buys US hazardous material detection specialist for $75m
12 corporate executives and 4 guest speakers addressed 100 stock analysts, investment bankers and journalists
Homeland Security announced that it will begin processing visitors traveling under the VWP in US-VISIT beginning by September 30, 2004, at air and sea ports of entry.
"These awards dramatically enhance our efforts to meet some of Homeland Security's most immediate technology needs, defending against biological and chemical threats" said Dr. Charles E. McQueary, Under Secretary, Science and Technology.
This landmark program supports the priority mission of Homeland Security agencies to detect and deter terrorist activities and cross-border illegal trafficking of people and drugs.
Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge announced a Homeland Security Funding Task Force to ensure that funds move quickly to local first responders.
Today, the Department announced additional security initiatives that aim to further reduce vulnerabilities to transit and rail systems and make commuters and transit riders more secure.
new gas mask today earned the distinction of being first device of its kind to meet new government standards covering protection from chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) agents
Universal Pump Probe for Solaris Multigas Detector Now Available
Department of Homeland Security announced that President Bush's Fiscal Year 2005 budget request includes a $274 million Bio-Surveillance Program Initiative.