Please join the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T)
Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program on Tuesday, December 13 at 2 p.m. ET
for their Deconstructing SBIR: 23.1 Solicitation “Who Understood the Assignment?”
webinar. The DHS SBIR Program wants to talk to small business innovators about our 23.1
Solicitation and how you can take advantage of their latest funding opportunity.
Deconstructing SBIR: Who Understood the Assignment? Webinar Agenda
- Opening Remarks and Program Introduction – Dusty Lang, SBIR
- Fireside Chat with DHS SBIR Director Dusty Lang and Sarah Todd,
Acquisition, Policy, and Legislation Executive
Director for DHS’s Office of the Chief Procurement Officer
- Review of the 23.1 Solicitation, eligibility and proposal requirements, and
the proposal process – Dusty Lang, SBIR Program Director
DHS uses the SBIR program to fund the development of innovative solutions to help address
homeland security needs. SBIR is an excellent opportunity for agile, innovative small businesses
to support and advance homeland security, without the need for previous federal contracting
experience or knowledge. If you are a small business, women-wned small business, or
disadvantaged small business find out how you can work with us.
For more information about the DHS S&T SBIR Program, visit the program portal at
https://oip.dhs.gov/sbir/public or email STSBIR.Program@hq.dhs.gov.
You can also learn more about SBIR from DHS’s Deconstructing SBIR Web Series and access their videos HERE