DHS Announces New 23.1 Small Business Innovation Research Advance Request | So Good News
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program has released seven topics for the new SBIR 23.1 pre-solicitation. At this stage, the small business can review the topics and ask technical questions clarifying the topic requirements.
“The SBIR program gives small businesses, including those that have never partnered with us before, the opportunity to work with DHS and make a real-world impact by solving some of the most pressing issues related to homeland security,” said Dusty Lang, DHS SBIR Director. “These seven topics cover a wide range of industries, and we look forward to seeing what new solutions these innovators will create.”
Complete subject descriptions for the subjects listed below are available at SAM.gov. Technical questions should be directed to the technical point of contact for each topic identified in the SBIR Topic Areas Document 23.1. Small business representatives should submit their questions by 17:00 on December 15, 2022.
23.1 DHS Topics in SBIR Pre-Request:
- DHS231-001 – Accurate and real-time detection of cyber attacks using hardware tools
- DHS231-002 – Assist inspectors with air cargo manifest analysis
- DHS231-003 – First responder credentials
- DHS231-004 – Integration of alarm resolution sensors based on machine learning
- DHS231-005 – Critical Services Server-to-server communication, voice communication, 3GPP-standards
- DHS231-006 – Reduced custom modeling of critical infrastructure protection surfaces
- DHS231-007 – Theoretical classification techniques that allow identification of predicted signatures
Deconstructing Innovative Research and Development Small Businesses SBIR Enrollment Recommended: 23.1 “Who Got the Job?” Request. webinar Tuesday, December 13, 2022 at 2:00 PM ET. In this live broadcast, the DHS SBIR Director will discuss upcoming applications, program participation requirements, and how technologies developed through SBIR can support DHS’ component technology needs. The audience will have an opportunity to ask questions about SBIR and the 23.1 pre-solicitation.
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