of Homeland Security Selects Contractors for New Biological Detection Systems

"These awards dramatically enhance our efforts to meet some of Homeland Security's most immediate technology needs, defending against biological and chemical threats" said Dr. Charles E. McQueary, Under Secretary, Science and Technology.