ABSTRACT

Integrated Product Teams for Department of Homeland Security R&D (FY16 Report)   [open pdf - 3MB]

From the Introduction: "[T]he Secretary of Homeland Security issued a memorandum in August 2015 establishing Integrated Product Teams (IPTs) as the central mechanism by which DHS identifies and coordinates its R&D [research and development] efforts in priority mission areas. The initial IPTs focused on the following DHS missions: Aviation Security, Biological Threat, Counterterrorism, Border Security, and Cyber Security. Supporting the broader Unity of Effort Initiative, the IPTs brought together cross-component teams to align the Department's R&D investments with priority technological capability gaps. [...] The FY16 IPTs identified technological capability gaps to gain a better understanding of current and emerging R&D needs. The IPTs then identified R&D efforts to develop solutions that address the most critical gaps to support the security and resilience of the Nation."

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2016-10-03?
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Department of Homeland Security: https://www.dhs.gov/
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