DHS Releases Topics for Next SBIR Pre-Solicitation
Friday, November 13, 2020 | Comments

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released 12 topics for the new Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) 21.1 Pre-solicitation. During the pre-solicitation period, small businesses can review topics and ask technical questions regarding the topic areas.

“This year’s DHS SBIR topics span a broad range of homeland security needs that require innovative solutions to solve some of our toughest challenges,” said William N. Bryan, senior official performing the duties of the DHS under secretary for science and technology. “The SBIR Program is an excellent pathway for small businesses to access government funding and turn their ideas into impact.”

The planned DHS topics are:
• DHS211-001 - Non-Invasive “Breathalyzer” Detection System to Screen for Presence of Viral Respiratory Infections
• DHS211-002 - 5G & Wi-Fi 6 Coexistence for Secure Federal Networks
• DHS211-003 - Improved Curved Transparent Ceramic Structural Components
• DHS211-004 - Vehicle Infectious Diseases Protection
• DHS211-005 - Amphibious XTV for Ice Rescue
• DHS211-006 - Artificial Intelligence to Augment the 911 Telecommunicator Function
• DHS211-007 - Software Supply Chain Identification for Compiled Binary Executables
• DHS211-008 - Intelligent Document Design: Combating Industry Trends that Incentivize Weak Security
• DHS211-009 - High Throughput Non-Ionizing Screening Capability for Identifying Contraband
• DHS211-010 - Screening Sensor Technology as part of Passenger Checked Luggage
• DHS211-011 - Fieldable multiplex detection of Biothreats
• DHS211-012 - Diagnostic tools for detection of African Swine Fever (ASF) virus

Full topic descriptions for the titles listed below can be viewed here. Technical questions should be directed to the technical point of contact for each topic, listed in the 21.1 SBIR Topic Areas document. Small businesses have until 5:00 p.m. EST on December 10 to submit their questions.

The DHS SBIR program, administered by the DHS Science and Technology Directorate (S&T), is a competitive contract awards program aimed at increasing the participation of innovative and creative U.S. small businesses in federal research and development initiatives and to increase private sector commercialization of SBIR-funded solutions.

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