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DHS Opens Funding Opportunity on Critical Infrastructure and Resilience Center Project

DHS - ExecutiveMosaicThe Department of Homeland Security has released a new funding guarantee for applicants to help develop a new critical infrastructure and resilience center of excellence.

DHS’ office of university programs within the science and technology directorate announced a funding opportunity Sunday for private, public and state-owned institutions of higher education.

The department is accepting electronic applications until Sept. 23.

DHS intends to develop systems as outlined in the FOA with cross-sector organizations, industries, businesses, international groups and public organizations.

DHS aims for the critical infrastructure and resilience center to apply resources in developing research, education and technology transition programs.

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