DHS Security Tech Innovation Program Means Big Money for SMBs

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is operating a yearly program through which it accepts proposals from U.S. small businesses who want to provide their expertise to help the government’s security technology research and development efforts.

If the “government” part didn’t already hint at it, businesses who get accepted in the program and get granted one of the federal R&D awards on the table will also take a cut out of the budget controlled by the agency which awards these R&D contracts.

And this means big payouts for small businesses which have the expertise required to provide technology, products, or services needed to stimulate the U.S. economy.

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Source: Bleeping Computer