New DHS Mobile App Development Guide

DHS recently published a guide for those developing mobile apps for first responders. Check it out here.

DHS First Responder Mobile App Developement Guide

IDCE #DisasterTech Hackathon

We're proud to support the upcoming IDCE #DisasterTech hackathon, where participants will work together to develop open, platform-agnostic solutions with input from experts directly involved in disaster preparedness, response, and recovery. Read more.

Join the National Conversation!

DHS S&T has launched a national effort to reinvent research and development through its new project, the National Conversation on Homeland Security Technology.

Read more about how you can join the conversation and take part in this exciting initiative.

National Conversation

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March 2015

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#CAUSE3 Twitter Chat on 1/30

On Friday, 1/30 at 1:30pm ET join DHS S&T and Canada's DRDC for a twitter chat to learn more about the results of CAUSE III. The chat will focus on digital volunteers and social media used in the experiment. Check out the hashtag #STTechTalk to join the conversation.

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