The Department of Homeland SecurityÂ has put out a broad agency announcement for standoff trace detection solutions, with a presolicitation conference slated for July 31.
The briefing will focus on early warning threat detection technology under the agencyâs VehicleÂ Eye-Safe Trace project, for deployment ahead of vehicle checkpoints in federal buildings, DHS said Thursday.
The attendees sought include multidisciplinary research groups, equipment and component manufacturers, national labs, and algorithm innovators able to demonstrate proof of concept.
The half-day event will be held at the Wilbur J. Cohen Building on Independence Avenue in Washington, D.C.
Questions and comments about the draft BAA will only be entertained until July 27, while the deadline for registration is set for July 24.